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Old 09-03-2012, 12:06 PM   #15
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I think the Vacationer was the bottom of the line and then the Adventurer and then the Rambler The first 2 had wood framing and the top one had Aluminum framing. My folks had a '74 that looked just like that. When they sold it the tires still had the nubs on them but were so dryrotted they wouldn't hold any air. It had never been driven on the road.

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My guess is a 73 or 74

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Ours is a Holiday trav'ler. It's a 1967, and has the same color of cabinets, and single beds in the hall way. But it's a 26 ft. See ours.....Mark and Peggy Gouker on this site.
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We have the same cabinets......ours is a 1967

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