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Old 04-19-2010, 10:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1973 IH Travelall 1210, 10 door Airport Limo. Converted by Stageways to 10 door airport limo., Clear Colorado title, 4.09 gears, 392 Enhanced cooling engine, T-409 Borg Warner automatic transmission. Converted to 4wd. NP 205 transfer case, 3/4 ton Dana 44 front end, BOM 603327-5. New carb, brake master cylinder, fuel pump.

For Sale By Jim Swenson, 303-258-7139, swensonj@netbonk.com
Located: Nederland, Colorado
Price: $6000
Call me for details, these are pictures from 2005 on the way to CO. E-mail for more pictures to see the 4WD conversion and the new ride height.

***One of the IHSTO guys should grab this for a club ride at the Binder BEE or pack'em up and drive it to Lake Francis in October.
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Old 04-20-2010, 06:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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1973 IH Travelall 1210, 10 door Airport Limo. Converted by Stageways to 10 door airport limo., Clear Colorado title, 4.09 gears, 392 Enhanced cooling engine, T-409 Borg Warner automatic transmission. Converted to 4wd. NP 205 transfer case, 3/4 ton Dana 44 front end, BOM 603327-5. New carb, brake master cylinder, fuel pump.

For Sale By Jim Swenson, 303-258-7139, swensonj@netbonk.com
Located: Nederland, Colorado
Price: $6000
Call me for details, these are pictures from 2005 on the way to CO. E-mail for more pictures to see the 4WD conversion and the new ride height.

***One of the IHSTO guys should grab this for a club ride at the Binder BEE or pack'em up and drive it to Lake Francis in October.
From the looks of it, that use to be an Oregon rig. If memory serves it was owned by Bob's Bicycle in Portland and they used it to haul people on bike trips.
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Old 04-20-2010, 09:30 AM   #3 (permalink)
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From the looks of it, that use to be an Oregon rig. If memory serves it was owned by Bob's Bicycle in Portland and they used it to haul people on bike trips.
Close, that one ended up with another friend of mine, then was sold again to a tour company in Moab(so I've been told). Bob's had some neon Pink in the paint scheme and seat cushions, and I think it was an 8 door configuration with the original rack converted to a Yakima bike roof rack and cargo carriers. They also converted it 4WD. It showed at our Tulare show one year.

This is from ESCO power in Arizona, used to haul line crews to job sites in the northern AZ high desert. Came from Flagstaff to Auburn, CA in 2004 as a donation to a charity. I sold it on E-bay for the charity to Jim, and now it can be yours.....
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Close, that one ended up with another friend of mine, then was sold again to a tour company in Moab(so I've been told). Bob's had some neon Pink in the paint scheme and seat cushions, and I think it was an 8 door configuration with the original rack converted to a Yakima bike roof rack and cargo carriers. They also converted it 4WD. It showed at our Tulare show one year.

This is from ESCO power in Arizona, used to haul line crews to job sites in the northern AZ high desert. Came from Flagstaff to Auburn, CA in 2004 as a donation to a charity. I sold it on E-bay for the charity to Jim, and now it can be yours.....
Is this the Moab rig yore thinkin' of Mike?

I took this pic onna DAM frosty mornin' in Green River, UT on 12/11/03. The motor was pulled out of the ride at the time and the shop it was parked beside was out of bizz.

I checked on it again in January of '08 and it was gone as is most of Green River! I usually always overnight in Green River in some fashion when on the road.
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Old 04-21-2010, 11:31 AM   #5 (permalink)
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That is one that I sold as well. It was in the desert, not far from Isa's, he got it up and running and delivered to me. Sold it to Rob at the tour company. This was a high top Springfield Ambulance prior to life as a tour bus. When we got it, Isa found desert rats had made a home in the back half of it, they make canal rats look small! They got to the wiring too. Nightmare rig, glad it's gone.
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that is so cool i want one LOL
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Old 05-06-2010, 03:23 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Call Jim at the top of the ad and you can get it from him. These are great for rowing teams and large families. Chauffer license is required if you hall more than 9 in CA.
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Call Jim at the top of the ad and you can get it from him. These are great for rowing teams and large families. Chauffer license is required if you hall more than 9 in CA.
if i had an extra 6000 laying around i would....
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SOLD and on the way back to California!
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