1963 GM Coach Custom Bus/RV: There are hundreds of RVs on the
roads of this great country and many of them are $100-300k rigs.
Unless you are an RV salesman for a living, you probably pass a
quarter million dollar rig every day and never appreciate how much
the owner spent. That's because they are BORING!!! This unique 35"
Coach model 4106 bus is far from boring. It features all the
durability and creature comforts of a new RV yet is has some style.
It's that rare "head-turner" (in a good way) that gets the job done
and costs about 1/2 what your pay for a "box with 4 tires" RV. The
most recent owner purchased this Coach Bus about 2 years ago with
no corrosion and a little over 80k original miles (apprx 90k now)
on her. He then poured a TON of money into getting her from Great
to Excellent condition. It has been driven from Texas to Wisconsin
and back with no issues and cruises great at 75-80mph. The bus was
only offered for sale because the owner's knee surgery makes it
tough for him to push the clutch comfortably on long drives. Below
is the long list features on this bus and details of the recent
Features and options on this GM Coach include; 871 Detroit Diesel, 4 Speed Manual, RWD, 140 Gallon Tank, Dual A/C (ceiling mounted), Power Air Brakes, Power Steering, Gas Generator, Roof Solar Panels, Roof Top Antenna, Halogen Light Bulbs, New Travel-Awn 5000 Awning (never used), Flexsteel Furniture, Fold-out Couch, Complete Day/Night Shades, Pioneer AM/FM/MP3/ CD Stereo, Complete Interior Surround Sound, Mirage CB Radio, Extensive Interior Wood Trim, 2 Burner Stove, Microwave, Toaster, Norcold Fridge/Freezer, 2 TVs, Voyager Rear Camera, Bathroom w/ Shower, Tow Package, Tire Tools, Full Spare, Alloy Rims, and 6 Brand New Doublestar DSR266 Tires!
To achieve the "worry-free ride" the previous owner was after, he spared no expense getting his Model 4106 ready for the road. In the last year the 871 Detroit diesel was completely rebuilt, radiator was rebuilt, all new king pins, all new airbags (8), and new brakes. The steering box from a '74-'80 bus was added and the steering gear ration was changed from 2-to1 to now a 1-to-1 ratio. The final touch was to have the entire exterior professionally polished.
Mechanically sound, Cosmetically beautiful, Unique, Classic and just over all very affordable for what it offers. Considering all this I'd say this is the best RV on the market. Come take a look and a test drive and we're positive you will agree!