GM Futurliner Project Status
GM Futurliner Restoration Project
National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States

HOME
Locating

Relocation
Resto Begins
Disassembly
Lots of Rust
Sand Blasting
New Barn

Components
  Electrical
  Engine
  Transmission
  Shifter
  Hubcaps
  Tires
  Roof
  Bumper
 
Body
  Interior
  Dash
  Drive Shaft
  Differential
 
Gas Tank
  Brakes
  Metalwork

Needs
Status
Photos:
  2006
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2000
  1999
Schedule
Reports
Notes

RESTORATION STATUS



As of JANUARY 2006 the Futurliner was restored. The volunteers currently show and perform maintenance on the vehicle.
 

Don Mayton Waives from Lofty Driver's Seat
Waving from the lofty driver's seat is Project Director, Don Mayton. You can just see a corner of the stool that he stepped on to get to the bumper and if you look carefully, inside the access door opening, you can see the framing for the stairway to get up into the cab. This picture was taken in 2000.

 

Volunteer:

If you would like more information on how you help with showing or maintaining the Futurliner, please contact Don Mayton.

Don M. Mayton, Project Director
4521 Majestic Vue, Zeeland, MI 49464
616 875-3058

Funding:

The National Auto & Truck Museum is an IRS section 501(c)3 qualified organization. All gifts to this project (Properly Receipted) are tax deductible. Please call (260) 925-9100 for more information.

National Auto & Truck Museum
1000 Gordon M. Buehrig Place
Auburn, IN 46706-0686
260 925-4560

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