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Evergreen Alabama is where they were manufactured
The designer - Emmett Dale
I have seen only two other than the ones that I had and one still belongs today to Mr. Dale.
A total of about 300 were built, the first 200+ called Flxable and the final few called Mobilux Cruiser (exactly the same other than the nameplate).
An article in the upcoming issue of “Dinosaur Hunter” vintage RV magazine includes factory photos….
Model: mobilux cruiser
Engine Type: 454 Chev
Fuel Mileage: 9+
My 1974 has a generator placed in the back right compartment to use in areas that have no power facilities.
Our 1972 Mobilux just came to live with us yesterday! It's a shame that your forums are closing, because we would love to post!
1972 Mobilux Motorhome, Dodge chassis, 413 engine, 59,000 miles, AT, sleeps 4, 12volt/120volt, kitchen, bath. Have original receipt, all manuals.
We weren't really in the market for a moho purchase, but hubby fell in love with it and had to have her! She needs some TLC on the engine and outside, but the interior is pretty much original and EVERYTHING WORKS. The craftsmanship in building this thing was amazing. Came with every scrap of paper associated with Mobilux! Original manual 3-ring binder and Dodge Engine and Chassis Factory Service Manuals to boot!
Lynn Johnson - email@example.com
I was just given a 1974 mobilux that was left in a storage place! it has a 454 engine and a onan generator, i am looking for a serious buyer! this MH has virtualy no rust or body damage at all! runs but seems to have an exhaust leak somewhere because its a little loud, could use some TLC on the interiorn it all seems to be there. If interested please call or 505-712-6770 kim all offers will be considered. this MH is all white! would like the owner of the one depicted on this page (Stillcrazy5@yahoo.com)to contact me at phone numbers given or at (firstname.lastname@example.org) for I have a few questions!
Here is some pictures of my 1972 Mobilux Cruiser
The cruiser was one of two models of the mobilux the cruiser which is more common and the cutter I have a 73 cutter it is just a shorter chassis with a small block 350 Chevy will try to get some pictures my grandfather bought it new and gave it to me a few years ago