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1991 ‘Big Rig’ Diesel Motorhome Conversion!

This is a 1991 International Cabover 9670 Motorhome Conversion.

It’s got a 350 Cummins diesel engine and comes with matching 26ft trailer. The motorhome is for sale for $50,000 on the Vermont Craigslist.

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1991 International Cabover 9670 Motorhome Conversion


  • Diesel
  • RWD
  • 500,000+ miles on the odometer
  • Clean title
  • 250 gal fresh water tank
  • 40 gal gray water
  • 60 gal septic
  • 13 speed transmission
  • 26ft box (10ft height) with 22ft awning
  • King size sleeping loft
  • Comes with golf cart
  • Drop down BBQ grill
  • Roof solar mat
  • 5500 watt generator
  • Titled and registered as a motorhome so no CDL needed to drive it

Listing Summary

Engine 350 Cummins- Big cam 4 W/jake break 3 stage. Trans; 13 speed—rears 444 ratio spring ride Tires 22.5 low pro—height 13’4” engine, rears and trans rebuilt all new. The box 26′ long 10′ high 22′ Awning Sunken livingroom with flat screen tv. stereo/cd player surround sound and electric wood stove. Upstairs king size sleeping loft. Raised floor galley kitchen, oak cabinets, gas refrigerator , cook top range,sink, microwave and sink. Bathroom House shower, toilet,vanity with sink. Propane service refrigerator, hot water, hot air furance, cooktop range, BBQ grill and 5500 watt generator. 0n board 250 gal fresh water, 40 gal gray water, 60 gal septic 2-12 volt batteries for lights, roof solar mat for charging batteries. Also AC. BBQ drops down into receiver hitch. It comes with a matching 1996 Kris trailer 26 x 8 unloaded weight 2695 was used to haul dunbuggy and golf cart. All self contained you can live in it. Titled and registered as motorhome no CDL needed. The truck has always been stored inside and storage is paid until May 1, 2018. The club car golf cart goes with it, it just needs to be charged. This truck has won many tropheys at national truck shows and Canada shows. Owner took 7 yrs to complete for retirement, but passed away this June.1
Learn more: https://vermont.craigslist.org/cto/d/1991-international-cabover/6434361137.html

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  • Tom Osterdock January 12, 2018, 4:38 am

    I like it!!!!!!

  • Jill Joiner January 12, 2018, 6:12 pm

    Seriously impressive

  • kim January 12, 2018, 8:45 pm

    Very cool. But would cost a bunch in fuel and to service the engine. So, if you only move it once in awhile, might be ok.

  • Darla White January 14, 2018, 8:00 pm

    Kim being a diesel we went from Vermont to North Carolina and back to Vermont before we filled back up and the motor is very low maintance other than oil changes because everything on the truck has been taken very good care of She has been a Labor of Love and worth it. Owner of the 1991 International

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