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this is still kinda a cool trevco
I almost bought it b-4 I found the barth

alex my grandson
we snuck away over the
holidays for a little fun
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Now that is cool!

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The Euro just lost another step on the ladder of ugly, but I'd park that thing in my yard any time.

Dan & Suzy Z
'81 Euro 28 - Slide Show
454 Chevy

Venice, Florida
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That's a Travco, not a Transco. As far as I know, it & a Ford (I believe it was called a "Condor") were the first commercially available motor homes.
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