Mobilux Cruiser, A total of about 300 were built, the first 200+ called Flxable and the final few called Mobilux Cruiser (exactly the same other than the nameplate).
Evergreen Alabama is where they were manufactured, The cruiser was one of two models of the mobilux RV's the cruiser which is more common and the cutter witch was a smaller RV like 18 ft. It was a upscale Class A motorhome of the early 70's. A 24 foot motorhome based on a step van, It sold for $12,000 new while Winnebagos sold for under $9,000. So it was a top of the line motor home back then.
The designer was Emmett Dale, From 1959 to 1960 Engineer at Airstream Inc.
1961 to 1964 Plant Manager Airstream Inc. the reason for leaving Airstream was that they no longer wonted to use wood in there campers, 1969 to 1973 President of Mobilux Inc. ÃÂÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂ" the RV division of Flexible Bus Corporation