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Moke International

So you've got your beach house — and a great little boat at the end of your pier for jetting around the water — now what you really need is a Moke International ($TBA) for cruising on land. If you've spent any measure of time in a beach town, you may have run across one of its older siblings, but this model is brand new, and ready for modern roads. Choose between a gasoline-powered four-cylinder version, or a completely-electric version. They come in a number of colors, including orange, red, green, yellow, blue, white, and of course, black.

  • Sportsmobile Ultimate Adventure Vehicle

    Built from a Ford E350 van, the Sportsmobile Ultimate Adventure Vehicle ($80,000) gives you everything you need for an outdoor off road adventure with all the comforts of a recreational vehicle. A pop-up style sleeper camper and a spacious interior with a fully-equipped kitchen makes for a great living space. Four-wheel drive, improved axles, shocks, brakes, and a 46 gallon fuel tank help you get to remote campsites like no RV can. Options include propane, water, and electric systems powered by solar panels or generators. Equip yours with Hella rally lights, winches, tool kits, and brush guards to make it a serious expedition vehicle.

  • Watercar Panther

    Since seeing the scene in The Spy Who Loved Me when Roger Moore's Lotus Esprit turned into a submarine, we've dreamed of our own amphibious car. And, even though it's no submersible, the Watercar Panther ($135,000) is the next best thing — a car that's comfortable on the land and the water. At a weight of 3,000 pounds, and sporting a 3.7 liter V-6 VTEC Honda engine, it's capable of land speeds of 80-plus mph. A waterproof fiberglass hull and water jet engine lets it do over 40 on the water. Not to mention it's a capable off road vehicle. That's enough to make even 007 jealous.