Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Tiny Homeless: 1966 Clark Cortez Motorhome

The Clark Cortez motorhomes built back in the 60s are pretty cool vehicles that get overlooked in many of the typical classic van/RV discussions.  But, they are a nice size that still fits in a lot of parking spaces and offers a whole lot more interior volume than a fullsize van (except maybe for a big high-roof Sprinter or Transit, but those are still expensive). Today we've got a pair from tipper Zach Z.  Find this 1966 Clark Cortez offered for $5,500 in Anchorage, AK via craigslist.


From the seller:
Needs work on roof(started) and new carpet, cleaned up and it's ready to go, lot's of potential. Slant 6 Dodge truck engine with front wheel drive and power steering, runs great and have the original manuals. Great project for a very rare rv or a good start on a very rare food truck. Factory roof top carrier and ladder (not in photos).


The second example is this 1969 Clark Cortez offered for $4,500 in Anchorage, AK via craigslist. From the seller:
Hard to find, deluxe interior, full kitchen, bath w/ shower, window covers, bed extension, sleeps 4, one piece 16" wheels w/ good rubber, 302 Ford V-8, 4 spd. transmission, front wheel drive w/ power steering. Needs some work but a lot to work with. Have all the original manuals and paper work.


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5 comments:

  1. Saw this somewhere: http://www.dailyturismo.com/2014/07/20k-so-i-hear-you-like-motorhomes-1965.html...and the “Lobotomobile”....http://www.wondersandmarvels.com/2016/03/fighting-the-legend-of-the-lobotomobile.html

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    1. Converting a 130wb/MR Transit right now. 10.5' to work with...ain't much.

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  2. Fleetwood T. BroughamAugust 30, 2017 at 12:18 PM

    Fly to Alaska, buy this, drive to middle of nowhere, recreate final scenes of "Into the Wild". Who wouldn't enjoy that?

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    1. Sign me up for eating rancid moose meat and poisonous berries, then dying in the cold, cold loneliness. Sounds great!

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