1985 Tritan A2 Aero Car
Offered by Bonhams | Tupelo, Mississippi | April 27, 2019
Yes, it has wheels. No, it doesn’t have a propeller out back. Though it may look like the lovechild of an airboat and the DeltaWing, the Tritan A2 was actually a three-wheeler built by Tritan Ventures of Ann Arbor, Michigan in the mid-1980s.
Power is from a rear-mounted, 30 horsepower 440cc rotary engine (of course it is). It is technically classified as a motorcycle and can achieve 80 mpg. This was the original Domino’s DXP, that weird Chevy Spark-based car they built for themselves and self-branded.
That’s right, Domino’s Pizza ordered 10 of these things to deliver pizzas. Because it was 1985, it makes total sense. I’m a little blown away that they weren’t featured in Back to the Future, with its hovercraft-like looks. (Also, it says “Free Delivery” on the side – WTF happened to that Domino’s!?). This one should bring between $10,000-$15,000. Click here for more info and here for more from this sale.
Update: Sold $44,800.