Type 166 Schwimmwagen was in production from 1941 to 1944. It was more reliable than previous models. About 15 500 were manufactured, mostly in Fallersleben by Volkswagen, but also from Porsche at Stuttgart and in Ambi Budd in Berlin. They were with FWD transmission with just one speed, which was sometimes a reverse. They also had portal gear rear hubs, ZD differentials rear axles and front, screw propeller easy to control for swimming and paddle for maneuvers. The wheel moved the car in the water. They also had a roof, which could be removed, and spare parts on the front, pickaxe, paddles, and shovel. About 189 such vehicles still exist. It is the most produced amphibious car of all times.
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