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Just begging to be converted.............

Re: Just begging to be converted.............
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Wonder if:

The bottom seat cushions are "flotation devices"?

The wheel bearings ever get water in them?

You must have "waterproof" luggage if it is stowed in the cargo bays?

The speedometer reads in "Kph" or "Knots"?

You have to "ride the brakes" to...

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I would ride it on the ground but head toward water and I'm unloading..

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Modern version of the Ride the Ducks. I'm guessing that there is no luggage under the floor, so watertight hull.

A few years ago someone made an amphibious motor home. As a commercial venture, I don't think it ever made any money. There are...

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A few years ago someone made an amphibious motor home.

It has been kicked around here on this site for a long time. Here is a link to it 15 years ago.
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Pamela & Mike

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Not much freeboard/ draft and a lot of windage above the water line i hope it has a long deep tungsten bulb swing keel.

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Looks like it's all freeboard from the waterline to the roof.

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Chuck,

fahren (class 6 strong, third-person singular simple present fährt, past tense fuhr, past participle gefahren, past subjunctive führe, auxiliary haben or sein)

(intransitive, of a person) to go (by vehicle); to sail; to travel
Wir fahren...

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Notice there is no wind, dead calm, and glassy smooth water. Probably for good reason.