Mine clocked in at over $30,000. What I got was an original-looking 1971 Sovereign
, which is what I wanted. I was really tempted to go with avocado Kodel carpeting, but I asked myself whether I could live with it five years down the road. The answer was a resounding no. I got a new china toilet, but since it sits higher than the original (which was missing), I had a new vanity bench seat made. I got a new black tank and galvanized pan to hold it, new bathroom plywood, new carpeting and marmoleum throughout, new mattresses with matching covers, wall covers and sofa foam & upholstery. I got new seals for all windows and doors, new awnings all the way around and a new rockguard (the original Butylene one was missing). All the water pipes were replaced with Pex and I got new faucets throughout. The original Armstrong A/C was still running strong, but the shroud needed to be redone, so it was. I got a new fridge with a fan to vent it on hot days, a new Suburban furnace and a new WhisperKing water pump. The exterior whatchamacallit coating was intact, so no need to mess with it, other than to wash and Walbernize it. I also got original aluminum mags, new tires and a new polished rear bumper. I had a new TV antenna put in, and the wiring for the radio and speakers were there, but never put in, so they did that too, and built an original-looking radio holder out of the original veneer, which looks great. They also rebuilt the rear holding compartment with new aluminum sheeting, put in an AGM battery and I got a new Iota charger, which is completely silent. Since the galley had been butchered, I had an original galley shipped in from Texas and they reconstructed a new one out of mine and the other one. You can see the pics for yourself in my gallery. I think I posted the end results, I can't remember now. If they're not there, I'm on Frappr, and I know that they're there. I am, by the way, happy with what I got, now that all of the nitnoy problems have been fixed.