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NEW! | 1976 GMC Palm Beach – 26′
Kingsport, TN | $50,000 | listed 7/8/20204
Ray Bingham | Mobile: 423-534-2081 | Home: 423-247-7784 |

I’ll soon be 97 years old, so it’s time to let someone else make their special memories in this 1976 GMC Palm Beach Motorhome. Too many upgrades to list, but here are some highlights. I also have numerous spare parts.

  • 3.21 Final Drive
  • Electric steps
  • Solid wood, custom designed and built desk and ergonomic chair
  • Raised bed to allow for additional storage, pull out drawers on couch
  • Fiberglass panels on top of bumpers
  • Fog lights
  • Hydraulic jack to lift up front wheels
  • Tool to remove and replace front wheel bearing
  • Strong rebuilt engine and transmission, engine bored 30 thousands with standard inserts
  • G-wheel disk brakes
  • Larger torsion bar in front and added one in rear
  • Stainless exhaust system
  • All side windows replaced
  • 7 Alcoa aluminum wheel
  • Michelin tires
  • Two electric fuel pumps
  • New aluminum radiator
  • Heat strip in air conditioner
  • Updates in bathroom
  • Built in TV and Microwave
  • Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
  • Higher ALT output
  • New high output air compressor
  • Emron Paint
  • No rust
  • Remote door lock and engine
  • Vacuum pump
  • Custom awning from Sweden

NEW! | 1973 GMC – 26′
KY | listed 6/17/20204
Tom Whitton |

This coach has been my hobby and pastime for 23-years but at age 84, the time has come to relinquish the keys. I have constantly pampered and improved this remarkable machine since buying it from the Elam Fayard’s widow in the spring of 2001. Painted at Topeka Graphics and protected in a weather-tight garage, you can still see your reflection in the finish. The undercarriage is almost as clean as the top with no rust ever.

The interior is fully custom, the original interior was discarded. Every single item has been updated, including a new dash, wood and leather steering wheel, oak paneled walls, oak hardwood floors, oak cabinets, front and rear television cabinets, hidden-pull-out shower, hidden toilet and sink and rear twin beds. Upholstery, twin mattresses and bed spreads were custom made.

Running gear, including the engine, transmission, suspension, brakes and bearings have been replaced or rebuilt. The freshly rebuilt 455-engine has less than 500-miles on it.

I’ll try to remember the main upgrades:

  • BMW silver metallic and Ford black paint
  • Custom grill
  • LED tail lights
  • New windshields; front and rear side windows
  • Rebuilt engine
  • Ducted K&N engine air intake
  • Exhaust headers with new mufflers
  • Rebuilt transmission
  • Aluminum radiator
  • Daytona-Ferrera rear Air Bags
  • 3:55 Final drive
  • Hydro-Boost brakes
  • Electronic throttle-body fuel injection
  • Electronic speed control
  • Lenzi remanufactured knuckle assembly with grease fittings
  • Lenzi ride height adjusters
  • JR Slaten dash air valves and stainless-steel oil cooler lines
  • Boss Bluetooth, DVD/MP3/CD AM/FM receiver with pop-up screen and rear-view camera
  • Lowered steering column
  • Variable ratio steering gear
  • 4KW Onan generator
  • Up to date wiring and fuse panels for both house and automotive sides
  • Kitchen pantry and 4-burner gas cooktop with oven
  • Built-in microwave and 3-way refrigerator
  • Macerator with original system backup
  • Fantastic fan
  • Through the bumper hitch
  • Wind wings
  • Alcoa 16” wheels (7)
  • Electric windshield wipers

There’s more. Come see for yourself.

I have somewhere around $150,000 invested, consisting of 23-years of purchases and labor that I realize I won’t be able to fully recover. Understandably, I would like to recoup a reasonable portion. Everyone has their own perception of value. For this reason, I’ve decided to let the market set the price. If you are interested in possibly buying the coach, email me a non-binding guestimate of what you might be willing to pay. If it’s reasonable, I’ll call you to set up a time for you to visit here in Paducah, KY at your convenience and possibly negotiate a mutually agreeable deal. I look forward to hearing from you.


