Quote Originally Posted by JohnSawyer View Post
The only problem I had with a class c in the cold was the black water tank froze...

Enjoy the toy! I love mine!
The vast majority of ALL classes of RVs produced today are NOT built for winter use so things like frozen water tanks are the norm not the exception.

You can buy winter rated RV's but they're few and far between and most models can't even be ordered that way.

I found that a single 60 watt light bulb hung in the compartment where the water tank was, was sufficient heat to keep the tank from freezing. I was lucky and had a Class A where everything was inside compartments. You're SOL with some models where the tank is exterior mounted under the chassis though.