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- Inspired by the Amphicar, two company engineers, Richard E. Hulten and Roger D. Holm, decided to take the just-released Chevrolet “Corvan” and soup it up a bit.
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- Often times when we think of an amphibious vehicle, the Amphicar is the first thing that comes to mind. It would be unfortunate, though, to not acknowledge this awesome one-off dubbed the “Corphibian.” And now you can buy it, if you've got the scratch.
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- Seems like Chevrolet liked the idea so much it commissioned the Pontiac, Michigan-based Hulten-Holm Company to transform its 1961 Corvair 95 Greenbriar van, aka Corvan, into an amphibious pickup truck in response to the German Amphicar.
Chevrolet Corvan is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Chevrolet Corvan books and related discussion.
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