is a page where I post things sent to me by GMC owners. Interesting things that show how the GMC is being used today, the freedom they give and the enjoyment a 30+ year old motorhome is to own. If you are interested in getting involved with a GMC, come here often and see what we mean when we say, you are always on the edge of a great time when you own a GMC. These posts are in no order other than when they were sent in.
Driving Mrs Bea
This was picking up a GMC in Penn. after a long 3 year sit and driving it to safety to our shop in Orlando Driving Mrs Bea
Delivery of the Huntington Flash
A delivery I will not soon forget Huntington Flash
If you think this only happens to the other guy, think again. We all have this problem! Got Crack?
Road report from Dave & Bobbi– enjoy Dave & Bobbi
The “Dennis Report”
A retrospect look and download of the fun and excitement one GMC owner had with his coach– you should be so lucky! Dennis report
Perk of this business
To me, few things are more enjoyable and something I look forward to than a coach deliver. Follow this one— enjoy
Hug your Tranny
Here’s a story sent in by Rick and Mary Williams about a nightmare we all have about our coach. It’s a tough one alright but it also shows how the GMC community pitches together and helps all. Try to get help like this driving any other machine! It is a bit long but hey, it’s worth the read. So get a glass of water, squiggle into your easy chair and get the light set just right, I think you will enjoy this. Hug your tranny
Here’s a story sent in by a new GMC owner, a young guy who wanted to say something,
go to A good choice and listen what he has to say.
Going to the Gators
Bill Bagley (one of our flamboyant friends with a GMC here in Orlando) sent in this story of a big trip he took with his pride and joy. Take a read and maybe if you are really lucky you too can have this sort of fun. Go to Gator hunting
I mean come on, look out the back window of Fitz coach at Crystal River here in Florida. Hey and check out his bad to the bone rig got his “fold-a-boat” up on the roof, dragging a towd loaded with everything his family could want to have a great weekend and that he did. Fitz is sporting one of our Co-op Crate motors too so we have a vested interest in him having a good time with his machine. Rock on Man!
So you want to get away from it all?
man, now isn’t this beautiful: I mean now that’s a sky and there is no problem with traffic out there! This comes to us from Jerry Keck. These were taken on a trip near Parker Arizona on the Colorado River. He says you need to be sure your coach is in good repair and you have some basic replacement parts on board before you get out in an area like this. Hey, I wonder if his cell phone worked out there and the road (if there was one) was on the auto club map? Could be those dual trucker CB antennas are his means of communication? Man, what a great backdrop for an original Palm Beach body finish! “Keep on Truckin” with that bad GMC, enjoy the trip and thanks for the pics. 8.16.06
Oh give me a home where the Buffalo roam…
Jim, I’ve attached a few photos of my GMC and how I moved from the nasty winters of Michigan to the desert area of Phoenix. While in Michigan, I was able to use my GMC only a few months out of the year. When I retired to Chandler AZ, I can use it as much as my wallet will allow. Other than the year round opportunities, Arizona has a wide variety of terrain as well as lots of free and inexpensive camping opportunities! I love to get away from the crowds and take my GMC out in the desert just short of getting stuck! As you can see the sunsets are amazing–perfect for a nice evening cocktail!! You are in good company, I have many customers that have moved to Arizona bringing their coach with them, I like open spaces too and heat— well where I livew it is a fact of life– thanks for the pics.
This is a shot at a remote lake in Georgia. We had pulled in after dark the night before, and knew that we were near water. Other than that we had no idea how spectacular the overnite stop was going to be. With our miniature pinscher dog, we had been concerned about alligators in the lake. We didn’t see any, but found out later that the water was full of them. There must not have been any fish, however, as son didn’t catch anything. Bruce Hannover
Montana is the place to be
This is 2 Medicine Park at Glacier National Park in Montana, Wally Anderson was right when he said this pic looks like some advertising literature. Looks like the GMC and a VW camper is ganging up on the Skooby Van for a BBQ Both these classics share one thing– living through the test of time to be great examples of engineering design. I loved my 2 VW vans, still have pieces of the last one! I think I’ve even got one of those Skooby Van toys too!