Schultz author of book about flying cars, "A Drive in the Clouds"

SEATTLE, July 19, 2011--Seattle aviation writer Jake Schultz, will be signing his book, "A Drive in the Clouds - The Story of the Aerocar," in the Museum lobby on July 23 from noon to 4 p.m. Schultz's book celebrates the passion and dedication of Molt Taylor - the determined designer of a flying automobile named the Aerocar. The book follows Taylor's project from its concept through full certification, seeing its rising fame as it is featured in more than 500 articles and on television classics such as "I've Got a Secret" and "What's My Line?" A rare, Taylor Aerocar III is one of the most popular exhibits at The Museum of Flight. The book signing is free.


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