Airscoot was an American automobile brand which was only built in 1947 by Aircraft Products in Wichita (Kansas).
The Airscoot was a folding, two-seat, open-top car, which was powered by an air-cooled single cylinder engine ( 1.9 kW) developed 2.6 bhp power. The tank took only about 1.25 liters of petrol. The whole car was only 940 mm long and weighed only 72 kg.
The car should be taken in private aircraft and serve on the way to and from the airport. In the year of its appearance it disappeared from the market.
- John Gunnell: Standard Catalog of American Cars 1946-1975. Krause Publications, Inc. Iola, Wisconsin ( 2002). ISBN 0-87349-461 -X
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