154,000 MILES

A classic ride for cross country traveling and camping.   All original front wheel drive with 455 engine and a smooth air ride.

For Sale $17,500.00

1973 GMC Motorhome 23′

1973 Original Books, 4 Vehicle GMC manuals:
GMC Motorhome Maintenance Manual X-7525A and X-7525B,  GM Motorhome Transmode Service Parts Operation Parts Book, New Owners Original GMC Motor Home Operating
REBUILD 500 miles 455 engine,COACH 154,000 MILES
MSD Ignition Performance Products Adjusting Timing Module
Chrome valve covers
RV Cam, engine has a nice rumble
Radiator FLUSHED, has a brand new fan clutch and fan
Tornado front wheel drive, tandem rear wheels,
REBUILT 500 miles B&M Shift Kit Rebuild Turbo 425transmission
Auto Power Level Air suspension
1 brand new battery
New front shocks
4000 Onan generator runs great, 2300 hours
2 inverters, one in cockpit area and one in bedroom
New 3″ Magna Flow Muffler System exhaust pipe,
NEW 500 miles New CV joints
Bought New 2007  miles Wildcat H-T 16″ Radials tires 90%,     EAGLE Aluminum Alloy Wheels
Factory trailer wiring harness
Heavy Duty Trailer Hitch
Cruise control & Custom Wood grain Tilt steering wheel
Custom White Leather swivel seats, both are electric 6 way
Factory Tinted Windows
Electric mirrors with the original lens covers on the blinkers
Original GMC emblems and stickers in very nice condition
Ceiling AC  blows Cold!
Propane 3 burner stove top
Custom Corian counter top and sink with cover,
Vintage custom faucet
Custom Stainless steel cabinet fronts
Fresh paint in the cabinets, a generous closet for clothes and the pull out draws are bigger than most
Lighter Weight  Better Mileage Rare 23′ Foot Long
Refrigerator works great,  2/way  110 & Propane New Microwave oven  Sony TV and DVD player
Shower bathroom, top mirrored shelf and bottom shelf has ocean blue color glass-like slide doors, Lots of storage
Custom Parkay wood flooring
Double mattress in back bedroom
New pull down shades and updated window trim.
Right side passenger windshield has a small rock chip.
Big Storage pod on top of unit, built in ladder and side rails to carry additional supplies on roof
Snap on windshield cover
Back bumper has custom built-in storage compartments.
There are minor scuffs, scratches and signs of normal wear and aging, overall the RV is in great condition and very Clean.
Got Questions Give Me A Call Victor 503-780-six three 16

The motor home was a “Show Motorhome” with Oregon SP plates



1980’s neo-Victorian Gunne Sax dress


The warm weather may be coming, but maybe you like to keep your arms covered.  Maybe you like a Victorian style of clothing, but you also like the 80’s?  This is exactly what Gunne Sax has created for you, then:  A spectacular fusion of late 1800’s Victorian dress meets seaside bathing costume, incorporated into romantic early 1980’s design, padded shoulders and all.  Definitely distinctive and one-of-a-kind!  Pair it with pumps or lace-up boots, it’s your call.  Click here for more sizing and views.

3 1960’s “AC Tough” spark plug mechanic jackets

Great for getting under the hood or running around in the rain, these three mechanics’ jackets were made to keep dirt and grease off your clothes while putting the word “TOUGH” all over you.  Bold optical black, white, and red print on water-resistant Tyvek. Rare and great look into an aspect of American car culture!  Click here for more views and sizing information.


Deadstock designer blue 1980’s gown by Alyce Designs

Combining 1980’s  love for asymmetry and royal blue, this deadstock gown by Alyce Designs is in a timeless empire cut with a sheer, diaphanous overlay of what could be called “raining roses”.   The flower motif adds tons of visual interest and glitz for the gown’s intended purpose as formalwear.  As with many of the “true” hues, royal blue looks good with several skin tones and hair colors.    Most of all, this is a unique piece and has never been owned before!  Click here for more views and sizing information.


Rare vintage 1962 Seattle World’s Fair t-shirt

Over fifty years later, the Seattle World’s Fair of 1962 continues to fascinate people.  The most famous symbol of the exposition was and is the Space Needle at the heart of Seattle Center, in space-age mid-century architecture, prominently featured on the front of this shirt.  Optimistic, forward-looking images include a fireworks display and the “Century 21 Exposition” symbol.  Classic-cut fitted tee can be paired with jeans, khakis, or shorts and would look pretty smart with a cardigan.   Click here for more views and sizing information.

