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Owned by Steve Terrell
"Steve T."
Bolter # 17639
Arizona
 
01 June 2009
# 2609

From Steve :

Hi again,

Here are some pics of my 1966 GMC motorhome.

Interior - cab dash - side view

I was looking for some suggestions for beefing up what came stock on this 1-ton dually with 157" wheelbase. It was manufactured at the Fremont, Calif. plant and was the platform for a motorhome made in Calif. at Westway Coach Mfg.

The truck is mechanically perfect. The wiring has been a challenge but all has been repaired or replaced. I have gone through the coach and she is now ready for any trip any where. I have more confidence in this rig than I have in my late model pickup!!

I was thinking of raising the rear a little and stiffening the rear leafs for added weight and also hauling my jeep on my 16' flatbed. I also want to be more stable in windy conditions that usually find you out here on the Arizona highways.

Thanks,

Steve T

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