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Re: Travco 210

Unread postby Paulpie on Tue Apr 09, 2013 5:52 pm

Never heard or saw one, sounds like big foot! I loved my old 210..would not want a 226 to long for me ...a early 220 with the old front end (High headlights)would be a nice rig to customize.
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Re: Travco 210

Unread postby gregstravco on Fri Aug 09, 2013 12:04 am

I have a 1969 built in 1968 the title says 1969 210 I got wheel cylinders for a p300 before I took the drums apart thinking the 6 lug wheels but the cylinders were different. I got the brakes to bleed with no leaks. I plan on doing a full brake job and post what I find.
The guy at Napa auto parts said bring all the parts in and he will look up the parts by the numbers.
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Re: Travco 210

Unread postby rcb on Fri Aug 09, 2013 1:01 am

Good luck! Do you have any pics?
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Re: Travco 210

Unread postby datsit on Thu Aug 21, 2014 7:10 pm

This 210 is a 1968 with 6 wheel lugs.
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Re: Travco 210

Unread postby rcb on Thu Aug 21, 2014 8:23 pm

Man those are good looking. I'm still on the search. That diesel one pops up from time to time, but I don't have the sort of cash to buy it. I missed one last year out west for 3500. There will be something when the time is right.
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Re: Travco 210

Unread postby Dave78Chieftain on Fri Apr 17, 2015 9:24 pm

A little 210 info:

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Re: Travco 210

Unread postby Rudder1010 on Sun Jul 17, 2016 7:10 am

Hi, we just purchased a 1970 210, the prior owner purchased it in 1975 and has owned since. It was always garage kept. It is completely original down to the Travco hub caps. Total miles is 124K, with gen set. So, we have had it a week now. When we first started looking for a Travco, we saw a 27, but thought smaller would be better for our needs. Well, now wife would prefer the 27, go figure! Anyways, we're considering selling or trading for a 27. The 21 of course needs things:
Engine carb rebuilt and Gen carb rebuilt. Although garage kept, it has not been driven in a number of years. Anyways that's the story. We're not spring chickens so if someone what's smaller and we want bigger, has to be in good shape.
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