South Carolina cop and crew build a street legal driving plane.
Flying cars have been on the minds of men and nerds alike for well over the better part of the last century. As Autoblog first points out, one South Carolina-based cop named Jeff Bloch who likes to refer to himself as "Speedycop", decided to take his vision one step further by merging the body of a 1956 Cessna 310 with a Toyota minivan chassis. Originally called the "Cessnoyota", it was built to compete in the 24 Hours of LeMons race in South Carolina.
After completing the race, Speedycop and his Gang of Outlaws set on making this non-flying bird road legal, no doubt tempting every other cop that sees it on the road to pull it over. Be sure to check out the video below covering the creation of the vehicle and the South Carolina LeMons.