Same chassis used under most Class C models of any brand. Biggest issue is that the Fords are many times not great on handling but there are several fixes for that, mostly greatly increased caster (5° positive) in the front end alignment to prevent wandering and getting blown around by semis and rear trac bars. This may have been done or the vehicle may drive fine without the mods (some do, some don't, depends on the loading, how you drive, etc) Before ordering parts, consult with someone such as Hendersons Line Up to determine what you need and what fits. Watch their videos also.
The coach will be typical Winnebago construction and quality. WBO does a lot of things right that other manufacturers do not. Wiring is marked with wire numbers for tracing circuits and they have all wiring, plumbing and parts diagrams posted on their website. Wiring is built in a shop on a board, with connectors installed, and then put in the coach during construction, so its plug and play for the shop floor. Very consistent builds. Not perfect but better than many.
Inspect the roof carefully to insure the fiberglass is not loosening.
I think that the v10 had all of its problems sorted out by 2004 (most likely the chassis is one year behind the coach) but do some research on two valve V10 engines to make sure. Some had spark plug blowing out issues and other odd things. Ignore anything specific to three valve engines, those are in trucks and F53 Class A motorhome chassis'.
The V10 is a screamer and this alarms many new owners. It makes its power at a rather high RPM, about 4000.
Winnebago is good since parts are available and you will likely need parts on older units...really any RV of any age. The V10 does rev high when going up hills and did freak me out at first...but it's a strong engine.
This all seems fairly generic to any motorhome but check this out. May be something helpful?