My Amphicar trip and project

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ECR Staff

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Anyone interested in following along in the restoration of my "new"
1964 Amphicar can find the link here:
http://www.eastcoastrover.com/Amphicar.html

Enjoy!
Mike Smith

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21 Tolman Road, Warren, ME 04864 ph: 207-594-8086 fax: 207-594-8120

http://www.eastcoastrover.com

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a_colo_native

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> Anyone interested in following along in the restoration of
my "new"
> 1964 Amphicar can find the link here:
> http://www.eastcoastrover.com/Amphicar.html

> Mike Smith

Mike -

I read the whole thing, everybody should do the ame. Very much an
eye opener for an Amphicar guy like me. Some surprises, some not.
Any trip that ends wih an Amphi in the garage is alright by me.

Dave is a real guy who loves his work and really does care about the
customer. Fun to hand around with too! I am installing a set of his
1/4s and they work very well. Good choice!

Most of us are in the Dave and Mike category. Mike is of the highest
standards. He NEVER hesitates to help out. (Thanks again for the
parts Mike!! It's gonna be more than a couple of beers for sure!) We
stand behind our work without hesitation as the one thing most
important is a good reputation. Hard work to come by and once it's
gone it can never fully recover.

If you ever need anything, feel free to call me anytime. I'll gladly
give advice, good or bad, your choice! ;)

John Bevins
Rocky Mountain Amphicar
 
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Daniel & Kathy Gibson

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Re: Re: My Amphicar trip and project

a_colo_native wrote:
>> Anyone interested in following along in the restoration of
>>
> my "new"
>
>> 1964 Amphicar can find the link here:
>> http://www.eastcoastrover.com/Amphicar.html
>>
>
Kathy and I bought Das Boot from Mike in 2002, and it turned out very
well. It too was a project much like your Amphicar (except a LOT rustier
looking!). You can see our restoration pages at
http://home.comcast.net/~dkgibson3/amphicar/index.htm. It may not be the
most professionally restored Amphicar in the world, but I do not think
you will find one more loved!

Dan
 
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