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1977 Revcon - $18,000 (Rancho Mirage)


1977 Revcon

condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 74000
paint color: custom
rv type: class A
size / dimensions: 9'8" x 7'6" x 30'
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

Vintage RV in good condition (similar to GMC/Airstream). Charles Kuralt’s famous “On the Road” program featured a Revcon motorhome. Ideal floor plan - original paint, beautiful cabinets and countertops, 3/4 bath with shower, great kitchen, new refrigerator, lots of storage, newer engine, AC, brakes, upholstery, carpet. Onan generator, tow bar. This beauty is worth maintaining or using for a tiny house or guest house.

The Airstream Connection
It’s no secret that Revcon construction bears a striking resemblance to Airstream trailers. It’s also no coincidence. John Hall was the stepson of Airstream founder Wally Byam. John knew that the all aluminum construction was far superior to anything else being built at the time. The entire shell was aluminum framing, with aluminum sheets riveted to the inside and outside. The walls and roof were built this way, with no seams in the roof to leak. It was also much more rigid than the typical wooden studs with thin aluminum siding stapled to the outside and plywood paneling stapled to the inside.
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