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Help for 1968 Beechwood Motorhome Valerie 2-21-03  
Looking for a shift cable or someone who can make us one...the one that was in the "beast" snapped (probably from age). Please e-mail me if you can help or know someone who can. Thanx!
Re: Help for 1968 Beechwood Motorhome BJR 7-23-15  
I worked at Beechwood in Elkhart, Indiana in 1968 & 1970. The shifter and cable were directly from Dodge and should be available. They were shipped with the chassis. Probably be able to find one on an old van, like a bread truck
Re: Help for 1968 Beechwood Motorhome Joe 2-21-03  
I'm not familliar with your motorhome. Anyway, it is probably on a Dodge chassis and there are many other manufacturers that use the same shift cable. What engine do you have and where have you tried to find a cable? I'm sure there are plenty of those cables to be found. Try to give us a little more information. Engine size, transmission model, or anything else you know about the power train.
Re: Help for 1968 Beechwood Motorhome Kathy 6-23-03  
I just purchased a 1972 Beechwood, I cant find any info about the manufacturer, I would like to meet others who own one of these unique rv's
Re: Help for 1968 Beechwood Motorhome Jeremy 7-18-03  
I just had a 1969 beechwood given to me just to get it out of the guys yard. I abslutely love it. It has a 318 Y-block and a 727 torqueflite transmission. As far as the shift cable goes these motor homes are on the same chassis system as the winnebago.You can just go down to the local parts house and get the shift cable. If you are still having trouble finding one email me and I will set you up here in washington state with a friend of mine who works at a cable manufacturing company.These motorhomes are very unique in the fact that they are very rare.
Re: Help for 1968 Beechwood Motorhome kim 3-2-06  
Do any of you guys have pictures of your RVs? I have a 68 Beechwood also & am trying to do some restoration to it. I have alot of the old original brochures for the toilet, furnace, H20 heater, radio sytem, etc that came with it. I don't have the actual Beechwood brochure though & would like to get a copy. Everything is original & works amazingly. Any info & help would be appreciated.
Re: Help for 1968 Beechwood Motorhome sam zan 5-2-09  
I recently purchased a 1967 Beehwood Motorhome and find it to be the most decent living unit I personally have ever had. I rubber floored the driving area, Birchwooded the hall,kitchen table area and there is carpet in the bedroom, rear area. The were built in the mid 60s on at an airport hanger in Hemet California and enjoyed aluminum technolgy back then.
Re: Help for 1968 Beechwood Motorhome Cdnaar 3-19-17  
The Beechwood That I have owned 20+ year sits on a P30 series chassis.It has a292 six They made this chevy and the dodge 318. Oak lined walls oak. covered cabinets oak ceiling I am the 2nd owner.62k orignal miles. Woody is not perfect ondition, but just hop in and it's off to the mountains. Alls I havs had to replace was brakebooster with a brake job.
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