1977 TravelCraft Motorhome

Travelcraft 20 ft. Class C motorhome. 1977

Big over the cab bed
Here's our 20 ft. Travelcraft class C motorhome on a Dodge van chassis. It's just right for spending more time camping than driving. It could sleep six, but is just fine for four people On a cold raining night, what could be more comfy than snuggling with your spouse in a warm cozy motorhome?

This rig has an airconditioner on the roof and a rack on the back that is suited to hauling bicycles and firewood. With only 40,700 miles on it, this unit looks like new inside and out.

Kitchen with 4 burner stove and oven.

View of rear sofa that converts to a bed.
Yes, the color scheme is 1970's earthtones with yellow and orange... so, should we spend $20,000 more to get a fashionable color scheme? I don't think so. The rear sofa folds down into a bed for two. We've got a refrigerator-freezer, microwave, 4 burner stove, TV, stereo sound system and all the good stuff!

 Bathroom

 Dinette with microwave above
The bathroom is roomy enough for even the largest person to meditate in total privacy. Yes, there is hot water for washing up. The dinette converts to another bed for two if necessary. Padded headrests and seat & shoulder belts have been added for traveling safety.

Drivers compartment in Dodge cab

Side view
This rig looks pretty spartan in the drivers compartment. The Dodge 360 V-8 has been tuned up and has plenty of power. If you are thinking about buying a motorhome, watch the classified ads for a private party that has a low mileage and well cared for unit which you can buy for a small fraction of the cost of a new one. Of course, if you have money to throw away in depreciation, go out a buy a new one for $50,000.