I measured the frame, seen that its the same as the Travco's and said I'd be back. I went home, got my drill, the big bit and went back. Within an hour I had it hooked up to the truck and started pulling it home. The trip was only about 10 miles and all went well. It pulled easy. I took it straight to the shop and parked it behind the shop. As I was unhitching it my wife and youngest daughter came around the shop to look at the latest addition to my growing RV herd. While we were looking it over, I made the comment that maybe if this one starts up and runs well, maybe I would just fix this one up and we'd use it instead of the Travco's. My daughter shook her head no, and my wife shocked me when she said "Uhmm, No. I'm a Travco girl now, I don't like the way this one looks, just use the engine and get the two door Travco on the road."
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