This isn't just any old rusty antique of a car. It's the oldest-dated flying car, and comes with the blueprints, 1921 patent and documents charting inventor Frank Skroback's creation. Here's the catch though: it doesn't fly.
This Saturday it'll go up for auction at Red Baron's Antiques in Atlanta, where you can take a stab at buying yourself a slice of aeronautical history (though there's no word on whether it appears in Popular Science's flying car back catalogue), courtesy of crazy uncle Frank Skroback's laboratory. [Red Baron's Antiques via Wired via DVICE]