It's an age old question: what happens when a Cirrus SR22 light aircraft and a 1999 Chevy Tracker are combined? Here we have the answer.
The reserve was not met on this auction, but the phone number of the seller is available as long as eBay keeps the listing around; so a deal can be made!
With 120K miles on the odometer, the Tracker should have a lot of life left; but we don't know how many hours that represents.
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Cumming, GA, USA
Ended unsold at $2,425 with 22 bids
Is this what you pictured?
Overhead shot. Very creative.
From this angle, this looks like a one seater.
But...there is indeed a rear bench! The seller suggests this could be a wedding limo, but I don't see how a girl in a poofy dress would get into this.
One of a kind Plane Car.
This is a one of a kind vehicle that took a lot of planning and design. This is a combination 1999 Chevrolet Tracker and a 2003 Cirrus SR22 aircraft. The aircraft section has an overhead ripcord for the pilot to use that deploys a giant parachute in case of engine failure. It also has a functional propeller which spins as the planecar drives forward and sits on ball bearings. The plane car has cold a/c and warm heat for the winter, and a baggage compartment which can also be considered a trunk. It has a great stereo sound system, and completely street legal and passed emissions. This planecar is all over the internet and Youtube. It creates a lot of excitement wherever it goes, and will win any car show possible. It would be a great advertising vehicle for a business and or used as a limousine for weddings or birthdays, etc.
You can see it at ("The incredible $10,000 Plane Car" on YouTube https://youtu.be/mUkDowTrip4)
Also look at how this planecar made the front page of a UK newspaper online ( http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3293449/Quirky-car-designer-converts-light-plane-road-legal-vehicle-drives-son-school-in.html)
I'm more then sure you have questions about this ultimate one of a kind driving machine, so call me anytime at 678-xxx-xxxx Mark.