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

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    This is Futurliner #9. As of 2008 it was up for sale. You can call Bob Valdez at (818) 709-7572 for more information but don't call just to ask about the price unless you got over a million plus dollars in your pocket. Bob has owned Futurliner #9 since 1984 and has made extensive modifications to both the exterior and interior. It's a highway cruiser and he has a lot of fun with it over the years.


Bob's converted Futurliner makes for a real attention-getter on the highway.

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The picture above is of Bob with a view to the front of the Futurliner. You can just make out the driver's seat on the right of the picture. The interior is designed with leather, chrome, mirrors, and gray and maroon velvet -- very striking.

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This photo show the rear seating area of the Futurliner. Note the curve in the walls.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
If you have any additional information about the history or whereabouts of additional Futurliners, we would like to hear from you. Our objective is to capture as much of the history of these vehicles as possible.
Contacts:

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

Dean G. Tryon, Newsletter Editor
2516 Laurelford Ln., Wake Forest, NC 27587
919 562-4660

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