1965 Amphicar for Sale

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The automotive world is constantly releasing unusual creations that come to charm their users by offering interesting assets. One of the automotive breeds that has always fascinated the public is represented by amphibian vehicles.

We are here today to present you a car that combines this asset with a true classic status, offering a package that can certainly be categorized as “ultra-rare” in the contemporary automotive landscape.

The vehicle you see here is a 1965 Amphicar (boar car) that has receive a throughout restoration. Before we start the story of this particular exmaple, we have to mention that the Amphicars came to the world via Western Germany. The vehicle also offers a high level of exclusivity, as only 3,000 units were ever produced, out of which 2,400 were shipped to the U.S.

The vehicle was fully stripped before the restoration process began in 1999. The engine and the transmission were also taken care of, receiving new bearings and seals. The exterior was dressed in the original color. The list of new elements includes the tires, interior and convertible top.

The vehicle is currently for sale, being offered for a price of $45,000. Here is the “commercial” description of the car: ”The car has always been in a heated garage, and never driven in rain or snow. Prior to restoration, the car was a very good swimmer. Since restoration, the car has been driven about 100 miles per year, never in water.”

What can we say? You never know when you want to go for a swim. If you are planning to, you can get more details here.
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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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