I'll add my 1977 Harvest 440/727. An 8 wheeler Class C? It's a 6 wheeler with a tag! (Edit: I can't count before coffee! Just came back to change the 4 to and 8)hehe :/
The poor thing is awaiting a new floor inside. I'll have to pull the "lunch meat" press board up and put down 5/8ths plywood I have. I know carpet makes it quieter, but I'm installing the wood-lam anyway. Mom is hard of hearing and I love wood! And yes, I fixed all the roof leaks :/
Only a couple problems keeps it house bound this summer. It developed a rare fuel leak at the sending unit. Upon telling the friend I bought it from, he said that his kids would take the sending unit out and siphon gas out of it! They couldn't get past the block he had in the filler neck, so they just took the 6 screws out of the tank. Needless to say, they stripped the dang threads. It's getting a pick-yer-part tank soon.
The only other problem I know of is the power steering pump front seal is gone. You fill it up and it pours out in the first 8-10 miles or so, then it's back to "grunt" steering lol.
It has about 100K and purrs like a kitten. I actually drove it 50 or so miles before obtaining it. This fella owed me about $600. His mom was going to tow it off her ranch in the mountains, claiming it wont start because someone took the key switch out of the dash. I intercepted it by clearing his debt with me. Not a bad investment considering I'd probably never have seen the money. I went up and put a hot wire on the coil, put a screw driver on the starter screws and away we went (I just love mountain roads with no power steering)!