What looked like a Mazda Miata that floats turns out to be a big anchor for the company that wanted to sell them for $285,000 a piece. No buyers have come forward to buy the car even now that Gibbs has slashed the price to $142,000. The company now says they are looking to sell the technology since they can't sell the car. If Springfield couldn't make it big with the Amphicar, there must not be a big market for sea-faring cars.
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