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This car has previously been restored and is in overall
good shape. It is just starting to show some minor rust in the rear
quarters. It was last run two years ago on a lake in New Hampshire. We also have a second Amphicar that is missing the
motor, transmission and rear end. It has some rust and cosmetic issues , but is mostly complete. These cars can be
sold as a package or separately. Both cars will be sold with a NH Bill of Sale only.
The restored car is located in Massachusetts and the parts car is located in New Hampshire.
We are asking $65,000 obo for the package, but as noted, will separate.
It breaks my heart to sell my Amphicar. I'm the Duck Boat Captain in Boston and have had my Amphicar since 1999.
My Amphi was not restored to become a trailer queen and sit behind a velvet rope, but was restored to USE and have fun with.
She features many improvements such as a real canvas top (unlike the vinyl crap one that rots and cracks in a couple of years). I also replaced the useless generator with a positive ground alternator (so the gauges still work). The Club recommended steering modification for safety has been installed. The interior is custom in a coral with white piping (instead of the baby-poop mustard color that was original). More includes a new chrome bumper, new clutch, nice paint and much more. She runs and swims great, and commands attention where ever she goes!
There are more photo's on my Facebook page.
(some show her with a two-tone coral/green paint job, but she was returned to her original Amphicar green since.)
1964 totally restored approximately 5 years ago with NOS (new, old stock) parts.
Excellent condition. Runs and swims perfectly. Vin#101768
15849 Redington Drive
Redington beach, Fl. 33708
1962 Custom Amphicar Project
90% fibreglass body and original running gear.
Presently in primer and rolling. Can be finished by summer or sold at any
state of restoration. More Pictures can be seen at the "Amphicar 770 Forum" web site.
$25,000 - 45,000.00 Depending on how far
you want me to restore it. Can be painted any color.
Car is located in Orillia, Ontario, Canada.
Also, I have a white '67 Fully restored Amphicar for sale. (It's in Florida): $70,000
HOW TO PLACE AN AD
Amphicar-related ads for Members (including member businesses) of the International Amphicar Owners Club are absolutely free and will also run in the bi-monthly Club Newsletter, which is mailed to over 300 Club members worldwide, many of whom may not have home access to the Internet. Club Members can place an ad by simply emailing it to the Club Prez. Feel free to attach a few scanned photos of the car or other item or service being sold. To place an ad by email, please click here (Members Only PLEASE...and yes, we do know who we are). To join the Club, please click here.
Non-members can place an ad here and in the Club Newsletter for only $10. Please contact the Club President for details.
To appear in the forthcoming Newsletter issue, your ad must be received by 15th of the month prior to the Newsletter being published. Newsletters are published periodically.
All ads for cars must include a price and you must also provide the VIN (not required not be listed in the ad, if requested) for the registry, and no car or other singular item put up for sale here may be the object of a concurrent online auction such as eBay.
The Legal Fine Print: The International Amphicar Owners Club (hereinafter known as "The Club") accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of the descriptions, representations or prices given in these advertisements. Buyers and sellers do so at their own risk.
TIPS FOR PROSPECTIVE WEB TOED MOTORISTS
Other popular places for buying and selling Amphicars, Amphicar parts, collectibles and whatnots are eBay™ and Hemmings Motor News.
You should also be aware that even though you may have seen a few cars advertised for boat-loads of cash, it DOES NOT mean they are getting that price! We have seen those overpriced cars too, and they rarely (if ever) sell at even close to that price. Do your homework by asking a club member or restoration expert what they believe the car may be worth. It could save you that proverbial boat-load of cash you will need to restore it.
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Last updated February 15, 2015