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1972 Open Road Americana

1972 Open Road Americana in The Incredible Hulk, TV Series, 1977-1982 IMDB Ep. 3.14

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

1972 Open Road Americana

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2006-09-17 18:47

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Firebird86 US

2006-09-17 19:00

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Open Road?

stronghold EN

2006-09-17 19:21

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Firebird86 wrote Open Road?

...No it's a field with the carnival.! :D

stronghold EN

2006-09-17 19:32

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I've searched for a while ..but have only found one picture of it ..but the site is no longer there ...and pic unavailable.! (..the pic is of a 1973 model ..looks the same to me) ..new make
Thanks.. Firebird86.!

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Ddey65 US

2006-09-17 20:47

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I remember seeing Open Road motor homes that had grilles like 1969 Chevrolet C-Series pickups. Is anybody else familiar with those?




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Firebird86 US

2006-09-17 22:43

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Ddey65 wrote I remember seeing Open Road motor homes that had grilles like 1969 Chevrolet C-Series pickups. Is anybody else familiar with those?



Yes, Ive seen Open Road Campers like that, but they utilize the C-Series Cab w/ a Camper body. Those are Class "C" Motorhomes, the camper aboves utilizes a forward control chassis and a Camper body, making this one a Class "A". (If thats what you were referring to) :) Perhaps a different year used a Chevrolet Grill and a Class "A" body, Id have to search a little....

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Ddey65 US

2006-09-18 14:41

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Firebird86 wrote Perhaps a different year used a Chevrolet Grill and a Class "A" body, Id have to search a little....

I'm well aware of the difference between Class A & Class C motor homes, Firebird86. But yes, the ones I'm talking about are Class A's. Class C's have the C-Series cabs, these just had grilles that looked like the '69 C-Series pickups.

Firebird86 US

2006-09-18 16:11

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I didnt mean to infer that you didnt know the difference, I apologize, btw, Did you ever find those pics of old motorhomes you were looking for, we sure could use them, :)

Ddey65 US

2006-09-18 23:42

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Firebird86 wrote I didnt mean to infer that you didnt know the difference, I apologize, btw, Did you ever find those pics of old motorhomes you were looking for, we sure could use them, :)

No, I still haven't. Come to think of it, I often wonder how you find a lot of your info about RV's.

Apology accepted, BTW.



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Firebird86 US

2006-09-19 01:59

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Firebird86 wrote sites like the following: http://www.kwyjibo.com/rv/ http://www.thebiglot.com/searchResultsRV.asp?AT=4&MK=WINNEBAGO
http://www.gmcmotorhomes.com/
Link to "www.lazydays.com"
http://www.vintagebirds.com/
http://www.rvaid.net/sportscoach/
Plus I sold them, new and used, for several years. I used to get alot of strange stuff traded in, lol

tonkatracker US

2012-01-27 00:19

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Americana

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