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Unique amphibious truck by Gibbs Amphibians

Unique amphibious truck by Gibbs Amphibians

The famous and unique amphibious car record company Gibbs Technologies has showed two new machines. The company was founded in New Zealand, then moved to the UK, and now became Detroit based. It is called now Gibbs Amphibians, and, fortunately, makes no less impressive vehicles than before. New items from the Gibbs Amphibians are a jeep Humdinga II and the truck Phibian. Developers call these models the best examples of high-speed amphibian technology (HSA).

We are primarily interested about the Phibian truck, which could reach 26 knots (48 km/h) on water, and out from water to land is just 10 seconds. Phibian claimed to be a completely new kind of amphibious truck. It features a 500-horsepower turbo diesel, resulting in either the wheel (on the ground drive can be rear, front or all-wheel-drive), or water cannon, and takes on board the three crewmembers and 12 passengers or 1.5 tonnes of cargo.

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  1. Julien Georges Lesperance
    2013-04-23 12:36:22

    Dear Sir ,
    Am very interested in buying one of new amphibious Truck ,
    Please can you give me the price for it. Its for my personal use.
    Am from the Seychelles Island and found it very apporiate fore here.
    Thank you for your answer.

    My Email is:julien_lesperance@yahoo.com

    Kind rgds,
    Julien Lesperance

  2. DANILO Fabian
    2013-08-20 13:12:23

    Hi!
    I like to introduce your phibian trucks here in the Philippines.
    It's very appropriate for our country particularly during the rainy and typhoon seasons.
    Our company is exclusive distributor of high end heavy equipment and motorcycles from China.
    Thank you.

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