Pristine 1977 GMC Motorhome Hiding Modern and Luxurious Living Space

In addition to passenger cars and trucks, General Motors also manufactures commercial vehicles and specialty vehicles. In fact, in the ’70s, the American automaker GMC’s Truck & Coach Division also made recreational vehicles called Motorhomes. The 26-foot-long RV is equipped with six wheels but is driven only by the front wheels. It was produced from 1973 to 1978.

That’s exactly what this clean looking GMC is… or at least before it was restored and modified by Creative Phone Interior. Apparently, this motorhome was found rusty near a dumpster with a flat tire before its current owners, Bob and Janet Prince, picked it up and spent the money getting the old vehicle back into shape.

CMI says that the building first went through a complete restoration underneath. Chassis, engine, drivetrain – almost all the mechanics have been updated and upgraded before the restoration and modification of the exterior and interior began.

Stripped to the bone, this GMC Motorhome received a new HVAC set, 7KW generator, plumbing, electrical system, and dashboard, along with other luxury promises you can see in the photos. Of note, the smart lock system/thermostat/detector, music, TV/satellite, lighting, HVAC and generator are all controlled via the integrated iPad.

But that’s not all. CMI also designed the restored Motorhome to have heated floors, a complete washer/dryer, and a fine material finish. It even has a wine bar and bathtub.

To match the interior, CMI has also upgraded the exterior by fitting the front and rear fairings into the new Girard awnings. The front is also given a Chevy Silverado fascia, while the rear is sourced from the Cadillac rear fascia.

Of course, with the hard work being put into an aging RV to turn it into a luxurious living space, it comes at a price. Based on Autopian$500,000 spent on conversions.

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