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Cinnabar Engineering, Inc. is the distributor of all GMC Motorhome and GMC Transmode publications.We also publish GMC Motorhome News, a publication dedicated to the preservation of this classic and timeless vehicle.: Cinnabar Engineering, Inc. stocks a wide range of parts for GMC Motorhomes and Chevrolet, Ford and Workhorse chassis motorhomes.
Over 30 years ago, Bob Hendershot had a 1973 GMC Motorhome and found it very difficult to get parts to service his Motorhome. After many phone calls, trial and err, he had found replacement parts for his GMC Motorhome.
GMC Motorhome Sales 1978 Birchaven 23-foot, Side Bath. To Be Completely Renovated And Mechanically Renewed At Cinnabar Engineering, Inc. 18-Month unlimited mileage warranty.
GMCers.ORG Telling the World About the GMC Motorhome. Welcome! So, you were driving on the interstate, and you saw something unlike anything you have ever seen.
A Brief History of the GMC Motorhome Genesis of a Design In the heady days after the United States landed a man on the moon, General Motor engineers set out to design the ultimate traveling machine.
Cooperative Motor Works, Inc. We are an association of Automotive Artisans and GMC Owners. We are not only dedicated to the restoration of these classic front wheel drive GMC Motorhomes, built by GM from 1973-1978; we are also highly educated and dedicated to the preservation, renovation, and YES! the recycling of these dinosaurs as well.
Trip and Mt. Hood Rally Photos and a Video by Daniel Jacobs. The photo gallery below was submitted by Daniel Jacobs who, with his wife Marjon, bought a GMC in the Tucson, AZ area and drove it 3,700 miles to the Mt. Hood rally and returned to Arizona.
Old Sales Material (nastalgia) Click on any of the listed brochures to view them. Here is a list of Publications and Advertisers that featured the GMC Motorhome.. TRANSPO 72 Provided by Peter Brandt. Thanks Peter. 1973 Magazine Article
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