Glastron Motorhomes
In 1967 Bob Hammond and Hugh Halff set out to bring a motorhome into the Glastron lineup, which already included snowmobiles and houseboats. Attempts to aquire an existing company were unsuccessful and the decision was made to develop one within Glastron. Design and prototyping began and facilities were leased in Austin for production. Larry Hufford, one of Glastron's first production managers took over as general manager. At the December National Recreational Vehicle Show the Glastron 21ft. fiberglass coach was introduced. It turned out to be popular with the public. They loved its advanced styling and the all fiberglass body. Orders for over $1 million were quickly written. I'm uncertain how long production continued, however I do know they were produced in 1970 as the following catalog shows. Anyone's input is certainly welcome and would help the site and its visitors greatly.

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James Montez' '70 Glastron RV

Here's Dave Esslinger's '70 Glastron RV