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1973 Georgie Boy Motor Home Exhibit "A"


1973 Georgie Boy Motor Home

Engine is a MoPar (Chrysler/Dodge) 360 cid V8.
Transmission is a MoPar TorqueFlite 727.
Suspension is leaf spring and massive.
Frame and floor are excellent.
Body is aluminium over timber frame.

Jobs that I have done on the motorhome:
  • New transmission filter and sump gasket
  • New fuel filter
  • Reconditioned starter motor
What's wrong / The Bad Points
  • I don't guarantee this is an exhaustive list, especially since the unit is 34 years old.
  • I have, however, done my best to list the negatives as they occur to me.
  • Engine runs well, but sounds blat-blat due to exahaust manifold leaks
  • 2 points of rot shown in accompanying images; new timber included with motorhome
  • Some small cracks evident in tyre sidewalls, but tyres don't lose air
  • Rear left window has a crack; and I think the rear window also does too
  • Starter solenoid sometimes fails; vehicle can be started by bridging a screwdriver across the solenoid terminals
  • Shower head securing peg snapped (meaning that the shower head can't be hung up)
  • Some of the resealing of aluminium panels is a little thick/sloppy
  • Dashboard A/C does not work
The Good Points
  • Roof mounted A/C blows cold
  • Onan 4.0 kW generator, with 2-way switches, runs great
  • Solar panel (roof) for trickle charging battery
  • 6 berth
  • 55,033 miles only
  • just completed a 1,330 mile road trip from Naples Florida, to my place in NE Indiana.
  • Engine does not burn/use any oil
  • Main door and screen door
  • Plenty of propane in the tank for heater & cooker
  • 6 wheeler

Archived 7/27/2007

Asking Price SOLD 8/2008
Location Kendallville, IN 46755


This rot about 9" or 10" in the horizontal timber. I forgot to photograph the extractor fan and cooker hood but they ARE included with the motorhome. They have been removed to reveal the state of the sidework behind.



This rot is below the left side window. Panel has not been removed, and so I cannot comment upon the length of the afflicted area.


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