National Geographic : 1974 Jun
Ourgoal was to make getting there as much fun as being there. When we designed our GMC MotorHome, we had something quite special in mind. We wanted a motorhome that would actually be fun to drive. Which is why a GMC MotorHome looks the way it does. Aerodynamic. And low--lower than any other motorhome. So it can handle crosswinds. And corners. That's also why we've provided it with front-wheel drive, a 455-cubic-inch V-8 with automatic transmission, and tandem rear wheels with air suspension. So it can handle highway speeds. And off-highway bumps. Not that we've ignored living com fort. In fact, 15 floor plans, in four different color-coordinated decors, are available. If you want specifics, send for our 28 -page color catalog. Simply write: GMC MotorHome Headquarters, Drawer Y, Dept. 323, Lansing, Mich. 48909. Better yet, see your local GMC MotorHome dealer. The GMC MotorHome. It doesn't look like a box. It doesn't ride like a truck. The MotorHome from General Motors.