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      Antique Motorhome Factory Built

      1941 Marmon-Harrington / Ford

      Factory built on a 1941 Ford truck chassis. This coach was never a passenger carrying bus. Possibly was a mobile dressing room/transportation. Originally powered by a six cylinder pancake (laying on itís side) engine located mid-ship. The drive train has since been updated with a six-cylinder Ford 300 CID industrial gas motor. It has a 4 Speed main, 3 Speed Auxiliary (Brownlipe) and a 2 Speed (Manual) rear-end. A modern front axle (Ford) with modern self-adjusting brakes and matching five hole Bud wheel pattern. The coach has tilt steering wheel, power steering and hydra-boost power brakes. Dual fuel tanks. This coach averages 9 mpg towing a small car and will easily run Interstate speeds.

      Body (Exterior)
      The coachwork is tubular steel covered with aluminum plate. There are aircraft screws and safety nuts securing each plate. Access is by three different doors. driver, passenger and on the right side. Four windows roll down in the front, the driverís door, the driverís side window, the passenger door, and the passenger side window as well. Along the side the windows are original jalousie type windows.

      Body (Interior)
      Birchwood paneling and cabinets. Original stainless countertops in kitchen and bathroom. Original 1940ís propane stove with oven.

      Modern compressor type refrigerator that operates on 12V or 110V. 13,500 BTU rooftop A/C. Demand fresh water system with 100 gallon tank. China toilet with holding tanks for grey and sewage water. Propane forced air central heating. Propane water heater. 4KW Onan light plant. Power supply to supply 12V when parked.


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