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    I want one! All-Terrain Amphibious Four-Wheeler


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    Pretty neat. The only thing questionable I saw was the wheels and axles that looked like the weak link. They looked small and not all that sturdy.

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    Now THAT is a cool toy!
    Most amphibs only go about 3 knots in the water, but that thing has some serious speed.
    I'm not sure if it's faster on land or water.

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    $40,000 is a lot for a jetski golf cart. But wicked cool.
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    50mph on land
    45mph on water
    But the motor bike ski does 80 on land.
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    Neat but more wheels are better..!! We have the Argocat in GB, much favoured hunting vehicle. Available in either 6 or 8 wheel configuration. Check it out..




    Forgot to say it's amphibious too.
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    Pretty cool. It actually gets up on plane, too. On the down side, it doesn't appear to be 4 wheel drive.
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    I'd probably give 10-15k for one but not 40, they look like a blast.
    Maybe Honda or Yamaha will take over production and bring the price down.
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    I saw these when they first came out a few years ago and the price was $70,000. It's a neat idea but suffers from lack of ground clearance and a decent shock system as I recall. Basically they were better on water than on land.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManxTom View Post
    Neat but more wheels are better..!! We have the Argocat in GB, much favoured hunting vehicle. Available in either 6 or 8 wheel configuration. Check it out..




    Forgot to say it's amphibious too.
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    This is adequate for me. Mine is a work vehicle not a toy. I use it 7 days a week as a utility vehicle.
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