1977 GMC 23'
(Front Wheel Drive)
Remember “The Urban Assault Vehicle” from the 1980’s cult
movie, “Stripes” with Bill Murray? Well,
this is it!
It’s the Blue Angels and The A-Team rolled into one, a low and sleek
sports coach that stunned the RV industry when it launched in late 1972. Today, exactly thirty two years after production
stopped, the GMC Motorhome is becoming a cult icon.
The GMC is the
muscle car of the RV world. It holds the land speed record for
motorhomes, clocking 106mph at Bonneville last year. It’s been immortalized several times as a Hot Wheels toy. It’s even had a movie career, starring
in the 1981 Bill Murray comedy Stripes.
But for those of you who grew up in the 70s, the GMC will always be known as Captain America’s van. That’s pretty remarkable for an RV that only had a six-year production run. But there are many, many remarkable
things about the GMC. For starters, it was the first RV created and built by an automaker—and to this day, no other
automaker has taken that risk.
my below GMC is the last of the 23’, big engine GMC’s it is VERY easy and peppy to drive.
It literally floats on its air bags and is SUPER smooth. It handles like a van and can navigate
even the tightest suburban cul-de-sacs!! Unlike a 26’ GMC or other motorhomes you are NOT
land locked looking desperately for an “out”!!! I know, as I also own a 40’ diesel pusher. Driving my pusher
I am constantly looking for a way out BEFORE I even attempt to drive down a road or enter a shopping
center! But not with my Hot Rod GMCJ Piece of cake!!!
We even load up a dozen friends and view the winners of the local Christmas Light Home contest every year without
fear of getting stuck (land locked) in a typical, suburban, tract house neighborhood. Try that in any other
This “blast from the
past” is rattle free and turns heads everywhere!
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1966 Airstream Tradewind 24'
ALL Original in virtually PERFECT condition
This "Blast from the Past" was stored inside for most of its life and NEVER
used. We're calling this one
It is very rare to find a vintage
beauty in this condition. The upholstery, curtains, wood, counter Formica and linoleum flooring looks like the "light
of day" has never touched it. There is absolutely no fading, scratches or blemishes of any kind. Even the upholstery
foam is in great condition. Try that in an all original 1966 Chevy!!
There are a few things that we are going to fix before it leaves. It will get an AWESOME
outside polish (costing $4800).The bathroom needs the new toilet and sink plumbed and sink painted. A new 110v to 12v convertor
will be installed, new propane tanks / regulater and a couple of outside access panels will be replaced with period perfect
ones. It will leave with the usual www.VintageTrailerCrazy.com
This vintage beauty pulls super straight and the trailer
brakes work so well that it will even STOP your tow vehicle as well!!!
Pics can be viewed at
Priced very conservatively at $22,500