This 1974 Ford C-750 truck and Gerstenlager trailer were outfitted as a Camelot Cruiser motorhome by Edler & Company of Skokie, Illinois. The pair is said to have remained in long-term storage and was subsequently recommissioned before being acquired by the selling dealer in November 2022. Power is from a 391ci V8 paired with a four-speed automatic transmission, and both the truck and trailer are finished in two-tone green. The truck is equipped with a chrome front bumper, 22.5″ steel wheels, air-assisted brakes, dual air horns, a CB radio, a sleeping surface, and an intercom system.
The trailer features woodgrain paneling, a kitchenette, a dinette, a bedroom with a double bed, a bathroom, a sitting room, and two basement cargo compartments. Service under prior ownership reportedly involved overhauling the carburetor, cleaning and coating the fuel tanks, repacking the wheel bearings, and replacing the fuel pump, ignition components, tires, wheels, shock absorbers, brake air reservoirs, trailer suspension airbags, and shore hookup power cord. This C-750 and Camelot Cruiser trailer are now offered in Osprey, Florida, with a pair of Poloron snowmobiles, clean Montana titles for the truck and trailer, and a bill of sale for the snowmobiles.
The truck and trailer are finished in two-tone green with Camelot Cruiser graphics. The truck is equipped with a fifth-wheel hitch, a chrome front bumper, a split windshield, towing mirrors, and dual air horns. Rust is present on the truck and trailer body panels. Steel 22.5″ wheels are wrapped in 11R22.5 Ironman tires that are said to have been installed within the past year. Stopping power is provided by air-assisted brakes, and the trailer rides on an air suspension system. Service performed under previous ownership in 2022 involved repacking the wheel bearings and replacing the wheels, shock absorbers, brake air reservoirs, air hoses, brake adjuster cams, trailer suspension airbags, and shore hookup power cord… read more >