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One way to beat bumper-to-bumper traffic is a vintage and very rare 1954 Aerocar, offered for sale by Courtesy Aircraft in Rockford, Ill. The vehicle converts from car to airplane in about 10 minutes and tops out at 60 miles per hour on land, 110 in the sky. The asking price just shy of $1 million.
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