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You will also have the same problem with weight in a C.  I have 1,300 pounds of cargo carrying capacity, and that includes people, belongings, and water and any sewage.  Luckily, I travel alone, so I am just at my maximum, and maybe just a bit over. 

Also, even though you are increasing your budget, don't go too cheap or old on a C.  They can be huge money pits--even a set of 7 new tires can cost $2,000 and you will probably need a new set with an older C.

Everyone suggested a popup or small lightweight trailer because you can get newer and in better condition for the price.

You might not like this idea, but I worked a second job for quite a few years to bump up my retirement funds, and that, plus working online part-time is what enable me to afford my lifestyle.  Get a second job for a few months and put ALL of your paychecks into a special travel fund.  It will make a difference.

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