Cooperative Motor Works, inc.
is an association of automotive artisans and GMC owners dedicated to the preservation, renovation, restoration and yes recycling of the classic front wheel drive GMC Motorhome built by General Motors from 1973-1978. Whether for coach specific parts, information or advice, locating and evaluation of a coach or for full renovation services, we are here for you. Come visit us at our facility in Orlando, Florida or follow us here, on YouTube, Facebook and most recently Patreon. Join us and be a part of the co-op, we are here for you!
We’re now on PATREON.com This is a creator based video site to see informational videos. Go to the site, register (it’s free) and get a password. Then search on the site for “Motorhome Rehab Ranch“. That’s us! We have many videos there on subjects I’m sure will be of help. Go take a look and if you like what you see…. and it’s all free…. you can show your appreciation and have my personal cell phone number to call me any time PLUS… and there’s more…. you get a Co-op work pocket T-shirt… a $15 value all for the annual membership of $50. Confused? There’s a video there that can explain it all. In this life, communication is the hardest thing… and we are trying hard to help you. Above all it’s all free and everyone can see it all. “If you give it away and it comes back…. well then there was a legitimate income derived from helping someone”
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The Co-op “cut its teeth”
on the classic GMC motorhome built from 1973-78, and after over 20 years of being in this business, we are still proud of the work we’re doing to keep this classic motorhome on the road and a viable option to spending big dollars for what today’s RV community offers. However, now the Co-op is taking in projects bringing other vintage RV’s back to the road.
We have have worked with several vintage Airstream products bringing them back to their previous glory
This is a 1973 Travco we renovated, a very interesting classic.
Proof positive we will work on about everything! This coach was featured in the “Rock my RV” show on the Travel Channel. A Dodge chassis, still it has classic lines and is a survivor of a day gone by.
So what do YOU have that you want to put back on the road?