I can't see the wheel size, but typically if it ends in .5 (ie 17.5, 16.5) it's not a widow maker wheel.Can you post a pic of the back wheel?
photo of rear wheel posted
These are the same as my original wheels: locking ring, 6 x 16, 7 1/4 centers, in-and-out coined. 17.5 x 6 is the correct 1-pc wheel replacement size, NOT 19.5". Ford, IH, and Dodge used the same wheels from mid-60's through mid-70's. You can find used replacements if you're patient.I kept my 2 best locking ring wheels as spares.
Hi Willow : I've a 1964 Travco also . Saved it from a farm in Indiana 3weeks to drive and repair it home to Maryland. My children and I restored it then used it for years going to "Anime conventions up and down the east coast . I've had it for 13 years ,done some mods larger fuel tank,toilet,running lights ,floor,insulation,upholstery,ceiling. Need to swap front axle for the disk brake type .Dabbling with vapor carburetor, LP, hydrogen,and ethanol . Good luck Love pics
I have an old 64 Travco for sell, if anyone is needing parts. It is complete, minus the booths, and a stuck brake on the passenger front wheel due to sitting for the past few years. Also has a cracked driver's side front windshield. Good price! (317)702-3200, Rocky mount, NC.
Hello, I found her behind the barn at a friends house in Litchfield MI, And fell inlove with it, Drove it home and cleaned it up, No money to do anything with it. Sold it to a couple hippies that said they where going to live in it and drive it to California, Thats the last i heard of it, Very happy you are bringing her back to life in all her glory,Gary
Thanks Gary , the project has been on hold for a year. Lots of plans stay tuned Michael J Fox firstname.lastname@example.org