1975 Glenbrook – 26′
PA | $70,000 | listed 8-4-2023
Timothy Raab | Serious parties call 814-691-0077

The pictures say it all. This unit is show quality and ready to use. This motor home was customized by Golby. It has been garage kept.

  • 455 V8 engine
  • Norcold three way frig
  • Onan generator
  • Electric auto couch and dinette seats
  • Microwave
  • Dry bath
  • New exhaust system
  • Rebuilt carburetor
  • Zip Dee awning
  • Roof storage unit

1975 GMC – 26′
OR | $22,000 | listed 11-17-2023
Sierra Campbell | 530-559-6868

We are selling our family van. Kiddos heading off to college and simply not using it as much. In 2023 in got new airbags and a new transmission. It is driving better then ever. It receives regular maintenance and has had many upgrades over the years. we did the electric fuel system as well in 2023. It sleeps 5 and has a fully functional kitchen and bathroom. Happy to answer any questions and entertain any offers.

1977 Eleganza II
CA | $29,500 | listed 8-9-2023
Bob | 408-219-6866
My parents bought this in 2014 and traveled the US extensively in their ministry. Very well maintained as my father was a fanatic! Who goes to Leeberg, OR just to have wheel bearings done? The last few years it has been restored by my dad whom has now passed.  The most recent work has been top end engine overhaul, AC system repairs, generator repairs, new windshields, new tires on Alcoa wheels, and much more. Other than my mom, this was his passion. Flexsteel seats, runs excellent! Newly registered and ready to take it wherever you want. There are a few spots where paint/clearcoat may use attention.

1977 GMC Motorhome
CA | As is $18,000 in primer. Finished out $30-55,000 | listed 2-20-2022
Ty Chamberlain | 425-971-9304 or email

Here is your chance to build your own. This 77 is going into primer tomorrow. You can pick both the paint scheme/colors and interior upholstery. Mechanically it will be ready for the road. Rebuilt fuel system, brakes, intake removed and cross over blocked, rebuilt carb, rebuilt steering column. Interior would be ok with a general cleaning. Running gear has been checked and anything that needed replacing has been replace. You can have anything done with delivery in 2 months.

Price depends on what you choose. As is $18,000 in primer. Finished out $30-55,000.


1977 GMC Motorhome
GA | $17,500 OBO | listed 6-11-2023
Martin| 912-279-0177

TZE367V101681 – Brunswick, GA
Very nice – 81450 miles – 455 Olds automatic
New: starter, belts, fluids changed, brakes, tires, batteries, carb, new interior shades, rebuilt oversized generator. Motorhome is road ready, used as tailgate machine past several years, under cover housing.
Selling because of health reasons. 2006 Vespa scooter available


1977 Eleganza
NM | $20,000 | listed 1-24-2023
Doug Walker |  | 505-433-8181

26′ twin bed, dry bath original. Most options. 455 clean, quiet, powerful , smooth and smoke free. Original interior upholstery and carpet. No tears or rips. Original as I discovered it. I only vacuumed the seats and walkways. Original under cabinet dust void of trails. Low 70,070 odo mileage. 300 hours on the 6K Onan. Original original original. No monkey business happened to this original coach as it is original except the outside paint. I have driven it on the interstate and mostly in town on the boulevards. All wheel bearing temps remain cold. I am comfortable driving it to the new owner’s residence upon purchase. Send me the questions you have and the photos you want and I will get on it.

“Mr Clean” by Jim Bounds of the GMC Coop, a 1977 Palm Beach that has gone a total restoration.  This coach is ready to go and need nothing.

