Official website of the IAOC


Over the years it has taken many people hundreds of volunteer hours in the development of this website.  At the risk of missing someone very important we cannot properly attempt to individually identify each of those responsible, but thank you all!  Please visit THIS LINK for a selective look back through the development of

Amphicar’s 50th anniversary is upon us!  Click HERE to see the Preliminary Registration form and the opportunity to win prizes — as of February 20, 45 have pre-registered!

NOW AVAILABLE:  the Official Schedule of Events, the Official Registration/Participation Form (w/ t-shirt order form) & Information Sheet with Order Form for Special 2018 Amphicar Hawaiian Shirts!


Meanwhile, enjoy:

See the December 2017 issue of ‘Wheels-n-Waves’ here first, posted in the Member Only Area.
[Page 2 of the December 2017 W-n-W (#178 or later) received in the mail has new log-in info]

Great photos & commentary from the 2017 Port Clinton Swim-in

The few that attended 1,000 Islands 2017 had a SPECTACULAR outing!  HERE are the pictures to prove it!! featured an Amphicar article mid-August 2017

Photos, video & highlights from another GREAT swim-in: Thousand Island, Alexandria Bay, NY.  Thanks Lori & Gerry!

Club President Jim Golomb is featured in this Wall Street Journal article: It’s a Car! No. It’s a Boat! No. It’s Both!

Several are sold, but there are more Amphicars “4-Sail” as well as great Parts and Accessories!

Excellent Amphicar article from ‘Gizmag’, January 3, 2015 — A must read!!

From the 8/24 Wall Street Journal  “An Amphibious Car Refuses to Sink into Oblivion(local version hosted here) at the Ortakales’ New Hampshire Swim-in!  LINK to original WSJ article


NON-MEMBERS: Take a special look at these samples  of our fantastic newsletter ‘Wheels-n-Waves’, posted here and mailed semi-monthly, normally available only in the Member’s Only Area, but only if you JOIN!


For timely Amphicar information & active conversation, visit Mike Israel’s Amphicar 770 Forum

(Click on photo for  3:40 video)

Dr. Steve Filardo bought this car when one of the main bridges in Louisville went out.  He says it was a perfect excuse to buy a car wanted
since a kid and make it tax deductible to boot!  When the bridge went back in service it was sidelined for a complete mechanical restoration which is almost complete


Website Last Updated: 2/20/2018