We are no different than everyone else when it comes to expressing our feelings for our fiberglass TT. We love her and she has been extensively customized to fit our needs so that we couldn't consider a replacement. Most of the normal extra bells and whistles, two different frame alterations, 3000 watt Yamaha generator
converted to propane
and on and on.
We are in the throes of a major remodel of our home (nearly doubling it's size) and "Nuestra Casita" has been functioning as the bedroom for many months. We interrupted
construction be taking a 4000+ mile, 5 week trip through California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana in June and July. We also got away for a week-end to camp with friends at a favorite campground less than an hour from home. Now trying to convince Ann that we should make it to the Lake Casitas Rally
the end of the month, but we'll see if it works out.
Back to your dream. You might try printing some on-line ads showing size, age, condition and prices. Once you've seen the inside you can also make a list of obvious things which are going to cost you money to fix. Tires
, things which don't work, painting
or polishing if needed, greasing wheel bearings, cracked windows
, etc. can all affect the price.
We hope your efforts are successful and you are able to obtain it without too much stretching of your budget.
& Ann K.