I aboslutly love this motorhome. It has been in the family for years as my grandparents used to live in it. It's name is Bamboo and it has been well-loved but needs a new home as it is much too large for my needs as I downsize to a van and build it out. The Pro's of Bamboo the motorhome:- Brand new tires put on 6 months ago with around a thousand miles on them total now. - All brake rotars have been resurfaced with about 500 miles on them now. - All brake pads have been replaced and all have about 500 miles on them. - Roof has been overhauled, a skylight and vent installed, resealed everything, and repainted with Dicor roof sealing and protecting paint. (Price it cost me for all 3 of these things was around $3000 and it was all done this past summer)- Everything in Bamboo works with no issues (While plugged into shore power). - Starts, stops, and runs great! I took it over the pass a couple times this summer with no issues at all! - New batteries installed within the past 6 months. - Comes with entire system to tow a car behind it including a hithch, lights, wires, tow bar, and the parts that attach to your car (Around $1200 value total). - Has a small variety of fluids, oils, tools, and filters in the storage compartment for it that will come with the motorhome. Things that need some work: - Has some minor (Non-structural) water damage throughout the vehicle. This is why I resealed everything on it and stopped in further damage. None of it decreases the functionality of the motorhome, just noticable in a few places is all. - The purple wire that connects the alternator and generator to the house battieries to give them charge while the vehicle is running needs to be replaced. This is a very cheap fix just a little time consuming as you have to route the wires. - Generator needs a new motherboard on it to get going again (Around $300). Multiple different mechancis have all confirmed that this is the issue with it not starting. - Holes in the roof where I installed a skylight and vent are untrimmed still. It would cost around $50 to trim them out and make them look nice. If this is a big concern for you, we could work something out where I just do it for you before you buy it. Overall, these really arent a big deal as they are perfectly sealed off to the outside, they are just as if you had a window in your house that doesn't have the interior trim around it as all. - Needs a new screen door- Needs some minor touch up repairs like a couple pieces of cabinet hardware. Overall this is a great motorhome that was around $66,000 brand new back in 1998. I have loved using it for camping but realized that it is just too big for my needs (Ski resorts and a lot of sketchy dirt roads) and would rather sell it as-is, in order to fund my van build that I am doing.