- Written by webmin
From coconv on the Hemmings Nation Flickr pool this week, an interesting piece of literature from Paul Lewis‘s Highway Aircraft Corporation of Sidney, Nebraska, the company behind the incredibly odd, but real, 1974 Fascination. Specifically, the document details Highway Aircraft’s sales plan, which seems to have been carefully tailored to avoid getting into any Preston Tucker-like problems with the feds. Not to worry, though: The thermonuclear engine never materialized, nor did the expected production run.
By the way, of the five Fascinations built, all five still exist, and three are in the possession of Keith and Eileen Carpenter of Parker, Colorado, who exhibited the prototype at Amelia Island last March and the second car at Hershey last October.