<h2>Moller M400 Skycar</h2> <br> Price tag: ?<br> The point of having vast coffers o’ cash, as any filthy-rich person will tell you, is to pay your way out of the mundane hassles that afflict the hoi polloi: traffic jams, military service, child rearing, flossing. Regrettably, <a href="http://www.moller.com/ourteam.htm" target="_blank">aeronautics expert Paul Moller</a> can’t help with flossing, but traffic jams he’s got covered. <br> Since 1962, Moller, a professor at the University of California, Davis, has been experimenting with fixed-wing planes that can take off and land vertically--the perfect profile for the fabled flying car. The latest incarnation, <a href="http://www.moller.com/skycar.htm" target="_blank">the M400 Skycar</a>, can carry four passengers as fast as 375 mph while cruising along at 13,200 feet. As the Moller site says: “No traffic, no red lights, no speeding tickets.” Also, one hopes, no midair collisions, no terrifying plummets to a fiery death. <br> The site calls the M400 “personally affordable,” but it doesn’t quote a price. We all know what that means: If you have to ask, you can't afford it. But you don't have to ask, do you?