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I don't know much about the Komfort Koach Conversions other then the company was headquartered out of Louisville, KY. Based on what I've seen, the Kustom Koach conversion had a lot to offer including leather seats and a raised roof option. I'm still researching, so check back soon.

Here is some literature, brochures, references and other items I found referencing Komfort Koach Conversions:

Literature Notes
Found on Ebay. 1985 Komfort Koach conversion Van Truck Suburban Sales Brochure - Suburban Page 1
Found on Ebay. 1985 Komfort Koach conversion Van Truck Suburban Sales Brochure - Suburban Page 2
Found on Ebay. Komfort Koach conversion Sales Brochure


Below are Suburbans between 1973 and 1991 (8th Generation) with the Komfort Koach Conversion Packages installed.

1986 Chevy Suburban Geneva High Top Conversion


Link to where I found this 1986 Chevrolet Suburban 4x4 Komfort Koach High Top Conversion here.

Description:Heavy-duty 4x4 but is has a conversion package including a raised roof with a TV and VCR plus an FM modulator so the TV or VCR plays through the radio speakers. The interior has four leather Flex Steel Captain chairs and a leather third seat that lays down into a bed. It has front and rear heat and air plus a custom console with a built in CB radio although it does not work. It also has a built in Radar Detector and Voyager trailer brake controller. She has tilt, cruise, windows and locks. It still has the factory am/fm cassette player that has something to be desired but it works. The windows have the dark factory tint not aftermarket. The conversion was done by Komfort Koach in Louisville, KY. I bought it from the original owner in Louisville in 1998. The truck has 169,000 miles but it had a new 350 cid engine installed at 100,000 miles. The truck has 4.10 gears with a locking diff in the rear and auto hubs up front, all work perfect. The truck originally came with a turbo 400 tranny but I had a 700R4 overdrive tranny custom built at 115,000 miles.



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