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Old 01-26-2014, 04:06 PM   #1
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1969 Dodge redi-go traveler

Hello everyone,I'm new to this site and hoping I could get some info on my motorhome.As stated it's a 1969 dodge redi-go traveler,the coach was made by the Ungers coach co. all fiberglas one piece construction.This thing is 45 years old and still runs and drives take it to the lake couple times a year. any idea of value?Original paint but is fading and flaking. Any help would be appreciated. Jerry
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Any pictures of it?
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Ya, I want to see it too.
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Old 01-26-2014, 08:05 PM   #5
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Here's an online pic

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That's a neat looking rig! I would think that something that old would be appreciating in value instead of depreciating. Has it had any work done to it? What kind of general shape is it in?
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Hello everyone,I'm new to this site and hoping I could get some info on my motorhome.As stated it's a 1969 dodge redi-go traveler,the coach was made by the Ungers coach co. all fiberglas one piece construction.This thing is 45 years old and still runs and drives take it to the lake couple times a year. any idea of value?Original paint but is fading and flaking. Any help would be appreciated. Jerry
Do a search for " Zep " and or "Red Max " for some fantastic results, here's one long running topic but there are more with lots of hints

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Sorry can't help you , Cool looking rig
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I'm trying to firure out how to post pics. But to answer a few questions I recieved it appears to be stock except no generator,everything seems to work does havw issues with wipers sometimes.It looks alot like the pic posted by fellow rv'er except mine has port hole style windows in the rear bedroom area and mine has a pretty cool dark blue-light blue-cream color color scheme hope to post pics soon. Thanks everyone.
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Maybe reply #7 in the link below will help with the pictures

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My parents went to school with Mr Ungers Sr back in Ohio. I have met his son who runs an RV surplus store at the same location where the originals were built. The name of the place is Sands RV in Madison, Oh.
Sands RV Parts & Camping Supplies
There webpage is pretty simplistic and may not give as strong of an image as the store is. I have been to there a couple of times and have gotten a good look at a couple of Ungers Crown Commanders he has on the lot. It is amazing how simple and clean they are underneath. I don't recall why they stopped building them, but they stayed in business as RV dealers, selling Revcons and FMCs. If you are ever near north eastern OH, you should definitely stop in and say hi. I know they would want to see your coach and chat. They also still have some parts and still know the coaches pretty well. That and since they are a surplus store, they have gobs of parts anyway.
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Ok, a quick google search and discovered there is a facebook page from one of the kids:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Unger...30415857061182
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