Well the body looks like an old late 70's Camaro, who knows what the running gear is underneath though as the Camaro was rear wheel drive. I guess it could be a Vega as well as they were styled similarly, but it was RWD too.
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The bodywork is Camaro, but the drivetrain is Olds Toronado. The picture is from YVR, where there are a lot of floatplanes. The Toronado is used as it is front wheel drive. The frame is grafted onto the lifting frame, and is controlled hydraulically. I have driven one of these without the aircraft, and it is bizarre because turning the wheel to the left turns the vehicle to the right.
They are used to pull floatplanes up out of the water.
There are a couple of steel arms/platform extending out from the from front. All you have to to is drive this thing down a ramp into the water and let the floatplane float up on in. You tie it down and pull the plane out of the water.
They work really well.
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