We had a 2003 Itasca Horizon 32T. Loved that little tank. Could get it in and out of any parking lot, state park, etc. Cross winds didn't seem to bother it much. Lots of cargo weight ability (5200 pounds) The cummins 300 with allison 3000 was a great combination.
When we bought it, I took a chance, as it was run by two owners for 3 years in New England winters. Yep, lots of rust on the undercarriage. I power washed it, touched up areas that needed primer and paint, and what do you know, after 4 years when we traded it in, the undercarriage didn't look any different than any other RV, many years newer.
Never had a hint of rust at the windshield, basement air was always more than sufficent to keep us cool in 95 degree heat, and warm in 40 degree cold. Yes, we had some maintenance issues to do, a few roof joint caulking sessions, and a few parts to replace. But our 4 years were a lot of fun.
Now we have a 40 footer, living full-time. Yes, it drives a bit better, has nicer features being 7 years newer, but we don't regret having that 32T model at all.
2010 Journey 39n - 2017 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk - this our 12th year living aboard, traveling in Texas for the winter, still avoiding the virus along the way!