We bought an 87 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 32ft. And we already logged almost 300 miles on it in less than 2 days! Mechanically, it runs great. The motor just passed smog a couple weeks ago. When speaking to the seller, we found out, the owner just spent $1600 on a new 4-barrel carburetor/manifold set up. The new 3 way fridge cost them $1600 as well. We just got the RV over 63,000 miles. One thing that was a shock, was finding the log the sellers kept of every mile driven. The thing only gets 5.7 mpg on average. We drive it at 55-60 mph and I pushed it to almost 70 for a few minutes to feel the power. We pulled the Grapevine with no problems. There are a few things that need to be worked out. I need to replace two headlights. Some of the exterior small marker lights are burnt out as well. The main awning came apart from its front mounting point, so I have no idea how we'll get that fixed. One of the vent covers on top is cracked and needs to be replaced. The gas gauge is not working properly, so I have no idea how much fuel is in the tank. I kept stopping and putting more fuel in every 50 miles or so, just to make sure. The gas pump kept shutting off, and I could see fuel in the gas tank neck, but it would eventually go down into the tank, so I'd just keep putting more in until I got tired or bored. Or broke!!! We need a shower door/curtain as well. Other than that, after a good power wash and interior cleaning, it looks awesome. And another big shock was the storage fees for these toys. We could of got a space over an hour away for $55, but that is way too far away. Every place around here is all full. We did find a local place, but at almost $200, it's ridiculous. So, hopefully our place in line on the base's waiting list ($30) will come up soon. If not, an hours drive will have to do. We have tons of questions, and we have no idea how to work anything on this thing. We have no clue on the water, power, generator, or anything else. I did figure out how to disconnect all the batteries. And after all, we did get it home and stored without blowing it up!!! Well, any input or advice will be welcomed. Plans are for another voyage next weekend. Just a little dive down south and maybe some beach exposure. Another quick question, is it difficult to change out the carpet to something more modern? How about wooden floors or vinyl? We know we would like to remove some of the wall paper and either install plain or paint it plain. It's flower pattern and quite dated right now. I'll post pics soon if we can figure out how to post them.