1964 Amphicar, one family owned, the car that drives and floats. Great little car. Asking $46,500 Canadian Dollars. ($35,000 USD) This car has been owned by one family since new. Great provenance. You won’t likely find another one that has not been through several owners. Professionally maintained by the same mechanic for years, and service records are available. This car is a “survivor”, that is original in every way. Original paint, original interior, original engine and mechanical parts. Lovingly owned all these years. Just 6,557 original miles. (about 10,400 Kilometers) Located in the Columbia Valley in British Columbia, near Invermere, BC. This car was driven in 2018, both on land and on the lake. British Columbia registration. This car was professionally appraised by Aero Appraisals in 2007, with a value of $49,000 CDN dollars. This value was based upon it being a survivor with amazing provenance as a one owner, well maintained. The appraiser estimated that it was one of just 10 imported into Canada in 1964, of only 60 that came to Canada over the span of production. Aero Appraisals indicated in recent conversation, that if this car is still in the same condition as it was in 2007, then it has increased significantly in value as these are highly sought after worldwide and recognized a true classic car. This car as noted is a survivor. It is not a restored car. The paint has some fading and some blemishes. There is now some evidence of the start of rust on the rear quarter panels. There are little dings and scratches here and there. The seats are excellent. The top is OK. All of the glass is good, without any cracks or rock chips. The engine and transmission are strong. On a classic car rating, this would be a #3 car, ready and dependable to be driven on the road or in the water. Because it is a one owner car in original condition it has all of the small bits still intact. It would make an easy restoration project, or could be used as an original that would attract a lot of attention. The Amphicar was created in 1961 in Germany. They were manufactured until 1965, and sold until 1968 as final units were bought. There was a total of only 3,878 produced, making this a very rare car indeed. It has the original Triumph Herald four cylinder OHV engine, and four speed standard transmission.
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