Location: Cedar Park, Texas
Asking Price: $18,250
- Model Year: 1977
- Odometer: 130k
- Trim: Kingsley
- Length: 26 Foot
- Seller Type: Private Owner
- Contact Name: Spencer
- Phone: (512) 800-4654
- Email: Send Message
Description & More Pictures
Runs great, new tires, new carb, new water pump, new hot water heater, new electric power converter with fuse box and electrical upgrades, and more I have all receipts. Maintenance work done by cinnabar gmc, full point inspection done last october.
Frame is in great shape. All glass is perfect. New vinyl wood floors but needs some interior finish-outs including wood ceiling (1/8 inch birch, stain as you please), quarter-round baseboards, countertop, front cockpit carpet needs to be replaced, 2 overhead cabinets and wood storage boxes in the back .
Will take about 2k to finish it all but I don’t have time for the hobby any longer. But fully livable now. 403 engine with front wheel drive transmission. No oil leaks whatsoever! New insulation in bedroom ceiling/walls and cockpit ceiling and we water sealed the entire coach front to back.
New paint on top storage box, new roof top ac cover. After market weld rims, limo tint, portable lg ac goes with it. Roof ac, newer fridge (cold!), microwave, stove all work but propane system needs checked and flushed and cockpit ac needs service.
Generator runs great. Sleeps 5, couch, front seats and seats with wood table in perfect condition. Coach leveling airbags work great. Lots of storage. Side wet bath works great, rear has bed mattress. Some paint chipping outside in a couple of places.
But looks great for it’s age, no dents. Also will need new canopy (material only) lots of other little things are new also. These are easy easy to work on and the things I mentioned can be done by yourself.
Parts are readily available and there are many gmc motorhome communities on the internet.
I will trade for land, house boat, travel trailer/fifth wheel and maybe a newer motorhome. Let me know what you have.
$18,250 taking offers
Hook up to shore power water and electric, or live off the grid with water tank and generator. We’ve done both. It’s a cool coach lots of looks and conversations about it. Sent from my iphone