I'd like to say our last camper, but have learned better. We started 2020 out by buying the camper of our (mine, anyway) dreams. Some friends decided to sell us their 85 Avion a rare model 25H. It is bigger than any thing we have ever pulled behind us. It is comfortable beyond belief and honestly the easiest thing to tow we have ever owned. I don't know if it is the double axle, or the independent suspension or the aerodynamic shape. It may even be the truck we are towing with now. anyway, no more white knuckles in the wind for me. So we have been cleaning and detailing a lot. The frame and floor were in pretty perfect condition, as was the interior. much of the vinyl and rubber trim needed to be replaced or repaired, fixed a broken roof top vent, and a few seams sealed. the water heater needs at least adjustment and parts and the power tongue jack is temperamental. two things we are trying to baby along until we have to replace. the water lines are the old PB grey lines, and we check them constantly. we will have to replace those down the road too. the inside is classic. we have made a few small changes and repairs. spent some $$ on original interior light lens, all new led bulbs, stick on backsplash, a few pieces of wrinkly wall paper removed. Lovely birch paneling underneath, so nothing further done. wiped down rich natural wood in the camper. one of the hardest jobs was getting the windows relatively clean. they still don't sparkle, but the aren't opaque anymore. I am constantly surprised at how many places we still fit into! it's relatively easy to level and very sturdy. And finally we have a camper that feels as open and airy as a pop up! I really like this forum, even though we are about as far from a pop up as we have ever been, love the mutual love of camping that is here! So I can contribute a bit here and there, and really value this community of campers!