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New Isolation relay in and wired up.

Spent today running some new wires and putting a new Battery Isolation Relay. Good news is that it works perfectly. Bad news is I discovere…

Started by Paul Zeuke

0 Sep 3

Travco driver and passenger seats looking for a new home

Hi there, my husband and I are refurbishing a1976 Travco and it is definitely being done in a whole new way. Those who favor vintage restor…

Started by Robbin D'elene

2 Jul 13
Reply by Paul Zeuke

New Starting battery (sort of)

Well Nessie got a new to her starting battery. No more using the generator battery to start her. Pulled the group 34 Battery out of a dead…

Started by Paul Zeuke

4 Apr 1
Reply by Paul Zeuke

Installed new Steering box

Today Nessie got a new Steering box, a Borgeson joint to replace the pot joint in the steering shaft, and a new high torque mini starter. T…

Started by Paul Zeuke

12 Mar 27
Reply by Rich Thomas

Painting Fiberglass

I started out painting with the roof of my Travco. Travcos are a two piece fiberglass body.  The seam down the middle is a major source of…

Started by Larry Rogers

24 Mar 13
Reply by Chris Ramey

Hello everyone

This is the first time I am posting on the Travco owners group. I did not realize I missed it on here. We have been proud Travco owners sin…

Started by Paul Zeuke

3 Mar 4
Reply by Paul Zeuke

Big change in fuel delivery for Nessie coming soon

Well Wednesday I decided to buy a Fitech Fuel injection kit for our 76 Travco Mahal. Ordered it from Jegs and was told it would be delivere…

Started by Paul Zeuke

0 Dec 24, 2016

1974 travco

I HAVE FOUND A 1974 DODGE TRAVCO AND THE OWNER IS PARTING IT OUT HE HAS SOLD THE ENGIN AND TRANS  BUT HAS ALL SIDE WINDOWS DRIVE TRAIN AND…

Started by harwood

0 Aug 31, 2016

Nessie on a road trip

One week Drive north and home visiting family. A couple pictures of out campsites on the way.

Started by Paul Zeuke

14 Aug 9, 2016
Reply by Paul Zeuke

Travco Parts...

Hiya Gang- Kathy and I have replaced our Travco 32 with an old Dodge Landau 34. We're in the process of getting the Travco gone. It's a ro…

Started by Chris Ramey

1 Apr 26, 2016
Reply by amos slater

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