On Land or Sea, WaterCar Has Speed on Any Surface

Posted: January 21, 2014

By: [Orange County Register]

Dave March takes a sip of his coffee and looks through the windshield of his car, which is idling in the water in Newport Harbor, next to his 65-foot yacht.

“This has been a dream for 10, 15 years,” he says, his gaze fixed toward Catalina. “Every time I see that island, I think, ‘Oh, it's not that far.'”

March, 58, has spent more than a decade developing the high-speed amphibious car he is about to take to market for $135,000 a piece. He has taken deposits from the Prince of Dubai, tycoons in Silicon Valley and millionaires from around the world.

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