The Amphicar isn’t often posted on the pages of DailyTurismo — in fact, we’ve only featured two examples of the amphibious wackadoodle in the past 8 years of brining the best junk for sale on the web. I don’t have anything against floating cars, and it is mostly because they are so blooming expensive — however, today’s example is rusty, crusty, and CHEAP! Find this 1964 Amphicar Model 770 offered for $7,500 in Port Charlotte, FL via craigslist. Tip from Dascpcu.
This next car is just above the self imposed DT price limit of $20k, but the typical selling price for an Amphicar is somewhere above $45k if you put any faith in Bringatrailers auction data or active Hemmings.com listings. Prices are high for a car that can barely achieve freeway speeds, but number of Amphicars […]
We posted a Dutton the other day…but it was from the early days when Dutton built kit cars and before it was sued by Ford for using the Sierra name…and this next car dates from a time when Dutton stopped making street cars (after a run of almost 8000 kit cars…not bad for a botique […]
US President Lyndon Baines Johnson was a proud Amphicar owner and would drive at high speeds down hills in his Texas ranch screaming to his terrified passengers that the brakes had failed. The Amphicar would splash into a small lake and LBJ would erupt into fits of laughter as his passengers soiled themselves. We can’t […]