Is it a Car? Is it a Boat? Is it Worth 200k?

The Python water car is is the fastest amphibious vehicle ever sold.

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    Off Off Road

    Meet the car that thinks it's a speedboat. The Python water car is is the fastest amphibious vehicle ever sold - its makers claim that it can hit 60 mph on the water.
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    Out to Sea

    It goes from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. No road required. 
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    Party Car....Uh, I Mean Boat!

    At the flick of a switch, the driver can put the gears into neutral and turn on the jet drive. A push of a button will raise the wheels.
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    Speedy González

    Then, the $200,000 car can be driven into the waves.
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    Racing the Boats

    The five-seat 3,800-pound machine is powered by a V8 engine from a Chevrolet Corvette.
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    Looking Good

    The Python is the creation of Dave March, of the California-based firm WaterCar.
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    Changing Gears

    "I wasn't interested in previous amphibious vehicles that just floated around." —Dave March of the California-based firm WaterCar
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    From Water to Road

    "I was interested in designing a high-performance car that could plane, to reach freeway speeds on water." —Dave March, of the California-based firm WaterCar
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    Dawn of the Amphibious Car

    Another product sold by WaterCar is the Gator kit, which creates an amphibious JEEP look-alike. According to WaterCar's website, assembling the Gator is a piece of cake: "All you need from WaterCar is a Gator Body and the Patented WaterCar Transmission, all other parts can be gathered from a Volkswagen donor car or bought right off the shelf from an aftermarket parts manufacturer." 
     
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    All Decked Out

    Each Python is built one at a time.
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    Like a Glove

    "From a choice of over 60,000 exterior colors and 4,000 interior colors/finishes, to the exact seat/pedal/shifter placement, tailored to perfectly fit the owner. Every detail, every curve, every screw, everything on this vehicle is built exclusively for you, truly to be one of a kind!"— WaterCar.com
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