This camper is in very good condition for it's age and useage. Tires
are like new. I just sanded and repainted the front hitch and the rear bumper with enamel paint
and used paint
hardner. I resprayed the awning
after fixing a crack in it..
I also wetsanded 90 percent of the body with the exception of the tallest part of the roof, with fine sandpaper and buffed the entire camper with fibreglass polish and finished it off with Meguires wax. It is an awful lot of work and numerous hours to do this. I am the type that likes the orginal surface and not a repainted camper if possible. There are some minor cracks in the fibreglass like any old trailer. On a ten scale due to age and usage I would give it a 7 due to the small cracks in the fibreglass.
I put new weather stripping in the door and it seals up pretty darn good now.. I removed ALL the exterior lenses and washed them with soap and water and water due to the dirt and grime over the years and it did make a difference.
The interior/curtains are in really good shape and does not need replacing. On a ten scale I would give it an 8. I do have the original window where the a/c unit is located. I do have the entry door key as well.
What it needs: The outdoor utility plastic hook ups are old and should be replaced. It has electric brakes
but I don't know if they work. There is a brake controller in the camper that is included. It has a DC/gas furnace
but I haven't tried it yet. But, I can test it if you live in colder climates than Texas and really need a heater..
I do know fridge
does not get cold on electricity, but it may on the gas setting, I just can't say for sure at this point because lately I have been concentrating on finishing the buffing; it was was a chore to say the least! But I must say in the end it was worth the effort.