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  • Site of the Week: WaterCar.com, With Crazy Video and Chicks

    http://www.bangshift.com/blog/Site-o...ercar.com.html

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    Re: Site of the Week: WaterCar.com, With Crazy Video and Chicks

    Not quite as "swoopy" as former 1980s "pro street" legend Rick Dobbertin's "Hydrocar." http://www.dobbertinhydrocar.com/DHC.htm

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    • #3
      Re: Site of the Week: WaterCar.com, With Crazy Video and Chicks

      Ah...buy this product, and drunk chicks will like you! Financial ruin in ten words or less. ;D

      Dobbertin's got a pretty interesting project there. Looks like the original body shop dropped out...perhaps got weary of the, uh, "sponsorship opportunities". ;)
      ...

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        Re: Site of the Week: WaterCar.com, With Crazy Video and Chicks

        The Cubans have been doing this for years.

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          Re: Site of the Week: WaterCar.com, With Crazy Video and Chicks

          Originally posted by Falcon67
          The Cubans have been doing this for years.
          Yep.

          Here's a photo of an "Advance-Design" Series Chevrolet amphibious truck built by one of GM's Cuban comrades: http://www.zmail4u.com/chevboat.htm

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            Re: Site of the Week: WaterCar.com, With Crazy Video and Chicks

            :D i once saw a Dodge Ram pickup floating in the harbour entrance in Curacao..(8 very big tyres)
            And when i was in Saint Tropez, maybe 20 years ago there was a couple in a Land Rover in the harbour looking for a way up land :o you should have the faces of the spectators...hahaha...

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            • #7
              Re: Site of the Week: WaterCar.com, With Crazy Video and Chicks

              I think I've seen the development of the Camaro on Monster Nation. Uses a Subaru Forester driveline to drive the jet pump and the front wheel have skid pan that go under them to get it to plane in the water. Looks like they've made some engineering advances since then.

              Still would rather have a DUWK.
              Central TEXAS Sleeper
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              ROA# 9790

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              • #8
                Re: Site of the Week: WaterCar.com, With Crazy Video and Chicks

                The motor sounds healthy ...

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