This was the talk of the town in 1961. Don W. Burden (owner of Kisn) heard about a plane manufacture in Longview Washington that had developed a "flying car"....Burden who was the master of promotion thought this would get a buzz to use as the traffic plane from the air & ground. This invention could go 60 miles per hour on the road and have a top air speed of 110 miles per hour in the air. Only six were built and sold, one to Burden. In Portland the pilot was "Scotty Wright" who flew 350 hours in the aero car. The actor Bob Cummings was another buyer! When Burden found out that three had crashed, he was finished with it for good. I spoke to Mary (who worked at Kisn during the hey-days) who actually flew in the contraption. She said the peddles were stuck and would not retract back. She thought her number was up flying in the aero car! Burden should of kept his aero car...in 2006 it sold to a collector for 3.5 million.