Rare white 1960’s Langlitz Leathers motorcycle jacket and pants

Made by Portland-based Langlitz Leathers, this is a hard-to-find set of white leather motorcycle jacket and pants.  This family-owned business was started in 1947 by a motorcycle enthusiast and glove-maker who was unhappy with the poor fit of mass-produced jackets.  Thanks to this, Langlitz pieces are individualized pieces made for individual clients and are truly unique.  On top of that, this set is in white and features the “Columbia”-style jacket:   Asymmetrical brass zipper closures with wide fold-over collar,  numerous pockets (please see detailed photos for views), including sleeves that conform to the wearer’s arms.  The jacket and pants are both lined and have adjustable and lace-up features to ensure a good fit, as well as zippers to accommodate boots.  A stunning piece of motorcycle wear and a little piece of one-of-a-kind Portland history!  Please click here for all sizing and photographs.

Large 1960’s ceramic Mexican-made tiger


Tyger, tyger, burning bright!  You just gave me quite a fright!  Apologies to William Blake, but the tiger is a fearsome creature indeed.  Long, lanky, slinky, and stealthy, he is forever stopped in the middle of pacing…or is he stalking?  Intense orange-red eyes and open, possibly snarling mouth, he has detailed features, well-rendered legs and huge paws (and this from the owner of two felines) … this creature could make a great impression if placed in the right location.  It’s important to note that this big cat may not be life-size, but he is 40″ from front to back.  That’s a lot of tiger.  Right hind leg bears the “Mexico” stamp; other views and information can be found here.

Never-worn collectible Levi’s sports watch and flashlight with case


A truly great example of collectible merchandise!  This electric blue watch with matching blue wristband in gray case with black flashlight was initially produced as a part of a promotional package and has never been worn or used.  Thanks to this, the watch, its informational pamphlet, case, and flashlight with batteries are all present and accounted for.   This is both a great piece for the collector of watches and the collector of Levi’s memorabilia.  More information and views here.

Deadstock 1980’s E.T. shoelaces


In a flurry of merchandising, the movie “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial” produced countless items to tie in with the film’s 1982 release.  These never-worn shoelaces proclaim, “E.T. Lives!”  This bunch of mint-condition laces contains 8 pairs of 27″ laces, perfect for your vintage or modern sneakers.  White background with multicolored lettering and a few planets against a sky-blue background.   Flying bike not included.  More details and pricing here.

Twentieth Century-Fox Camera #6: Extremely rare!

Great news for loves of motion picture history and vintage movie cameras like Bell & Howell, Pathé, and Mitchell!  We are pleased to offer this unique piece of motion picture history, in working order and with many accessories from filters to lenses to camera stands.  Only fourteen to sixteen of these cameras were ever made, and this camera is believed to have filmed such important movies as “Miracle on 34th Street”, “The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit”, “Planet of the Apes”, and “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”.   Imagine stars like Gregory Peck and Natalie Wood and Charlton Heston hearing the words “look into the camera” and THIS could be that camera!  But we’re getting ahead of ourselves.  First, a little background.

With the transition in 1927 from silent to sound movies, new challenges in sound engineering presented themselves:  Movie cameras were noisy, generating too much noise to get close-up shots without getting clicks and whirrs on the soundtrack.  Initially, the solution was to produce “blimping”, or a housing for the whole camera.  This proved heavy and difficult to maneuver.   And so, in the 1930’s and early 1940’s, an effort was made to reduce camera noise at the source.  The designers of this camera set out to make the parts of the camera themselves lighter, smoother in motion, and the net effect was a camera so quiet that it could be used within two feet of a microphone.   The shape of the camera was also innovative for its day:  Not only are the “magazines” for the film insulated, but the housing of the camera is not a box shape:  It is cylindrical.  It is the first camera to use t-stop and coated lenses, non-radiating lenses, fluid head, 200 degree shutter, just to name a few firsts.  It was the first camera designed to film in Cinemascope, and Bausch & Lomb developed lenses specifically for it.  An experimental model of this camera was produced in the mid-1930’s.   Further cameras were produced in 1940.

This camera comes with documentation and technical articles to attest to its age and innovative design.  There are copies of articles from 1935  describing the development of the camera, as well as articles from 1940 when the camera was introduced to the motion picture industry.  There are also numerous instructions for storage, maintenance, assembly, and operation of the equipment.

In addition to the camera and documentation, there are numerous accessories adding to the uniqueness of this look into cinema history.  Ranging from filters, metal filter holders and screens, adapters, lens paper by Kodak, camera oil, case made in Japan, and much more:  Please see the photos here and inquire with Monster Vintage.  We are happy to answer your questions.