This is one of 3 I have that are for sale. This particular one was bought new in 1970 by my father. I grew up in it. It's breaking my heart to sell it but it needs more work than I can do and I wanted the bigger model 270 and recently acquired one. It would be best to come see it. It needs major work and should be towed away however local buyers, I can probably make it roadworthy for a short trip. The engine and transmission are fine and it runs good however the gas is contaminated so I move it around off an outboard motor gas tank. It has no brakes but the last time I moved it I was able to put fluid in and bleed them and it stopped fine. It loses fluid if it sits for 6 months or more. It has been that way since it was new and we could never figure out why. Everything was replaced over the years including the master wheel cylinders etc. The linings are like new and not that old.
The tires are practically mint with tread but are badly cracked. It has tubeless 9.50/16.5s but I have some 16 budds that are tubeless that can go with it. It is missing the refrigerator, the generator (It's there but I am keeping it). The roof air did work but cover blew off in one of the hurricanes. There is dash air as well. It had all been replaced about 6 yrs. ago. I really don't want much for it more than the engine itself is worth but if someone can promise me that they really have the means and want to restore it...we can talk. I would really rather not scrap it. It has a lot of rust underneath that will need to be repaired. In fact that is the main issue. The bat box the floors etc. all need to be replaced. if your good with tin and a mig welder...it can be saved. I evicted the current tenants and cleaned it as best I could. The windshields are good. I have another Travco I was going to swap all the parts into that I already stripped. it is a 1972 220. for a few hundred dollars more you can have that one too and I have a third one. a 1975 that has no driveline and body damage but it has the very rare disc brake 8 lug front axle. The interior would also fit the 1972. The cabinets are all salvageable. I am keeping the glass from that one and some other misc. parts I need for my 1975 270.
I threw up a few pictures but best to come see it. I would honestly say it could probably with a little effort make maybe a 45 min to 1 hr. trip but no guarantees. The brake lines are rusty but ti still holds fluid. I have a clear CT title for it as well as the 1972. 220's are rare and between the two one good one can be made. It would be a shame to junk them.
Link to Craig’s List; http://hartford.craigslist.org/rvs/3541745589.html
These 220,s are located in Stafford Springs Conn. You can call Kenny at 860-878-1880 for more information.