It is a definite downside, really only getting about 8mpgs that was cruising at about 70 mph through gusty New Mexico winds. If i could keep it at 60 probably do a bit better.The only down side I see is the 25 gal. fuel tank. I'll bet you'd be lucky to get 250 miles on a tank if that. Sweet ride though.
You almost convinced me, but I am having too much fun. Maybe in a couple of yearsYou really don't want the hassle of dealing with this nearly 60 year camper. You should just PM me a price so that we can work a deal out. I will be in Texas in a couple of weeks and can be in Oklahoma the day after if we can work something out.
Let me know...
I'll get around to posting some better picks of the deck soon, It is original to the camper. It originally hinged off the camper itself then had supports to put on the ends to hold it up. The previous owner came up with an ingenious design where it is now hinged off the rear bumper and is completely supported by the bumper using a cantilever design and is raised and lowered with an ATV winchThe fold out deck is a really awesome addition.