I lived in my 345 for 6 months in the Dakota oil fields.very comfortable. Do you,and can you work on these things. Buying a restored one would be the way I'd go if you want to go now. But what does restored mean. I got 15 k in mine right now. And I'm not done. Close but not done.
I'd ask him when was the last time the units been out and used. I would personally test everything. Water furnaces, toilet. Etc etc. the under side is where people skimp. Front end parts, u joints transmission, rear end serviced. Brakes. All this stuff cost big money if you don't have the space or tools to do it yourself. If it looks mint, it's probably been kept inside. That's good.
What does he want for a restored one. I won't sell mine for less than 30 k when I'm done. A really nice one will be in that range. Get receipts on what's been done,and when. New tires that are 5-6 years old are right on the edge of untrustworthy. If I were looking for a really nice unit that has been restored, I'd be looking to pay 30-40 k minimum...
If you want to buy the unit in need of work, plan on dumping at least 10 to15 in it. I got 2 years working on this thing. Not every day but a lot of time on stuff.
This is my 4th motorhome. It is a labor of love, Good luck give us here a buzz if you need help on something. Lots of good folks that got a lot of experience . DJ