Tank-treaded boat goes well with James Bond/Batman yacht
It's not easy being a Bondian supervillain; keeping up with the Blofelds requires a lot of status symbols. Here's one to go with your $15 million superyacht: a sporty little amphibious motorboat with tank treads.
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Bravo! You've bested Goldfinger, and your plot to secretly empty Fort Knox was a roaring success. (Good idea about the gold-painted Legos -- a far less messy solution than nerve agents and Atom bombs.) So now you're looking to officially join the pantheon of Bondian supervillains by acquiring all the appropriate status items.
Yes, you've got Iguana's earlier, 29-foot version of same, but the IG24 is cuter, and it's yellow (which is kinda like gold), and Pussy Galore is absolutely gonna love it. Besides, at nearly 44 mph in water, it goes about 3.5 mph faster than the IG29 -- which could come in handy when trying to outrun Her Majesty's Secret Service. Or, perhaps, when trying to catch a double-O somebody to stake down on the ground and use for a pleasant little test of the tank treads. (The IG24, btw, can go up to 5 mph on land).
We don't have pricing details yet. But, hey, with all those newly acquired gold bricks, you shouldn't have any trouble now, should you?
A superyacht fit for a James Bond supervillain (images)