I have heard the stories about my Uncle Clark driving a 49 Ford convertible while his friend landed an airplane on it since I was knee high to a grasshopper. I visited my cousin yesterday( Clark's son) and I asked him about this tale. As a back story, my Uncle was born in 1916 and got his first Model T when he was 12. He was a die hard Ford man all his life and was head mechanic at the Ford garage until 1950 when he opened his own garage, Sohio station, used car lot and wrecker service. He also had his own airplane and a sweet Harley for years. My cousin Gary (now 81) says he was about 9 when his Dad's buddy, a former Army Air Force flyer in WWII, was telling Clark about his plan to land his airplane on a specially rigged convertible but he couldn't find any one with the stones to drive the car. They discussed it over a bottle of whiskey and uncle said he would drive the car. After a few practice runs they booked county fairs and air shows around Ohio and neighboring states. Gary didn't remember how long they preformed or what ever happened the the Ford or the airplane but he dug up these pictures. Sorry for the crummy quality of the pictures but they are copies of copies.