The span of the upper wing of the Curtiss Autoplane was 40' 6" and the aircraft length was 27 feet. The vehicle was aluminum-bodied and had twin-boom tails, along with small canard wings on the front of the car. The motor under a car hood used a shaft and belts to drive a four-bladed prop at the rear of the cab. Photos shown here have been made available to Roadable Times through the courtesy of K. O. Eckland / Aerofiles.com.
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