Waterman Aerobile #6
In 1934 the Bureau of Air Commerce recognized the Waterman Arrowplane as one of the two award-winning designs for its flivver (light, easy to fly and affordable) aircraft competition. Waldo Waterman's improved Arrowplane, the Aerobile #6 fulfilled his dream of designing a tailless roadable airplane. It was a two place, high-wing cabin monoplane. It received an FAA certification in experimental category in 1957 but no market materialized. Gift of Waldo Waterman to the Smithsonian.