Hi all!! I am so glad I found this forum! We recently purchased a 1984 Sunline 23 ft (I believe). It's in great condition, but dated. Not much paperwork came with it. How do I find out how much it weighs? Everything seems to be working well on it so far, but we haven't been able to test out the sewer part. Any suggestions of something we should do or a product we should use when we test it for the first time? Next question is regarding towing. I have a 2003 Honda Pilot which says the towing capacity is 3500 lbs. My husband has a 2003 F150 which has towed the TT thus far. The only problem with the F150 is that it only seats 3 and there are 5 of us. Is adding a tow package to the Pilot a reasonable idea? The man wants to upgrade his truck but the finish line for having both vehichles paid off is within sight. Taking 2 vehicles every time we want to go camping seems like a huge pain, a lot of gas money and kinda defeats the purpose of family time. And do we NEED a swaybar? We haven't camped in the camper yet as I want to do some updating before we roll. 1984 called and they want their brown and orange plaid seat cushions back. Have I lost my mind to think I can actually paint over the wallpaper in this camper? I know I would need to prime it with an oil based kiltz first. But is this really gonna work or will I end up ruining the walls? And is laying tile on the "backsplash" kitchen area a do-able idea? I'm just not sure what all those kind of walls can handle. Any good suggestions for flooring? I'm sure I sound like an over ambitious newbie. lol I'm not new to camping, I'm just new to camper remodeling. I've always wanted to redo a camper and really make it my own rather than the standard from the factory kinda thing. I had that and it was nice. I've already tackled my first project which was the fridge. I took the fridge door off and decoupaged it with a whole bunch of Carribbean pictures. It turned out awesome! It looks like a piece of art. The camper is in excellent condition for a 1984 model. Technically we could camp in it as is. But I like a challenge and it's like a giant canvas for my creative side. And since the housing market sucks, I've decided to become a camper flipper. lol I know it's a lot of random questions, but I will be grateful for any feedback I can get! Thanks!