Rare Camper: ’69 Ford Econoline "Kamp King Koach Van A Home”

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Fair (Three Stars) - May have some mechanical issues, May have faded paint or dents, Definitely looks used but is still a safe vehicle
Santa Barbara, CA
Can assist with finding transporter
Current CA title & registration
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I am looking for a new home for this extremely rare motorhome.

’69 Ford Econoline "Kamp King Koach Van A Home” (by McNamee Coach).

Only a handful of these early Class C motorhomes were built and I am only aware of 2 survivors including this example. You will probably never find another, especially one preserved as well as this. It deserves to be shared with other vintage camper enthusiasts.

Background: The brains behind the company was Merle D McNamee. Merle is the 1992 RV Hall Of Fame inductee for his innovative ideas that shaped the recreational vehicle industry. Google search "Kamp King Koach" to see other wild and innovative creations by this company.

Features the patented "Snap & Nap" expanding rear bed, rear restroom, full kitchen, dinette/bed, and the over-the-cab bedroom. There are large picture windows on either side. Also includes a full set of shop and owner's manuals.

This is a Southern California vehicle from new. Blue California plates with current registration. This van features original factory paint and has a very solid body. It has never been restored.

1 ton Econoline chassis with a strong 302 V8 and automatic. 4 new tires. The camper has had some leaky roof vents, and areas of the upper interior plywood have suffered some damage (floors are nice and solid). The interior is all original with no prior modifications to the cabinets or hardware. Original appliances too. It is 100% complete.

More photos available. Thanks for looking!
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