A truck that likes to swim, a boy's love for the Mustang and some NASCAR sponsor news.
FOX News Radio's Jennifer Keiper has our weekly look at things with wheels in "FOX Wheels":
It's FOX Wheels.
It'd probably make the 'Duck Dynasty' guys drool.
A four-wheel drive truck that, with the press of a button, makes the tires on the "Humdinga" retract -- turning it into a boat.
It can go normal land speeds...
(Gibbs) "But it can go on water also at 35-miles per hour."
Founder Alan Gibbs tells us no truck has gone more than nine-miles per hour on water.
The Michigan-based company is pitching it for use in disaster situations.
Nine-year-old Eli Williams of Alabama is battling brain cancer for a second time. His wish? To see a Ford Mustang being built. He loves the car...
(Williams) "'Cause it goes fast."
The nine-year-old took a break from chemo, touring the only place the Mustang is built: Michigan's Flat Rock Assembly Plant.
(Plant Manager Tim Young) "When you put this hat on - you get to be the plant manager for the whole day."
He says the whole thing was - neat.
Talk about high-speed websites.
NASCAR fans will see autotrader.com on Joey Logano's car at New Hampshire in July.
Kelley Blue Book will be Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s top sponsor at Sonoma in June.
With FOX Wheels, I'm Jennifer Keiper, FOX News Radio.
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