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AddIn Detail: EAA AirVenture

The Experimental Aircraft Association began sixty years ago as a flying club. "Because the planes we flew were modified or built from scratch, they were required to display an 'expirimental' placard where it could be seen on the door or cockpit," explains founder Paul Poberezny on the association's website. From that small group of individuals, the EAA has now grown to over 175,000 members and 1,000 branches internationally.

6TRANSLOGIC 136: EAA AirVenture

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28Is this the world's first flying car drive-in?

Once upon a time ice cream was delivered in trucks to happy buyers. Then the people drove to the ice cream shop with curbside service. But back in those wonder years, the dream was that one day we'd zip over to the soda fountain in flying cars.

30Ford shows off AV-X10 'Dearborn Doll' Mustang built for EAA Gathering of Eagles

2010 Ford Mustang AV-X10 "Dearborn Doll" one-off - Click above for image gallery

31One-off Ford Mustang AV8R to be auctioned for charity

Click above for a hi-res gallery of the Mustang AV8R

AddElectric drag racers open season next Friday

The Battery Beach Burnout is on for next weekend at Moroso Motorsports Park in West Palm Beach, Florida. The event is the season opener for the National Electric Drag Racing Association and is sponsored by Vectrix scooters. Drag racing starts Friday evening, and the schedule includes autocross, scootercross and EV show 'n shine. Sunday wraps up the event with an Electric Auto Association conference hosted by the Florida EAA chapter.

13Shelby GT-H flies off the block for $250K

Well, it looks like the market's been set for the Shelby GT-H.

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