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Paul M. Lewis designed a three-wheel Airomobile in the 1930s. This vehicle was not successful, bet he kept the idea alive. In the late 1960s, he built this Fascination Prototype and started the Highway Aircraft Corporation in Sidney, Nebraska. Five car were built before the company collapsed. All five vehicles survive today.
The Fascination prototype was built in Denver. It originally had an airplane propeller in the rear, but one failed during a demonstration. Propellers were abandoned and a Volkswagon engine was installed.