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2021 we brought this nice 64 van home.   The original owner sold it, hoping someone would restore it.  One of those cases where it was just 'meant to be'.  I had been in the mood to get another Greenbrier and for it to be one with the camper package, that was a bonus.   The tired drive train has been removed.  Newly rebuilt transmission and differential are waiting the engine rebuild and it will go back together.  110hp 4 speed manual transmission and 355 gears
will get us where we're going. 
The camper unit is in fairly good shape, the cabinet inside the door was water damaged, but it could be rebuilt.   It has a galvanized tank and spigot for water, but we are thinking we will reconfigure this section to make it more usable.  The original ice box was damaged.  We've yet to decide what we will put there for sure.   In no major hurry to put it back together, it will be a fun project.   Online, we found photos of other Greenbriers outfitted with the same setup.  It was "GM authorized" but not the GM camper setup.   We're good with it, as it has a comfortable arrangement and of course, it's original to the van.