The motor home looked good. We did find that it had a new engine (Ford Triton 6.8L V10) because it had been caught in a flood and someone had tried to start it with water in the engine. They said the new engine, replaced by a dealer in Atlanta, had a five year 100,000 mile warranty on it. The price included an awning that hadn't been installed yet, they were replacing the front tires and would warranty the appliances for a year. We took it for a test drive and found it rode much better than the Class A. Liking it, I gave them a deposit for it with plans to pick it up in a couple of weeks after they had modified it and our financing was in place.
On the way home, we drove through a torrential downpour that had a lot of Sudbury flooded by the time we got there. I had installed a new Reflex wiper on the drivers side when we stopped for supper in Alliston and found the Rain-X treatment that came with it to be excellent in keeping the windshield clear. I will be getting some Rain-X for regular use.
The storm held us up and we got home quite late.