@kpblitzen42 and I are looking to buy a class c rv to wander, roam, cuss about, fuss over, and have some form of middle America suburban dirt and sun adventure with the kiddo while the rest of the world goes covid crazy…something inexpensive with the intent of running around for two years and selling it at the end of that timeline at an acceptable loss - either taking a deep dive into a grander one or selling it off and ditching the dream for something else…or possibly it will be an apocalypse all terrain solar powered vehicle…who knows how this pendulum will swing in two years.
We’ve found one- we’ve found an independent mechanic to look it over…Blah blah blah yadda yadda details no one cares about. It seems spot on. Yes. Seems. I know. I know.
Just wondering of the unknown pearls of wisdom I’m unaware of/what to look out for/if it’s a treasure trove of misery or if it’s a good way to grab the ring of a dream for a low down price.
Rv horror and wonder stories welcome along with baby animal pictures as responses.