Hall GTC

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Hall Grand Touring Coach

GTC's were all made in 1973 for the '74 year model. They were designed as a high-end Class C or B+ by John Hall; the same man who was behind Revcon, and who was the step-son of Wally Byam, the founder of Airstream. The one piece fiberglass coach body is built on a factory lengthened Dodge B-300 chassis with a heavy outer shell, urethane foam insulation and full fiberglass inner liner with a steel inner frame.The interior is similar to the Revcon "flatnose", with lots of teak trimmed cabinetry, big double galley sink, custom power vent over a 4-burner Magic Chef range with oven, a convertible dinette with exapandable fold-down seats and a hide-away table.There is a private rear cabin with fold-out privacy screening and a  "gaucho" that pulls out to form a full size bed - or it can be just left out as a permanent bed. The head includes a stand-up or sit-down shower with more nice cabinet work. The engine is a Dodge 360, followed by a Loadflyte 727 transmission and a 4:10 rear end. There are 50 gallons of fuel, 45 of fresh water, 15 gallons of black and 30 of grey water.

For more details you can visit our website, which has a number of photos of different rigs and various magazine articles from late 1973. The website is located at: 

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