I diss agree from a true purist

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David Derer

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This is by no means meant as a diss on Peter, but his email
got me to

thinking....
<div class="ygrp-content"><wbr>how many Amphicars truly are "restored"? Are
any of them?

Except for the few originals, wouldn't they all fall under the category


of "fixed up" or "customized"<wbr>? Mine is as stock as they come, but
even

it has a non-stock bilge pump.



Thank goodness this particular niche of the automotive universe is not

inhabited by purists!



I have lovingly restored to EXACT standards one of the rarest yellow Amphicars
ever produced. Using rare drawings (never published) and other sources, I
have been able to restore this one. As for all other Amphis bolt on any thing,
paint it any way, call it restored and sail away, and pay pay pay. Later
Dave the Wave
 
D

David Derer

Guest
<table>
This is by no means meant as a diss on Peter, but his email
got me to

thinking....
<div class="ygrp-content"><wbr>how many Amphicars truly are "restored"? Are
any of them?

Except for the few originals, wouldn't they all fall under the category


of "fixed up" or "customized"<wbr>? Mine is as stock as they come, but
even

it has a non-stock bilge pump.



Thank goodness this particular niche of the automotive universe is not

inhabited by purists!



I have lovingly restored to EXACT standards one of the rarest yellow Amphicars
ever produced. Using rare drawings (never published) and other sources, I
have been able to restore this one. As for all other Amphis bolt on any thing,
paint it any way, call it restored and sail away, and pay pay pay. Later
Dave the Wave
 

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