Vintage project camper - 1970 Avion travel trailer converted to mini motor home, travel trailer fitted into a Ford Econoline Custom 300 van with a high output 302 engine manual with 3 on the tree. Matching numbers. All original. Avion trailer Model T21 serial # available upon request. Needs work for restoration and use. Engine starts and runs - needs a clutch to drive. Needs tires and carb work to run smoothly. Interior - water, bathroom, sink, shower all in working order. Nice cabinets. Stove worked last we checked but haven't used it in a while. Has a small leak over cab. Upholstery is all good in back, needs new seats in driver compartment. flooring is good, little rust in cab and none in camper portion. Has a short in it somewhere but all lights (interior and exterior) are working. Some extra replacement light covers available. All in all if you're looking for a vintage camper this is a one of a kind and with a little work it would run and drive and be a classic. Selling even though we love this thing to pieces, we just don't have time to fix it up like it deserves. Buyer is responsible for pick up in Esmond, ND. More photos and information available upon request.

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i thought of doing this with my camper.

Is this still available? Current price? Thx




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