Looking to buy an Amphicar

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antique459@aol.com

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There is a 1964 Amphi for sale for 19,000 here in the Mass area. If you are
interested let me know
Keith
62 and Blue
 
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jfriese@mindspring.com

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Hello,
I'm looking for a "sand" colored 65-67 Amphicar. I would like it to
be in excellent "stock" condition. I will also need a trailer for
this beauty so, if you have one of those, I'd be interested in that
too. If one of you guys have one to sell or see one at Celina, please
contact me with the details.
Have a great time at Celina. I hope to be there next year.

Thanks,

John

jfriese@mindspring.com
 
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expwayinc@aol.com

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<font FACE="arial,helvetica"><font SIZE="2">Hi

I have what'd an Amphicar for 30 years and now is the time, But there are not
many for sale.

If you know of some for sale, let me know.

I live in central Oregon.

Also help me out on what to look for and what to ask.



Thank You Tom</font>
 
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Bill Connelly

Guest
This is in response to the posting below by Amphi-seeker Tom: Suggest you
see the Club Classifieds at http://www.amphicar.com/ads.htm , especially the
link there to Mike Israel's "Amphicar Buyers FAQ". There are normally at
least one or two Amphicars for sale in the Classifieds, though we did go for
a couple-few days recently with none for sale (Hey, it's the end of the
sailing season, so what do you expect?...All the good ones are busy in the
water!), but last night I added a brand new ad to the Classifieds for what
sounds like i could be a REALLY REALLY nice one, with a few scanned picures
to follow as soon as I get the shots in the mail. At $32,500 it's a little
pricier than most, sure, but you get what you pay for most times (And this
one's only got 620 miles on the clock...That's no typo).

Bottom line: Anyone expecting to get a "do-able" Amphi nowadays for lunch
money is living in a dream world and is just wasting their and everyone
else's time. Nowadays you can expect to pay at least $12,000 for any Amphi
that can get back out of the water without the help of a crane or dredger.
With that said, the Amphi market is a bit like that for motorcycles in that
prices do tend to dip a bit and selection broaden considerably in the winter
months.

~Bilgemaster~

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Hi
I have what'd an Amphicar for 30 years and now is the time, But there are
not
many for sale.
If you know of some for sale, let me know.
I live in central Oregon.
Also help me out on what to look for and what to ask.

Thank You Tom
 
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