TZE167V100148
Mileage: 68,235

Mechanical
455 Engine With Fire suppression system
Manifold with block off plates
Coop single Gas Tank w/ 60 Gallon capacity.
Electric fuel pump
Fi Tech 400 EFI with force fuel
Electronic cruise control
Doug Thorley Headers with 2.5” exhaust
Stainless Steel Engine vents
6 Alcoa wheels with 2017 trued, balanced low milage tires
Quad Air Bags with original electro level Ride Hight control valves
Viair 380 Compressor
6010 Honda Generator with Fire suppression system @ 126 hrs
Class 3 Tow Hitch with 5 Pin trailer wiring for electric trailer brakes
Front receiver tube
2 Carrier AC units
Max fan
Macerator

Exterior
Roof clear coat
OTA & amp; Satellite antennas
Upgraded side glass
Led headlights
Led Fog lights
Led tail and marker lights
Excellent windshield
New style windshield wiper arms
Remote control Ramco Mirrors with Blinkers
Ragusa folding step
Exterior speakers

Interior
Modified 26-1 layout
50 Amp service with automatic transfer switch
Mac Daddy Dash with Rear view camera.
Power seats
Upgraded steering wheel
Sound system
CB radio
Fluorescent & Led lighting
Norcold AC/DC mini fridge
2 burner induction cook top
Microwave
High rise porcelain toilet
Aluminum mini blinds with wood valences
2 flat screen tvs, one in main cabin, other in rear bedroom
Original plumbing & house wiring


Palm Beach owned by Jim & Ann Gray. Also Kia Soul and Blue Ox tow system for $15,000 located in Silverhill, AL.

From 1979 to 2016: See handwritten sheet from original owner, Gene Jackson.

2016 to 2017: reworked / upgraded airbag system, overhauled brake system, replaced all wheel bearings, rebuilt compressors

2016: Manny Travao overhauled transmission/Chuck Boyd installed

2018: Fuel tanks cleaned/repainted. Replaced old fuel hoses with Gates Green Barricade hoses for protection from deterioration from ethanol

2019: added shutoff valve to heater line in front engine compartment

2019 interior upgrade: installed “Dynamat” sound/heat shield under cockpit and couch carpet, replaced green shag with neutral color carpet, replaced double bunk beds with long closed-cell foam couch/bed, replaced jackknife settee with closed-cell foam seat, reupholstered couch, settee and chair, reupholstered sidewalls with heavy foam insulation, replaced all curtains, converted broom closet to shelved pantry.

2020: replaced old inverter with updated model

2023: Barry Owen rebuilt/installed: 455 engine, oil cooler & hoses, headers, 2 mufflers, fuel pump, fuel line hose pump to carb, bypass fuel line, distributer from Dick Patterson, alternator & power steering brackets, oil filter and oil fill, water pump, transmission vac line, power brake booster, 2 CV boots, outer CV joint RF, battery, plugs & wires.

Item that may need attention:

Hot water heater may need new element

One of the EGT gauges is inoperative

Entry step does not swing in auto mode have to move it manually

Onan runs great but takes couple tries to get starter Bendix to engage.

Rebuilt 455 motor, transmission, 366 final drive, front suspension, four bagger, hydroboost stainless steel lines and hoses, mascerator, stainless mandrel bent exhaust into 1 – 3″ out. A must see!


1978 Birchhaven 23′
WA | $15,000 or best offer | listed 8-4-23
Doreen Atkinson | 425-501-4900

403 Olds Torinado engine (front wheel drive). Replaced engine and there is 25,000 miles on it. Replaced transmission 3000 miles on it and did a tuneup at that time. Put a new gas tank on it as well as replaced all shocks. Replaced gray water andblack water tanks as well as all pipes. Power steering gear, power steering pump, wiper blade pump, air bags, compressor for bags. Put in new refrigerador and replaced hot water tank. All work has been done by an authorized GM mechanic. Runs real well but dose need a right side gasket on right side manifold. It’s in good mechanical condition but upholstry and a couple bottom cuboards need work. GM manuals and all paper work for it are in motorhome. Have some spare parts such as fuel pump, radiador hoses, fuel filters and extra belts. Located in Arlington, WA.


NEW! | 1978 Royale
MI | $59,000 | listed 11-7-23
Karen | 248-219-5618 | Serious inquiries only

One of the finest, mostly original, GMC’s you’ll see! This 1978 GMC Royale was originally owned by Clarence Buskirk as his personal coach. It has been meticulously, lovingly, and proudly maintained and stored indoors in a heated facility for most of its life. This is the GMC you’ve been waiting for!

