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Status SOLD!
New or Used Used
Year 1996
Make AM General
Model M35A3
Color OD Green
Price $14,500.00
Description
1996 AM General M35A3 with included M103a3 trailer! This is one of the 5,500 M35A2's that was rebuilt by AM General between 1993 - 1999. Those overhauls included: New automatic Allison transmission installed, New CAT 3116 turbo Diesel engine, Fiberglass hood, Michelin 14.5R20XL single tires, Rockwell T-136 high speed transfer case, Air-assisted steering, 10,000lb winch, complete re-wire, insulated cab, wipers, CTIS tire inflation system, 3-point safety belts, new paint, cab heater, etc.. etc.. This unit has the troop seats in the rear, as well as the rear cover. Most of the M35A3's will not have the seats & cover, let alone the front winch, but this one also comes with an original Antenna, which you never see. These are great for mounting a flag for things like parades. This truck also has the rear-facing forward blinkers, and has had a 2" receiver hitch installed below the pintle hook hitch. Obviously this truck can haul anything. 6x6 wheel drive gets you anywhere, and it can ford 6' of water! This truck serial # is 503262 and is a 1996. The max height is 9'4", length is 23', and weight is around 14,600. These are perfectly street legal and can be registered by anyone, no different than something like a dump truck. The M103a3 trailer is included, and has tires that are less than 4 years old.
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Status SOLD!
New or Used Used
Year 1983
Make Foretravel
Model TRAVCO 320 SBI-RB
Color White, orange, brown
Description
If you've got a few minutes then sit back and read about the greatest motorhome to ever enter the state of Maine!:

This 1983 Travco by Foretravel was originally priced around $100,000 when new, which translates to over $200,000 in today's dollars when adjusted for inflation. This supremely well-crafted unit was made to mimic all the elegance and quality of an Airstream motorhome, but is more spacious, and has a fiberglass body instead of aluminum. It was stored INDOORS for the first 28 years of its life by the original 2 owners who cared for it with unequaled love and attention. The first owner was an engineer who knew exactly how to work on anything mechanical / electrical, and the second owner was a campground owner who knew everything about campers. This unit has seen no snow, and virtually no rain, it has no rust, and remarkably; leaks not a single drop of fluids from the engine or transmission after having been run for any length of time. The chassis has 102,000 miles on it, but the replacement engine it contains has only 62,000 miles. This is the only Travco we have ever seen here, and possibly the only one to be in Maine at the moment. We believe that Foretravel only made about 50 of these per year in the early 1980's due to its restrictive price during the recession and high gas-prices of the time. This unit has a Roadmaster Chassis (uses Dodge components) which is a municipal bus type frame and it has an Allison transmission! These frames were built with abuse in mind and were meant to go 1,000,000 miles. This was one of the first ways that a civilian could own an Allison transmission as Allison only began selling their transmissions to bus chassis manufacturers (non military) in the late 70's / early 80's. The options are as follows below in the picture files with bulleted text:
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