If you remember, I said that $2900 was pricey. That said, If it is in VERY good condition and is loaded, i.e. awning, ac, oven, etc.; then, I personally would do my best to get it for $2,500.
I personally like the layout of the 1550, esp. in that size TT. It has lots of windows including the bunk vent windows, which I like. The 1550 can easily be cross vented with the window locations. The lounge can be an open bed system while keeping the dinette for eating, esp. for 1 or 2 people.
I like the door location.
If you can. Take a look at it and walk away. Then think about it. Then it becomes a thing of heart over head. That and how much can you afford to spend.
Hope this helped.
TT:1983 Sunline T-1550
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