One of the bigger truths is that a vehicle goes down faster when not used!
While they may look totally new, there are some hidden things to be aware of before choosing. One is the way things rust or dry rot.
Look carefully and you are likely to find small points like rubber vacuum lines, belts and hoses may have tiny little cracks if you squeeze or bend them. Moving tends to make them stay flexible but if they stay in one place for long term, they tend to form a permanent shape and that may break when they have to move!
Brakes are often an unseen point. does it have rubber brake lines at each wheel? They get brittle!
Brake fluid can snag us if we don't think. It draws moisture and when we drive it is often driven out to do no damage but if it is stored, it can be a killer. The water collects in the fluid due to it's natural properties and then when stored, that water in the fluid winds up in the master and wheel cylinders to rust them.
It seems to work fine and brake fine but each time we brake that rust scores the inside of the cylinder and after a few thousand miles we have leaks at all the wheels and have to replace all four wheel cylinders!
I would want to have the fluid tested before deciding to go with it. New recommendation is to change fluid every three years and we would assume it not being done? Perhaps pull the cap off the master cylinder and feel for rust inside the tank? If it's rusty there, assume the hidden spaces to be worse as they get less air flow!
It could be good or it could be a nightmare. Much depends on personal situation and how well you might be setup to deal with lots of unknowns. Parts can be a major hangup on that old!
If we are up to it, the everyday maintenance can be less complex, but if not, finding folks who know how to deal with the older ignitions can be a trick? If I remember correctly that will not be fuel injected?
Why no RV year, make and floorplan on MY signature as we suggest for others?
I currently DO NOT have one!