The pusher twin is an Avtek 400A a proof of concept that never made to type certification before bankruptcy. Futuristic design earned it a guest appearance on the Airwolf TV series as the X-400, The company's assets were purchased and It's development led to the AvtekAir 9000T ( I like pushers like I like ducteds)
You are right of course, kasper. Henry Ford said the Model T was every man's car, and the Flivver would be every man's aircraft. The idea was first proposed to William Bushnell Stout, manager of Ford's acquired aircraft division in 1926. Both Stout and William Benson Mayo, head of Ford's Aircraft Division wanted nothing to do with the aircraft and it was built in a nearby museum building in the Ford Laboratories.
After a fatal crash of a prototype into the ocean off Melbourne, Florida, production plans were halted.
This one took longer to answer than I expected. If you check back at the photo, note the full span ailerons.