Built by the LifeTime Corporation, this motorhome was purchased new and driven home from Iowa in 1967.

Lovingly used during the summers to travel across the United States from 1967 to the 1980s. Was parked in its present place after a trip and hasn't been moved since. We are looking to clean up our house and we would like it to go to someone who will bring it back to life and put it back on the road.

The motorhome, Ford inline 6 engine, came fully appointed and was overhauled and customized in the 1970's with a dually rear axle.

The motorhome is located in the Queens Borough of NYC. We are happy to GIVE it to anyone who can tow it away with plans to restore it + the $150 that will be needed to replace the title (unless we find the title by then).

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thats a great deal for someone close.

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