John Ortlieb has one of the rarest vehicles ever and it’s not a supercar. That’s right, he owns two of twenty-one Boaterhomes that were ever manufactured. One of them is near factory showroom new, while the second is a project car under construction.
Put simply, the Boaterhome made its debut in the mid-1980s at the Toronto International Boat Show as well as the 55th Miami International Boat Show. Back then, it would have cost you $312,000 USD if adjusted for inflation. It is based on the Ford Econoline van and the rear is basically a double-axle trailer with a 31-inch shallow hull boat sitting on top. The latter is powered by a Mercury Marine DFI outboard engine making 200 horsepower. After reaching the water, the boat half just slides into the water off the trailer and can hit 40 mph.
- NEW 2020 MODEL - The 2020 edition of the GXL V2 is an improvement on our already top selling electric scooter. The 2020 V2 has an improved console, battery life, folding mechanism, and has passed stringent QC testing.
- IMPROVED BATTERY LIFE - Featuring a 36V 5.2aH Battery the GXL V2 travels up to 12.5 miles and recharges in about 4 Hours. Top Speed 15.5mph.
- IMPROVED MOTOR - The 250 Watt Motor provides high torque but mantains a low power consumption. The GXL V2 reaches a top speed of 15.5mph and can handle up to 220lbs.
- LOVE YOUR COMMUTE - Ride in comfort using the rubberized grips, easy to use hand-brake, and Shock absorbing 8.5" Air filled tires.
- PORTABLE FOLDING FRAME - The GXL V2 Frame folds down to 15"x44"x6" and locks for easy storage making it easy to store in a car, at school, or the office.