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Old 04-07-2017, 03:08 PM   #1
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1959 gillig motor coach in ALASKA

I'm not savvy enough for pictures on this thread. But I will leave contact info and send you tons of pictures.
I own a 1959 GILLIG motorcoach conversion that was converted in the late 70s. Has a stove, fridge, bathroom shower, and a butt ton of potential, we started a remodel of it, with the intentions of customizing it to out lifestyle and modernizing it.
We pretty much just got the old carpet ripped out and got all the dust cleaned up and started beefing up the insulation when the money ran out.
I am located in WASILLA ALASKA. And it needs just a little tinkering to get it running again. Drove over to the spot we have it. And by tinkering I mean it just needs a new seat and the control panel wired back in. Opening the carburetor would be the difference between going 35 and 55.
Contact me with any questions or suggestions.
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Old 04-07-2017, 03:46 PM   #2
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I'm not savvy enough for pictures on this thread. But I will leave contact info and send you tons of pictures.
I own a 1959 GILLIG motorcoach conversion that was converted in the late 70s. Has a stove, fridge, bathroom shower, and a butt ton of potential, we started a remodel of it, with the intentions of customizing it to out lifestyle and modernizing it.
We pretty much just got the old carpet ripped out and got all the dust cleaned up and started beefing up the insulation when the money ran out.
I am located in WASILLA ALASKA. And it needs just a little tinkering to get it running again. Drove over to the spot we have it. And by tinkering I mean it just needs a new seat and the control panel wired back in. Opening the carburetor would be the difference between going 35 and 55.
Contact me with any questions or suggestions.
9073623604
So, you posted in Classifieds | Buy, Sell, Swap. Is this for sale? What kind of engine/transmission does it have? Pre-1960 I am assuming a stickshift, but you know what happens when you assume.

If you'd like you can take some pics and send them to one of us, but if you look just above the place you're typing into there are a bunch of little icons and one of them is a paperclip. Pop that open and use the browse button to find the pics on your computer. We're going to need some pics if you want to find a serious buyer, here or anywhere.

Sorry; I don't know how it works on a smartphone.
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Old 04-07-2017, 09:29 PM   #3
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I can send multiple photos text.
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