I am glad I found this forum. There seems to be a lot of info I wish I had found sooner.
We salvaged an '86 Funchaser from the brink of death after it was parked in the woods for 20 years. Of course the roof leaked for quite a while before we got it. I'll list the repairs we made if anyone has any questions about the repairs I will help if I can.
ceiling paneling and wall paneling from curtain wall front.
cooling coil on a Dometic RM2400 refrigerator (1/2 price of new unit)
brakes and magnets
black water valve
curtain wall using awning fabric (close match to original)
lower wood frame on left and right sides of the top half
weatherstripping around the bottom of the top half
guide blocks for raising/lowering
toilet valve and seals
awning spring (Carefree)
water fill neck
scissor jacks for leveling (with cordless drill)
radio and speakers mounted in front wall
P.S. One problem was the low water pressure. When I replaced the water pump, the line from the water tank had shavings in it from where the factory drilled the tank. Once cleared out the pressure was fine.