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1976 GMC Palm Beach 260 [ZE-06581]

1976 GMC Palm Beach [ZE-06581] in Stripes, Movie, 1981 IMDB

Class: Bus, Class A Motorhome — Model origin: US

1976 GMC Palm Beach 260 [ZE-06581]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle


Firebird86 US

2006-06-26 02:11


1976 GMC Palm Beach 26'Class A

Animatronixx DE

2008-06-30 16:36


Wouldn´t it be better to insert a "Motorhome" between the "GMC" and the "Palm Beach"? I think that would be more exact.

EarlyDatsun6 US

2011-04-23 19:35


Animatronixx wrote Wouldn´t it be better to insert a "Motorhome" between the "GMC" and the "Palm Beach"? I think that would be more exact.

Yes, it certainly seems that would be most appropriate. Interesting that a brand would somehow 'naturally' need to usurp a generic term in place of a model name. Actually, in this case, it would be a 'super'-model name since the models were Palm Beach, Eleganza, Painted Desert, Royale, Glacier, etc. It WOULDN'T seem fitting to just refer to them as a "GMC Palm Beach", though anyone familiar with them would understand the concept completely. To the uninitiated, you couldn't say that 'cause they'd be thinking of a new CAR or TRUCK model, never a motorhome.

So, GMC Motorhome to describe the group, and GMC Palm Beach Motorhome (capitalized, not lower-case) for the complete model. It would sound simply weird to say "GMC Motorhome Palm Beach". Sounds like a Craig's List ad.

Skid US

2013-02-11 14:48


This one was on the market last year. It's been repainted solid white at some point.

http://www.gmcclassics.com/chatter/sold.html - partway down the page.

sgtpepper1138 US

2013-06-18 07:40


Anyone know what happened to the film vehicle?

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