The auto nerd lurking in you might have at times, if not always, craved for the amphibious vehicle that can ferry you on ground and water equally. Well, here is a bright chance for you to own one such vehicle, Dobbertin HydroCar. Built by Rick Dobbertin, Dobbertin Surface is 32-foot long amphibious vehicle made on the old milk tanker. As a result, this tunnel hulled HydroCar is propelled by a 572 Cubic inch Big Block Chevy that produces 762 horsepower. All the parts of this amphibious vehicle are hand built and it took almost nine year and 18, 8000 man hours to build it, but it’s still not complete. Moreover, it changes shape by lowering and extending pontoons when you switch it from land mode to water mode. So, if you have that penchant for building one (since it’s incomplete) and enjoy that racing fun on land and water equally, this amphibious vehicle is up for the grab at eBay for a cool $777,000.