BF Classified: 1977 GMC 26′ Kingsley Motorhome

Seller’s Description: This cool GMC Motorhome is an awesome survivor that has been maintained in the original condition and style of 1977. Clearly an “inside” treasure, log books detail years of regular maintenance (even fuel mileage logs) that include the rebuilding of the engine, axles, transmission and general drivetrain at 86,000 miles among many other regular maintenance items. Even the optional onboard central vacuum works fine and includes all the extensions (and two new bags). She runs and drives great. The gelcoat shines up nice and there are lots of factory upgrades like the cool GMC locking spare cover, roof rack and storage with non-slip roof coating, Satellite style TV antenna, tow package, etc. Side bath, Sleeps 6

Price: $29,500
Location: Stanton, CA
Mileage: 129,200
Title Status: Missing
VIN: TZE167V101151

Seller’s Listing: Here on eBay

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Comments

  1. PaulinMiami

    Wow, beautiful!

    Like 3
  2. Stan Marks

    Very sharp ride. Looks super clean, inside & out. Well taken care of.
    I hope you get your price.

    Like 3
  3. Eric_13cars Eric_13cars Member

    Missing title??? All that work, $30K price, and NO title?

    Like 11
    • Dale Davis Member

      Good question. The previous owner left back DMV fees due in California of about $800 and lost the title. Those fees would have to be paid in order to get a replacement title. Some buyers live in States where a Bill of Sale works just fine so wasting $800 in CA can be a useless effort and waste of money. If needed, I have a local DMV service available that can process a registration and new title on the spot. I’m happy to discuss and work out what’s best for the buyer.

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  4. Ben

    We have a company in our town that specializes in restoring these.

  5. Mike

    Cue the movie quotes….

    Like 3
  6. Farhvergnugen

    EM-50 Urban Assault Vehicle!!

    Like 1
    • Jeff

      Yeah, we know. We all know…

      Like 1
  7. PJH

    Always liked the GM design of these.
    But that interior certainly needs some updating. There was nothing beautiful about a 70’s interior! The cheap paneling, the harvest gold and or rusty orange upholstery and carpet of the day was never tasteful, even back then! (my parents house had avacado green carpet and matching colored appliances back then) The green was called Revere Green if I remember.
    That said, these are still really cool and looked ahead of their time.
    I’d pimp the interior with something like a victorian velvet and tufted upholstery and matching drapes / window coverings. Maybe some fancy carved ornamental woodwork where needed would set it off…like an 1800’s private rail car !!
    The outside of course would have to be painted appropriately.
    That’s what I’m talkin about !!

    • dab

      Hopefully it never falls into a guy like PJH’s hands

      • PJH

        Few people have proper direction in design and execution.
        At no time since the Victorian era, has there been a better, more lavish or luxurious execution of materials.
        Sorry dab. The minimalist / modern movement (plain white interior walls, no woodwork, cheap vinyl siding, no architectural details in or out, etc etc) is NOT for me!
        I remember Danny “The Count” on counting cars did his RV over in his particular taste of tufted purple velvet for his interior. Pretty wild but I admired it.
        To each his own I guess!

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  8. dab

    This thing has made it this far while keeping it’s originality. I wouldn’t change anything.

    Like 1

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