A journal of the history of the '60s Batman Batboat, how I came to buy a replica and my hopeful adventures in repairing and making it a functional Anti-Crime cruiser.
My family had a 720 in the 60's. Very tricky indeed! It was best used on hard snow or ice. On water it was not easy to drive over chop or in windy conditions. A gust of wind would turn you sideways where you'd catch an edge on the chop and capsize at 40 mph. Not a happy outcome when everything (including the driver) went end over end considering the unshielded prop! But...we lived thru it. Jim Ridgeway (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I have a air cycle 720 in the process of restoring,it is in excellent shape,was made by Air Cushion Vehicles,Inc. Troy N.Y.Would like any information or comments about this craft.Thanks. email@example.com
Check out the forums at fiberglassics.comFolks there can help with more information on that watercraft.
I video tapped us using one around 1999. I'm going to post it on youtube tonight. Seriously lot's of fun, but very hard to control.Eric White
i have a 720 air cycle that needs to be restored , it is just like thew pics of the late 60s green one with the 720 air cycle sticker on the side. id like info on this unit if anyone can educate me on this thing , its 95% complete people can g maiul me or message me. firstname.lastname@example.org thanks for any help.
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