NO RESERVE! Amphicar Project Car- Rare Find- Priced to Sell!
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Up for bid is a 1963 Amphicar 770 - one of the most iconic vehicles ever designed and mass-produced for the public. Only about 3,900 of these were ever built, and few really nice examples exist today. This is chassis #100573. This car has definitely seen better days, however virtually EVERYTHING is repairable. Gordon Imports in Santa Fe Springs, CA has virtually everything you need to make this car a show car again, including lower quarter/wheel panels, lower door panels, etc. The floor panels are in great shape, and do not appear to me to need replacing. Although a bit rough around the edges, this is actually a very complete car. It includes the engine, trans, running gear and suspension, steering, brake components, virtually all engine compartment accessories, seat frames, shifter linkage, pedal cluster, windshield (not shown but in good shape), doors and door locks, all (4) main windows and regulators, propellers, prop shafts, etc., etc., and everything shown in the photos. Again - everything you'd need to complete a restoration of this car is available from Gordon Imports. At some time in the past, a previous owner apparently thought it would be an improvement to the car to cut off the rear fins. The original fins come w/ the car though. The Amphicar is located in Missouri. As this car has been in storage for over 20 yrs, it is no longer in the DMV system, and will come with a Bill of Sale ONLY. The vehicle is a “roller” now and all parts fit in the car. We have taped the windshield in the car also. There are 4 decent tires on there now also so that we can push it on any transport easily.
Vehicle is located in Missouri. Buyer/Bidder will be responsible for pickup or shipping charges from this location to wherever they are shipping it to. Seller will allow up to 1 month for pickup for no extra charge. Payment must be made immediately per the Terms and Conditions of your bidding contract though.