landshark

Discussion in 'General Amphicar Discussion' started by bafield@kos.net>, Nov 24, 2000.

  1. bafield@kos.net>
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    I'd be interested in David Chapman's comments regarding the Landshark.
    I was also interested in David's hints re storage where he suggests you set
    dehumidifier to keep relative humidity below 70 percent. This sure tells us
    that it is WET in the UK. In the northeast and central parts of USA & Canada
    it is a struggle to bring the humidity UP to 50% in the cold winter weather.
    I've heard it gets chilly in Wisconsin too!!!
    I'm spending the winter in Vancouver (where it rains all winter and
    dehumidification may be required) and am interested in hearing from any
    local, wet coast(pun intended) Amphicar afficionados. Dave Field
     
  2. David Chapman
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    Landshark is a great idea but it's very early stages - pre prototype - As
    far as
    I know there is no financial backing for it, the technical design hasn't
    been sorted and I'm not sure how much work has been done on marketing etc.

    David Chapman in the wet-wet-wet UK

    86% humidity outside at the moment and it's been at least 80% all week, it's
    not the humidity meter - when I bought it in Chicago in July and it was
    reading about 45% !

    > I'd be interested in David Chapman's comments regarding the Landshark.
    > I was also interested in David's hints re storage where he suggests you
    set
    > dehumidifier to keep relative humidity below 70 percent. This sure tells
    us
    > that it is WET in the UK. In the northeast and central parts of USA &
    Canada
    > it is a struggle to bring the humidity UP to 50% in the cold winter
    weather.
     

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