The Agusta A.104 Helicar was an Italian prototype light helicopter flown in December 1960. It was a slightly enlarged version of the A.103 and added a second seat beside the pilot's seat. The cockpit was enclosed by a perspex bubble with the engine at the rear and the tail rotor carried on an enclosed boom. Two piston-engined prototyes were built followed by a single example of a turbine-engined variant designated A.104BT. No production resulted.
Made by Agusta.