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Jackthewonderdog

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Anyone picking up one of these any time soon? terra-wind-amphibious-rv Could come in handy

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I've seen these before. They are kind of neat but to me, useless.
For $850,000 I can buy a nice Class A, boat and a truck for towing.
And, have money left over to operate my toys.
It's each to their own.

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Grab it & go to Hawaii !!

I like to tell people I've been to every state but Hawaii - couldn't afford the pontoons.

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There have been a lot of "combination" items hit the market and in most cases they're left wanting for EITHER purpose.


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The Terra Wind was completed in 2003, and as far as I know, was the only one built. I think someone has newly discovered it at least every year since.


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It was listed on eBay last year and if I recall the bidding started at over $200K. The owner/builder had removed the wet gear with the intention of improvements but ran into money problems and was trying to sell the coach without the capability. I don't think bidding met the reserve price.


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I have a sailboat that is faster on water.


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I want one!

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Here is one, done right -

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I went to high school with this guy. His name is Dave Marsh. A real wiz with cars.


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Sounds neat, but considering the price, I think it's gonna be more practical to get a new Class A and a jet ski.

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