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New to the Travco World

Unread postby Coach Baum on Thu Oct 05, 2017 12:16 am

I'm a guy with more projects than I need, but I stumbled across a "60's model Travco" for sale. After looking at it, I knew that it needed more work than I could probably ever perform, but something spoke to me about helping the guy out who was trying to sell it. I may never get it moved from where it sits, which would mean that I would lose my purchase price, but who knows. I have a brother that can do anything, and he assures me we can get it moved. I have no idea if I can get it to run, or even roll for that matter, but "nothing ventured; nothing gained", right?

I'm certain it will be one of life's adventures, and if I can't pull it off, at least I will have tried......
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Re: New to the Travco World

Unread postby KB2CRK on Thu Oct 05, 2017 3:26 pm

Welcome to the forum. We love to see them pulled from the weeds.
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Re: New to the Travco World

Unread postby gojoe on Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:18 am

Any pictures of that relic?
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