My father passed away a few months back and we need to get rid of his motor home.  His is the original owner of his 1972 Chevy Mobilux.  It is 25 ft. long, has heat and air and an extra gas tank for very long stretches of travel.

Anyone who has seen this, it has a wonderful bench seat forward seating arrangement for 4 (we fit 5 when we were small), which turns into the dinette.  It sleeps 6 with two sling type bunks in the back (we loved as kids). I think it has approximately 126,000 miles, but the odometer doesn't have a hundred thousand dial~ crazy! ~ so I suppose it could be 200,000+  That seems high, but I am not really sure.

It has been sitting for a long time, and needs work- though it was driven into it's current spot before my dad could no longer get about.  If noone actually wants to take it on, we will need to donate it- probably for parts- which makes me sad, but I suppose all good things have an end.  

I'll try to get photos, but I can answer any questions.

We are in Sacramento, California.

Tags: Mobilux, motorhome, old, unusual

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Hello. I live in Lake County, CA and own a 1973 Chevy Mobilux and was wondering if you still have your 1972 Chevy Mobilux. That's before you decide to donate it. I would happily give it a good home if you choose to part ways with it. My name is Erik. My email is And my phone # is (707)350-0751. I would like to know more about it if possible.




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