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A Note about Amphicar pricing;

Yes, there have been 2 Amphicars that recently sold for crazy money at a televised, well hyped auction. This is an anomaly only, purchased by wealthy folk who are willing & (more importantly) able to spend more than the car's actual value, and this is not indicative of real world prices that you should expect to pay or receive for your Amphicar. If you were to see these prices paid in at least 3+ different sales (not just televised auctions), then and only then should it be considered to be indicative of a potential value. - Webmaster and Amphicar restorer

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1965 Amphicar

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This Amphicar has 15,800 miles and is all original except the steel quarter panels. Both paint and interior are

original factory, all in like-new condition.  I have owned this car for 40+years.  It drives and swims with

all options and parts working.  The sale will include a NOS factory transmission, factory drive shafts, factory propellers,

and misc NOS parts.  She is a real BEAUTY!

VIN #103297, located in SE Michigan

Asking $65,000 USD





[posted 5/12/2015]


1965 (white) & 1967 (red) Amphicars


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1964 in fine condition -- all original Amphi parts -- some chrome chipping -- one dent in rear -- Asking $45,000

1967 in good condition -- engine and transmission in good condition -- needs some trim and paint touch up -- Asking $35,000

Kelly Gray




[posted 4/27/2015]

1968 Amphicar

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  I am the second owner of this 1968 Amphicar which undergone a complete detailed nut and bolt,
rotisserie restoration. It was a complete, original paint car with minor rust and retains all of the
original steel panels. I have dozens of pictures of the entire process. Everything was either restored, rebuilt or
replaced with NOS or high quality remanufactured parts when necessary. The car was built as close to original as
possible although it does have electronic ignition.  The car is located 30 min east of Toronto, Ontario Canada. Feel
free to call or email for more information 



Asking $65,000 USD


Pat Bolahood 



[posted 4/02/2015]

1965 Amphicar

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Welcome aboard and take a ride in this rare and beautifully restored, low mileage, 1965 Amphicar 770 convertible!
The meticulously completed four year restoration makes it one of, if not the finest, Amphicars remaining in
the US. It runs, drives & cruises on the water perfectly with NO water leakage. Less than 138 miles have
been added since the restoration that included an engine rebuild (polished crank shaft, valves, rings, gaskets, etc),
transmission with new seals and gaskets, new brake lines and master cylinder.  All U joints, seals and wheel bearings
were replaced.  She also includes new propeller shafts and propellers in undamaged housing tunnels (which are rare to find)
and a new convertible top.

The car features a 4 speed synchronized transmission, new tires, am/fm radio, marine navigation lights, forward/reverse
water transmission, spare tire, paddles, maintenance manual, a special tools manual, and owners manual. I have 17 other pictures
and a video available.  E-mail me a request and I can send these as well as answer any questions you might have.
The car is located in Denison, Texas.

Price: $79,900

Jim Reed



[posted 4/02/2015]

1964 Amphicar

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1964 totally restored approximately 5 years ago with NOS (new, old stock) parts.

Excellent condition. Runs and swims perfectly. Vin#101768





Jim Hall

15849 Redington Drive

Redington beach, Fl. 33708




[posted 6/25/2013]


1962 Custom Amphicar Project

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Rebuilt with 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

Gord Souter



[posted 4/2/2013]









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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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