Originally Posted by Jcarlson
What kinds of issues could I expect on a 20 year old rig with 60K miles?
My two questions I have right now are -
1) With 60K miles on a 20 yr old rig...
What great responses. The age dictates rubber replacement top and bottom. Maintenance by the PO reigns supreme, eg if yours has had TLC for those years it's going to be much better than one with 10K miles and poor maintenance.
The biggest thrill of my recent first-time ownership was when the dealer called and raved about my 100K mile Fleetwood trade-in, which I'd lovingly maintained. He swore it drove better than factory-new. Indeed, the rules of car buying don't necessarily apply to these rigs, folks.