It looks like a really nice camper, but although they say it can go on a 3/4 ton short bed, if that's what you're driving, I would check your truck's weight and see how much that camper with all the extras weighs. We have the smallest Alpenlite (no slide, no generator, no basement) on our 3/4 ton gas Chevy and we're running about 300 lbs. over our GVWR of 9,200 lbs., but we're under on the axle weight. That camper has to be a few hundred pounds heavier than our Alpenlite. I wish I had read all the information on this forum before purchasing because I would have gone for a bigger truck. Good luck with whatever you decide.
Fleetwood got out of the Truck Camper business after 10 years, they made 3 models, the Elkhorn, Caribou and Angler.
We looked at them seriousily when they came out, and liked them.
Especially the Caribou!
Since then I haven't know a single Fleetwood Truck Camper owner that DIDN'T have leaks, delamination and rot. Many, many Fleetwood dealers including the only one here in Orange County stopped selling them due to the lack of quality and poor warranty and customer support.
Here is a RV.Net thread from 2002 talking about the issues...HERE
So have a good look at this unit, very carefully check out the cabover window area and feel the walls and roof...check for soft spots and discolored wall board.
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The pics look good. 10k is alot for any 2001. But a well maintained exc cond camper is worth extra. I think 7-8K if all is good. To check prices google 2001 Carabo ,whatever the spelling is, for sale. Comps will come up and look for reviews and posts of the model. Good luck, remember, water intrusion is not your friend. Check carefully.