I would like a travco about 20 to 26 ft long with a 413 power plant. I live in shreveport, Louisiana and would like something as close as possible. Just a project, I am a auto instructor at a career center and am getting ready to retire and my wife and I would like to travel, but as most people don't have a lot of money at any given time, but have lots of ime and energy( I think). Any help would be appreciated, thanks

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hello i have a 220 travco in florida in cocoa florida .  i had someone take the brakes apart and they left them exposed so i have to do the brakes and axle spindles to clean it up,  the 22 foot travco has only 51000 original miles and a 413 industrial motor. it is a unique model of the 220, it has the kitchen on the passenger side, needs cosmetics from the florida sun but also it was in colorado for a long time,  seth



Can you send some pics, I'm real interested. How much too!

i am not on here much, do you have a phone so we can talk and email??? 970-275-8820

i am not sure how to send you the pictures, do you have an email address or phone number, jeff

Check out Craigslist, that's where I found my 1964 travco, Myrtle.

If you are not already join these two travco, groups as folks sometimes posts rigs for sale

If you want to see my travco check out www.myrtleandme.blogspot.com

I have a 65 travco that would make a great project, it is in Homosassa, fla. It has the 318 polydome engine though, It ran when parked, but has sat for over 10 years. It needs restored totally


Hi Michael.

I saw your post several weeks ago, and keep forgetting to respond.  I have a 1973 Travco.  I bought it over a year ago, drove it home 60 miles, everything working.  It has had the oil changed, new fuel filter, and other maintenance done, but for some reason when we drive it, the oil pressure is very low, so we have not taken it out on an adventure.  I did fine a mechanic who diagnosed that a casting plug in the oil gantry has a leak, and prohibits oil from getting into the top of the engine.  The engine must be getting some, as we drove over an hour home, no overheating, but not enough pressure showing on the gauge. The mechanic promised to come on several Sundays--his day off--but never showed up.  Never calls to cancel--there is a personal problem there.  I have not been able to find anyone else in this area who wants to work on it.  I am near Gainesville, FL.   My children and grandchildren do like to stay in it, so at least we got some use out of it as a guest cottage!  It was professionally painted white when we bought it, now needs a bath!

Now my wife has to have some pretty serious surgery in a few weeks, so I am going to sell it.  If you are still looking for a Travco, let me know.  Don Palmer 352-219-7062

I have a 1972 Travco 220 we would like to sell. I have pics of the inside and out on my link in this site. the inside is 80% original and I have done allot of work on the chassis. I am under Dwayne in this site or 1973 Superior. I have attached some pics of the Travco. My email is djones399@cfl.rr.com

This site is driving me crazy!! I have what you are looking for! Please email me at grosshal@aol.com and I'll contact you. I live near New Orleans, have what your looking for.

Call me 9858079642. I have what your looking for.




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