  • 26’ VIN TZE368V101014
  • 136,518 miles total
  • Less than 3,000 miles – 403 engine, rebuilt at 133, 698 miles
  • Less than 3,000 miles on rebuilt transmission with 3.70 final drive ratio
  • Less than 3,000 miles on new clutch fan, and re-cored radiator
  • 7 Weld Racing wheels 16” “Aluma-Dual II” model
  • 5 Michelin Agilis Cross Climate 225/75R16E mounted on 5/1/2022 at 135,528 miles
  • 2 Michelin XPS Rib 225/75R16 mounted on 7/6/2016 at 130,394 miles
  • Spare wheel cover: Stainless steel outer ring with fiberglass face
  • Applied GMC Quadra Bag Rear Suspension System, with two Electro-Level II compressors, Schrader valves, operational (c. mid-1990s)
  • Exterior Imron paint (c. 1995)
  • 30 amp electrical service (standard with Coachmen upfit)
  • Electric system upgraded with Blue Sea Systems components, and battery isolator (2009):
  • Blue Sea Systems Source Selector: Shore/Reverse Polarity/Generator
  • Xantrex Freedom 458 Series, Inverter/Charger
  • Xantrex Freedom Inverter/Charger Basic Remote, operational
  • Blue Sea Systems Source Selector: Generator/Reverse Polarity/Inverter
  • Blue Sea Systems Distribution Panel
  • Onan NH series 6000 watt / 50 amp circuit breaker generator, 523 hours, operational
  • 2 Interstate batteries (1 engine, 1 house), new 5/10/2021
  • 2 Dometic Brisk Air Duo Therm Heat Pump/AC Units, 15,000 BTUs, roof mounted
  • Operational dash air conditioning
  • LP tank, 62# capacity (located beneath front dinette with Coachmen upfit)
  • Ramco 5000 Heated Mirrors with remote cockpit switches including integrated turn signals, passenger side remote inoperable
  • Birch screen door with privacy shade
  • Perko exterior 3-piece marine door latch
  • Storage access, external (located on passenger side rear Coachmen upfit) with new hasp and SpringLift gas  spring (2022)
  • Fantastic Fan, with external protective cover, operational
  • Through-the-bumper hitch (2.25” receiver)
  • 2 Zip-Dee 18’ “Contour Patio Awnings,” driver and passenger side, beautiful and operational
  • Fresh water tank, 40 gallon capacity
  • Black water tank, 23 gallon capacity
  • Gray water tank, 16 gallon capacity
  • Roof marker lights, operational
  • Lighted entry handle, operational
  • Ragusa step
  • OEM external temperature gauge
  • Porch light, operational
  • 120 volt exterior outlets (standard with Royale), operational
  • Spotlight, remote operational, rotating, and operational
  • Exterior door operational window
  • Front bumper license plate step
  • Rear roof ladder
  • Roof storage pod
  • GMC mud flaps
  • Beautiful black walnut interior with pristine headliner throughout
  • Gorgeous black walnut sill and sash trim and blinds on all windows
  • Wardrobe closet (Coachman upfit feature)
  • Liquor/curio cabinet (Coachman upfit feature)
  • Vinyl-wrapped “Mac Dash” with matching French seam stitching
  • Dry bath, hand-held shower is operational
  • Kitchen single-lever faucet with spray
  • Kitchen faucet water filter
  • Aqua Magic marine toilet
  • Bath single-lever faucet
  • King, rear bed 73” long x 74” wide
  • Without slats and foam insert converts to two rare, rear twin bunks
  • Parquet folding privacy door, beautiful original condition
  • Dometic RM 2812 2-way refrigerator/freezer, operational
  • Suburban furnace, original and operational
  • Atwood 6 gallon hot water heater, operational
  • Magic Chef 4 burner gas range, original and operational, with original wooden chopping block
  • Range hood with fan and light, operational
  • Magic Chef microwave, original and operational
  • Nutone blender, original and operational, with cover, plastic pitcher with lid
  • Accessories: Nutone ice crusher
  • Front dinette/double bed, original
  • 9 volt plug at dinette, operational
  • Beige plush carpet with custom, thick vinyl snapped-on floor covering throughout
  • Vinyl privacy and UV-protective track curtains in cockpit
  • SunGuard front exterior windshield mesh cover, snap on
  • Original interior OEM dome lights with LEDs (8/2016), operational
  • CD player with rear camera
  • Console, OEM
  • Upholstery replaced by Coach Craft, no rips or tears
  • Keiper Recaro cockpit captain’s electric swivel chairs, replaced in mid 1990s
  • Footlights, LED (2022)
  • Most drawer support guide rails have been replaced (2022)
  • Wind wings
  • OEM manuals, documentation (receipts and notes)
  • Product-specific documentation
  • 2 Zip-dee chairs with matching awning fabric
  • 4 full sets of keys

