Up for sale is a very nice '02 Recreative Industry's MAX II. Land, snow, swamp, open water, this thing goes wherever you want it to go. Probably THE most versatile atv you can get. Perfect for hunting ducks, geese, coyotes, you name it...heck, even fish from it! Or use it for farm work, plowing the driveway, you get the idea. Oh yeah, you can also use it for...FUN. These Retail for around $14,000 to start. My price: $6850/obo Low hours (under 300), and upgrades include: Warn winch, snowplow attachment, heated throttle cable. Has windshield, canvas cover, and a 12v power outlet for your GPS! Here are the details from the manufacturer's website: The MAX II is a highly mobile six-wheel drive amphibious vehicle that carries one or two passengers comfortably. Swim across ponds and streams that you would have to avoid in a lesser four-wheeled ATV. Add tracks and you can go through deep snow and forbidding swamps. Like all MAX ATVs, the ability to add accessories like tracks and a convertible top (go to the Accessories tab) greatly increases its usefulness over other types of off-road vehicles. The MAX II is a energetic performer that is a load of fun to drive! Standard: Amphibious capability, headlights, taillights, reverse gear, electric start, trailer hitch, steel chassis and an almost unbreakable high density polyethylene body. Weight Approximately: 710 pounds (322 kilos) Gross Vehicle Weight: 1310 pounds (594 kilos)(includes passengers, cargo & accessories) Gross Permissible Weight In Water: 1210 pounds (549 kilos)(includes passengers, cargo & accessories) Length: 86 inches (218 cm) Height: 37 inches (94 cm) Width: 56 inches (142 cm) Wheelbase: 50 inches (127 cm) Seating: 2 persons Fuel Capacity: 5 U.S. gallons (19 liters) Transmission: T-20 Skid Steer Non-Differential Drive Chain: 520/530 O-ring Axles: 1-1/4 inch heavy-duty steel (3.175 cm) Towing Capacity: 1000 lbs. (454 kilos) I live in Central Oregon, but will consider meeting 1/2 the distance to the buyer's residence for delivery. Further if you can help pay for fuel. If you have any more questions, or would like to see a video of it run, etc, please contact me through this forum. Thanks a ton, guys!!