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The GMC Motorhome was manufactured by the GM Truck & Coach Division for model years 1973-1978 in Pontiac, Michigan, USA — as the only complete motorhome built by a major auto/truck manufacturer and serving as a "halo" vehicle for GMC. The motorhome was conceived not as just a "camper," but as a vehicle for comfortable travel as well. The design was radical for the day with front-wheel drive and a low profile, fully integrated body.  It was offered in two versions: Model 230 was 23 feet long, Model 260 was 26 feet long.  Both could be ordered fully furnished in-house by GM, or as an empty shell to be customized elsewhere.  A total just short of 13,000 were built during its 6 year run.

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