Tired of all the brown and tan? Take a look below ! I used my Challenger for less than a year for a remote medic project. During that time I put in beatiful ( I think) PCV wood flooring, Top quality paint ( who pays $80 a gallon???) a new hot water heater, new faucets and hardware on the cabinets! She was in great shape when I bought her and I treater her like a queen. No parties, home before midnight, frequent baths, the usual. The generator is in great shape, as is the engine, started weekly to keep everything lubricated and ready to go. Air Conditionings both in excellent shape, kept the whole house cool through the Missouri summer. The Ford Triton V10 handled the hills and mountains with grace and charm. She has a nice large canopy that is perfect for nice evenings in the shade. The bedroom holds a “camper” Queen, but I was able to easily fit my memory foam queen mattress on there, and with the bed hydrolics, I was still able to access the under-bed storage with ease. When you pull up at your site, you’ll be ready to relax in minutes- It’s got AUTO- leveling, line it up, push a button and you’re done. And you can pop your two slide outs open while you’re on your way to use the little explorers room after your long trip. There is also lots of storage underneath, and we too extra care with the enclosures to help her stay warm in the winter. She’s easily a 4 season! Tires have several more years on them ( depending on how much driving you do). This Class A motorhome will give you many years of enjoyment, and I hope you’ll take as good of care of it as I did.