My 22" Class C
LA 360 engine. Loadflite auto, A/C, Speed Control
Only a few hundred made. Based on the Cayo C11 Truck Camper

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Comment by Sweet Gypsy Rose on July 24, 2018 at 12:27pm

What an awesome Coach!!  Thanks for sharing all of your pictures!!  They're super helpful.  I can't wait to get my Sweet Rose in a week or two!!

Comment by Steve Jones on July 7, 2017 at 12:39pm

Great looking coach David.

Comment by Steve Jones on July 7, 2017 at 12:37pm

I wonder if this is the group for me.  My Foretravel is mounted on a M500 Dodge chassis, 1145 Caterpillar engine and Allison Tranny?

Comment by Matthew Tritt on August 2, 2016 at 9:07pm

Man, what a beauty. I'm kind of jealous! Any interior shots?

I also have a 22' '73 on a 165" wheelebase B300 chassis. It's a Hall GTC with one piece fiberglass coach and the same mechanicals as your Cayo. I replaced the engine, transmission, wheels, tires and about everything else that works/moves because much of ots' 105 k miles were put on in Alaka, Canada, Mexico and who knows how many miles of washboard roads. It's an adventure. ;-)

Comment by Lakota Wolf on August 2, 2016 at 6:43pm

For a 43 year old Rig, You, in my opinion have a nice diamond in the rough,, and the small issues, come with age,,Flooring isnt a big issue,,, Ive seen 3 and 4 year old rigs needing complete rebuilds

(Just had a neighbor take their 2016 5th wheel mc mansion to the dealer to have the whole front bedroom area rebuilt and replaced from a nose cone leak that went un-noticed,, around a $10,000 fix, not to mention both their a/c units failed and need replacing).

Make sure you post photo's of before,during and after, the flooring fixing. It will help other RV'ers with their flooring issues.

Comment by David W. Davis on August 2, 2016 at 6:10pm

It's in really good shape, some floor issues, but I can fix that, Only 56,000 miles, documented. Third owner. No 20 in Avion Travelcader registration, owned by factory Sales Manager until 2001.

Body has some beauty spots. Chassis has virtually no rust, just some under the left front fender well.

Appliances original as far as I can tell, oven never used.


Comment by Lakota Wolf on August 2, 2016 at 5:51pm

Wow,, That is one clean looking classic rig..Looks a lot better then some of the new stuff they peddling at the dealerships.....



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