You do know that there is a way to own one of these basically free, don't you?
I've been looking at these for a while now.
I'll 'splain really quick: You purchase one used from CruiseAmerica. They still have the warranty and can be completely refurbed cheap. You save around $20000 from new.
Payments would be about $400/mo. or so, meaning your cost to own would be around $4800/yr. plus insurance/fees bringing it to maybe $5500/yr.
You get registered as a self proprietor or S-Corp business, and rent it out 3-4 times a year. The FunMovers go for around $1700/wk. after fees, so 3-4 weeks rent per year would cover all your expenses.
Now the fun part: Thanks to the new tax plan, small businessess can write off up to $100,000 as opposed to $25,000 on new capital expenditures. You write the whole damned thing off, taking the chunk depriciation option. You then show a loss for the first two years (even if it's $50).
**Consult a tax attorney for all the specifics.
For the first two years, not only do you have a motorhome you don't pay for, it puts a few bucks in your pocket. After that, it still pays for itself, and you may find that it is worth buying a second motorhome just for rental purposes.
Voila - that's it. Just like the rest of life, if you're willing to take a small risk up front you can have a reward.