Gmc Motorhome

Written by Jill Morrison
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The GMC motorhome was considered to be the ultimate in motorhome design. In the 1970s, the GMC model was cutting edge in design and features when compared with other available motorhomes on the market. Unfortunately, GMC no longer produces motorhome models today.

GMC Motorhome Characterisics

GMC designed their motorhome in 1970 and released the model in 1973. The formal announcement of the motorhome was in 1977. In 1978, production of the GMC motorhome was discontinued after 13,000 units were manufactured.

GMC wanted to build a motorhome that was close to perfect in design. Their motorhomes featured a low roofline and low floor. This allowed for easy entry and exit, and also easy handling because the center of gravity was lowered.

GMC motorhome production no longer exists, though there were attempts at a revival in 1982. However, GMC models can be purchased used if you can find them in newspaper ads, at dealerships, or online. GMC models include Sequoia, Glacier, Painted Desert, and Canyon Lands in the colors of white, pineapple yellow, camel, sky blue, parrot green, or bittersweet.


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