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Thursday, June 2, 2016

From an abandoned aircraft transformed into a street-legal car

Jeff Bloch can not stand watching an abandoned airplane piled near his home. Together with his friend, he changed a former Cessna plane into a car that is ready for action on the streets.

As quoted from Geeko System on Tuesday, May 28, 2016, the man who worked as a police officer along with his two friends to modify a former Cessna aircraft into a car named Spirit of LeMons and could be ridden on the streets legally.
Spirit of LeMons, an aircraft without wings transformed into a street-legal car. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ajFey)
To be used on the street, he pinning a Toyota Van engine. The modified plane-car can run at a top speed of 70 mph or 113 km/h. To test this modified plane-car, then Bloch registering The Spirit of LeMons to participated on the 24 Hours of Lemons, is an endurance competition event for junk cars, aka a parodi event to the 24 Hours of LeMans.
Left side view of Spirit of LeMons. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ajG3E)
On those event, Bloch and his plane-car won the title. "I do not intend to be at the race track, and I think this is not really cool and the best," said Bloch.

More recently, Bloch made his Spirit of LeMons could run on the public streets legally. Then Bloch pinned a standard features on the car, such as the headlights, turn signal lights, brake lights, and even insured.
Bloch says as told to Barcroft TV on YouTube, the biggest problem now is that he’s concerned about drawing focus from other drivers who should be focusing on the road, not his plane-car or the fact that it should really have been a car or plane. (Wanna see another Jeff Bloch car creations). *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GEEKOSYSTEM]
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