Beamisl, if I could get it for the same price I got this one for, I would definitely buy it again. Sorry I haven't posted in a couple of days I have literally been elbows deep in the engine compartment
new belts and that pesky smog pump. At this point I have a total of around 1500 into this and that includes the tow, so even with the few things that need work I can't complain. All of the high dollar things seem to work (generator, appliances) just has a plumbing leak, a couple of electrical sockets don't seem to work and a front air spring is rotted.
The next time I buy one I will know what to check for sure before I buy it lol. Honestly it is a story about how I ended up purchasing this one. It was a craigslist find I had called the lady earlier in the day about it, while I was looking at another she called me back. I told her I would be there in about an hr. Just after I left the one I was looking at she called me again. During the course of the hour it took me to get there she had called/texted me about 15 times. When I arrived she was on the phone with her father in law, and she handed me the phone as he was actually the owner. He told me he wanted it gone to help her with diapers and food as his son was a lazy...you get the idea. I drove it around the storage units and all was ok then I didn't even get to ask how much and she says if you want it you can have it for 500. Alll this time the owners son is just sitting in their car. I ended up giving her the whole some of 1k I had in the event I found one to use to hold it till I got to the bank. She was so happy she jumped on me and gave me a giant hug cause she had needed the money that night for diapers for her baby, and food for the house. Sure hope she gets rid of Mr. Lazy or he gets unlazy. I called her father in law later that night to tell him I would make up so.e of the difference as I knew it was worth more but he was ok with the price and thanked me for helping his grand daughter (the baby)
I guess it worked out for all involved. I do suggest taking the time to check out as much as you can when purchasing a new or new to you motor home. Make sure it is what you are looking for, and what ever needs repair you are ok with fixing. Especially if you are a do it yourselfer like I am motor homes apparently are not the easiest things in the world to fix as everything you have to wiggle your way into