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.
Tim Lorentz may not be a familiar name, but in Spokane, Washington, he’s known for LaBoata. This bizarre vehicle originally started out as a 1993 Chrysler LeBaron convertible, and soon after, a boat was acquired. These two were brought to Newtech Skills Center, where he teaches special education, and with no plan written down. However, that didn’t slow him down, as the entire conversion took only three days, with two of them slicing off the bottom of the boat.