My wife and I bought a used Coleman pop up back in 2007. It was stock and in pretty good shape. No leaks and clean, everything pretty good except the cabinet. It was in one piece...but barely. Oh, and no AC. We live in Beaufort, SC. Ever been to Beaufort? I've lived in the South all my life but Beaufort is extra special...very hot and very humid. Not a great combination. Here is how it was when we went to look at it the first time (wife didn't go so I took photos to show her): Here's my then five year old doing her best Vanna White We came from a camping background. So, we already had stoves, outdoor kitchens, etc. To make extra room I removed the stove and sink, and built new storage/seating. Padded bench with a small storage box on the end Large storage bench I also installed an AC unit (happy dance). The braces are two different hardwood boards glued together Then I managed to rip a hole in the back corner. I called a few people who might have a replacement panel. Affter getting some prices ($500 with shipping), I decided to try and fix it myself. I fixed it with epoxy and this tutorial: http://www.epoxyworks.com/28/pdf/Camper_panel_repair.pdf. Before During After So that's it...until something breaks or my wife goes..."Honey, how hard would it be to ...."