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1964 Amphicar MODEL 770

Up for auction is this 1964 Amphicar Model 770, in Beach Sand White with red trim, over a red and off-white interior, and a black fabric convertible top. This example is clean, with some expected patina, with only 1,981 miles on the clock. Is your automotive fleet missing that quirky addition that won’t be mistake for anything else? This may be just the thing for you. The Amphicar is the answer to the question - that may not actually have been asked, to be fair – of what vehicle can you both drive to the dock, and then right off of it and keep going. A vehicle genuinely capable of both driving on the road and in the water requires interesting compromises that aren’t easily solved. And yet, there is no denying the charm and execution of this little car/boat. First displayed at the New York auto show in 1961, the Amphicar was produced from that year until 1965, manufactured in what was then West Germany. It was designed by Hans Trippel, the same man who came up with the VW Schwimmwagen, one of the most self-explanatory names in all of automotive history. The Amphicar had a production run of 3,878 units, and still have a decently sized and very passionate enthusiast following to this day.

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