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Gibbs Could Have Answer for Marine Amphibian Vehicle The Marine Corps continues to search for a new vehicle to serve as a “connector” vehicle capable of delivering Marines – along with equipment – from ship to shore. Read the Full Story
What is a Fast Amphibian? There have been plenty of amphibious vehicles. Skid steers like the Argo, MAX ATV, Hydratek, cars like the Amphicar, German military Schwimmwagen, DUKWs (or more commonly known as Ducks), LARCs, Dutton, Sea Roader. There have also been one-offs, some of them built by backyard hobbyists, others, like the RinSpeed sQuba, expensive, but impractical design exercises. Read the Full Story
Prospective Distributor Likes Potential of Fast Amphibians DETROIT – When Murat Ozdil sees Gibbs Amphibians’ range of fast amphibians, he sees all sorts of ways to use them in his home, Istanbul. Read the Full Story
Gibbs Moves Toward Profitability in 2014 DETROIT – For 17 years, Gibbs Amphibians founder Alan Gibbs has been writing checks to support the development of its fast amphibians as the company inched toward actually producing one. Read the Full Story

The Marine Corps continues to search for a new vehicle to serve as a “connector” vehicle capable of delivering Marines – along with equipment – from ship to shore.

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There have been plenty of amphibious vehicles. Skid steers like the Argo, MAX ATV, Hydratek, cars like the Amphicar, German military Schwimmwagen, DUKWs (or more commonly known as Ducks), LARCs, Dutton, Sea Roader. There have also been one-offs, some of them built by backyard hobbyists, others, like the RinSpeed sQuba, expensive, but impractical design exercises.

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DETROIT – When Murat Ozdil sees Gibbs Amphibians’ range of fast amphibians, he sees all sorts of ways to use them in his home, Istanbul.

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DETROIT – For 17 years, Gibbs Amphibians founder Alan Gibbs has been writing checks to support the development of its fast amphibians as the company inched toward actually producing one.

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