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The Skyblazer

Aviation entrepreneur Robin Haynes, based near Sacramento, Calif., has designed his flying car to be entirely enclosed when driving on the road (the wings get tucked into the body to minimize drag). Haynes, who started working on his Skyblazer about 20 years ago, needs about $5 million to build his flying concept car.

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