'70-'71 Grumman Motorhome

23' self contained motorhome with generator Chevrolet C30 chassis 350 engine, 300 horsepower sleeps up to 6 people

Location: Smyrna, GA
Members: 11
Latest Activity: Apr 17, 2012

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It must be a nice one. I would like to see more pictures.Also would like to remind people that NASA chose GRUMMAN to build the LUNAR LANDERS.Continue

Started by FRANK KRAHMER Jul 1, 2010.

Would love to see it

 Hey I wrote you earlier today from your cl ad. I would love to know more about it, see it in person. Hope we talk soon, thanks!Continue

Started by Gwynndela Glitter Apr 22, 2010.

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Comment by Stanley Terry on April 17, 2012 at 12:12pm

Is this Grumman still for sale? if so contact me at  or if anyone has a 1970-1971 Grumman/ Chevy motorhome 23ft. contact me, I'm interested in running and non-running ones as long as windshields are good.

                                                          Thanks Stan

Comment by Stanley Terry on April 14, 2012 at 7:47pm

I have a 1970 Grumman/Chevy 23 ft. Motorhome and I love her, I can't wait to find windshields for her so I can finish restoring her to her past glory. She's all origional with just 53,000 on the clock, runs like new with power you wouldn't believe for a 350 smallblock. If anyone out there knows where I can find the 2 curved windshields I need to finish her I would forever be greatful and in your debt. Contact me at  Thank you all for your help.

                           Sincerely, Stanley T.

Comment by Laurie Brokaw on July 2, 2010 at 9:27am
Is itsold? Link to craigs list is not working. Love to see more pictures.

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Started by FRANK KRAHMER Jul 1, 2010.

Would love to see it

Started by Gwynndela Glitter Apr 22, 2010.

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