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Good (Four Stars) - No major mechanical or body problems, Wear is consistent with age, May not look new, but looks good, Good tires, Clean title
Bill of sale. Truck campers are not considered vehicles in Minnesota and are not eligible for title. Previous (2012) bill of sale also provided.
More InformationWhen the Cayo brothers sold the Avion Coach Corporation in early 1970, they retained the truck camper business and continued to manufacture what had been known as the Avion C-11 under their own name – as the Cayo C-11. With a production date of September 1970, this would be one of the earliest C-11s made under the Cayo name.
This example is a well-maintained original that has seen some minor updating. It was returned to the “mother ship” – the Cayo Repair Service – for replacement of some aluminum panels in 1993. Everything works – windows, roof vents, fans, lights, plumbing, propane system, heat, A/C. The crucial pieces that make up the “historical fabric” are all either original, NOS, or faithful reproductions – the Bargman L-100 lock and keys, the sinks and faucets, the woodwork, the upholstery, the light switches, the range and hood. For functional reasons, minor updates have been made to the lighting, and the toilet has been replaced. Carpet has been installed over the original linoleum floor. The original gravity furnace is in place and working.
A 15 gallon greywater tank has been added inside the existing dead space below the floor, and the holding tank for the toilet has been repaired and reinforced using marine epoxy and fiberglass cloth. The new waste plumbing uses readily available Valterra valves and connectors for ease of future maintenance.
The Cayo C-11 has an empty weight of approximately 2500 pounds and fits a ¾ ton long-bed pickup.
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