A very enjoyable model to build, I was inspired to buy and make it because my son in law has a camper and the grandkids love it.
I made it for my grandson who is very good at looking after things and this is quite a fragile model when made. He also understands the difference between a toy and a model.
The bus itself went together in stages very well. I used mostly revell acylic paints (airbrushed),which are very good, despite what another commentator has said about them. (everyone has their own favorites).
As a few other people have pointed out the door hinges are very easy to snap. I used a small drill bit in a pinchuck and carefully drilled out the hinge pivot holes in the doors and the chassis. I then glued small lenghts of fuse wire into the doors and snapped them into place on the chassis at the last moment. A difficult procedure but one that worked.
Assembling the body around the chassis is also hard, but with a lot of dry fitting and some filing I managed to achieve a good result.
Another problem came with the decals, ok until the body trim which, once one part broke became useless, so I left it off altogether. You can use foil for this kind of thing if you chose. The clear parts required careful fitting also, with some abrasive work neccessay.
Overall, a great model of a classic, I would recommend it only to reasonably skilled model makers, but could be fun for others if they have help they can call on.