John it has never been outside Europe it was one of a batch 20 with have registration for the road .Hi Peter,
Your car is a lot like my Red car was/and is, wrinkle black all around the windshield and the door tops. That locking steering column makes me think your car is a 68 car, perhaps sold into Canada. My Red car has the heater on the right front fender, a very nice improvement over the more common location below the gas tank. That heater works WAY better than the earlier design. I'm not sure when that heater change came along but my other 67 Amphicar has an earlier VIN and the old style heater. The late car has several other small changes such as an emergency brake linkage change, an improved hand throttle linkage (that actually works as a hand throttle), 6" drive shaft tunnels and a 2 inch bilge plug.
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Registration is 1966-6 but it is al late model picture how i found it in a garagebox.[ wrong bumper] And one at my home.John it has never been outside Europe it was one of a batch 20 with have registration for the road .
The first was 80-01-BH the last 80-20-BH i have 80-02-BH the second one sold by Schone in Groningen The Netherlands.
It is a late model car but not 68 it has an earlier registration I will look it up
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