We have a 02 HR but it's a 27ft. We love it. I like the fact that it has aluminum sides and alum roof. You won't have to worry about the dreaded delam issue on fiberglass rigs. We bought ours in December and have camped 3 weekends so far. Everything has worked great so far.
That price sounds pretty good. See if you can get a pressure test? Also, make sure you like the layout. Good luck!!
2002 27PBS Holiday Rambler (Aluminum sided/roof) Love it!
'94 Jamboree 22ft. (This beast had a 460 with tons of power)
'95 VW Eurovan camper (5 cyl. dog) Pulled a 3 rail fine though.
Borrowed folks '84 VW Westphalia (water cooled)
The E450 is good. Slides? Important thing is that is has a floor plan you like. The other very important thing is that it doesn't leak. Check for leaks and then check some more. The cabover is critical for leaks, check this are very closely. Very costly to repair.
X2, X2, the most important thing about any RV is the floor plan, will it support YOUR
lifestyle? Price is a close second, but if something does not work for you no amount of money later on will change that, and that problem will be with YOU, as long as you own the RV!
Great feedback everyone! Thank you for the info on the aluminum roof/siding. Does anyone know what you do to seal the roof? Does anyone know if there is more outside storage in the HR vs other with similiar floorplans?