|Length||23 feet (7.0 m) 26 feet (7.9 m)|
What happened to the GMC motorhome?
GM’s Truck & Coach Division discontinued production of the GMC Motorhome on Nov. 11, 1977. The existing Oldsmobile-sourced driveline was being phased out of production and replaced by smaller displacement engines mounted transversely in front-wheel-drive platforms.
How many GMC motorhomes are still on the road?
How Many GMC Motorhomes Were Made? Over five years, from 1973 to 1978, 12,921 GMC Motorhomes were produced at the Pontiac plant. But today, nearly 50 years later, it is estimated that approximately 8,500 are still on the road.
Why did GM cancel motorhomes?
So why did GM cancel it? At the time, GM bean counters figured there was more money to be made building trucks than recreational vehicles. Meanwhile, the GMC MotorHome was brought to life when gas prices were quite high.
How much does a GMC motorhome cost?
A: The average price of a GMC Motorhome is $27,185. Q: How many GMC Motorhomes were produced? A: 12921 GMC Motorhomes were produced in total.
What every GMC motorhome owner should know?
- GMC MOTORHOMES.
- WHAT EVERY GMC OWNER SHOULD KNOW. (NEW AND OLD)
- DASH BOARD INSTRUMENTS. OEM.
- TELL-TALE LITE PANEL ETC.
- DASH HEATER & AIR CONDITIONER CONTROL.
- LIVING AREA GAUGES.
- ENGINE/TRANSMISSION COOLING.
Did Cadillac make a motorhome?
Car and Driver has immortalized this Cadillac Eldorado camper. For just $4,000, someone made off with an interesting method of transportation. The seller even gave it an appropriately interesting name, too. Guys, meet “El Dordo.”
What is the RV in stripes?
The GMC MotorHome was memorably featured in the film Stripes as the EM-50 Urban Assault Vehicle.
When was the first motor home built?
In 1910, the very first motor home ever made was built from a 3 ton Packard truck. It could sleep 11 people and was 28 feet long and had an icebox, toilet, salon and was 6 and a half feet wide. The motor home was used up to 1924. Campers continued to find more ingenious ways to adapt cars to their lifestyles.
What years did they make the GMC motorhome?
|Assembly||Pontiac West Assembly, Pontiac, Michigan|
|Designer||Michael Lathers, GM Design Center|