This beloved coach is in exceptional condition inside and out! It is ready for your serious camping travel.


PRICE LOWERED! | 1978 Royale
NC | $23,500 | listed 11-10-23 – Price Lowered 7/6/2024
Robert Bakowski |

I purchased this motorhome in March of 2022 as a potential project to keep me busy in retirement. I was looking for something to do and I found this unit for sale in Yuma, AZ. Besides it being a project there were some sentimental reasons as I had worked with Mike Lathers (GMC Motor Home Designer) in Detroit on a Class 8 truck project in the mid-seventies. I flew out to Yuma with my wife and daughter and drove the GMC back home to Winston Salem, NC. A couple of hic-cups along the way but not a bad trip.  I have decided to sell the GMC as I own one other RV and do not need 2.  Also at my age it is a challenge doing additional work.

The GMC had some work done on the engine and transmission in California plus a new exhaust system installed. The documentation is very sparse but I did not use any oil or any other fluids on the trip. Since returning back home I have done a number of minor things that were within my abilities to improve the running and camping abilities of the GMC.

  • Replaced the brake master cylinder and the flex lines at all wheels. Purged and replaced all old brake fluid.
  • Replaced all bushings at front stabilizer.
  • Replaced front shock absorbers
  • Replaced steering wheel boots
  • Replaced front RH OB CV boot that was cracked.
  • Replaced trans linkage shift cable that was freezing up
  • Replaced distributer due to an intermittent ignition issue.
  • Replaced tachometer and tach wiring after finding short in wiring. Note: tach was not working when I purchased the GMC.
  • Rebuilt the entry door as the original installation had poor method of installation on window. Replaced all wood with aluminum reinforcements. New interior trim installed, and reset door latch to improve closure.
  • Rear closet redone after finding and sealing exterior water leaks. Replaced all spongy plywood and water damaged interior trim panels.
  • Redid majority of wiring found under closet floor – way too many wire nut connections were used originally. Provided access to water pump under closet floor.
  • Installed a conventional RV receptacle for 30AMP shore power with new 30 foot cable.
  • Replaced carburetor on genset as the old one was gummed up and caused the engine to run rough. Hours on genset are 30.
  • Installed propane alarm.

The previous owner had the following work done prior to my purchase

  • Fuel tanks dropped and socks replaced. Additional filters and pump installed in fuel line.
  • Rear wheel brakes serviced and shoes replaced.
  • All new batteries for engine, house circuits and generator in 2022.
  • Installed 140 watt solar charger system for house batteries.
  • Windows deep tinted
  • MCD roller shades installed.
  • Interior upholstery redone.
  • Rear ladder and spare wheel cover installed

I have used the GMC 3 times this year – two trips to the mountains and one trip to Myrtle Beach. Everything works well on the GMC except for the following. Dash /engine driven AC stopped working this spring and I suspect a slow leak somewhere in the system. House AC works great. Cruise control did not work when I bought the unit. The control module has been removed and it is available. If I were to keep the GMC I would put a newer electronic cruise control on the GMC.

More photos are available. Please feel free to contact me if additional information is needed.