Newbie here again with another question about purchasing our first RV. I have been doing tons of research, and perused thousands of pictures from sellers all over the country. I have seen some good ones, some scary ones (de-lamination bubbles and cracks proudly displayed) and some downright ugly ones (gold and brown shag carpet with velour seat upholstery...
Anyway, my question is that I have seen a few units from the 90's that showed an interior view of the ceiling with an east-west line/wrinkle, or ripple in the otherwise smooth cloth of the headliner. It looks like the ceiling panel cracked underneath the cloth, or its the seam of the plywood panels underneath or something. Has anyone else experienced something like that? It looks something like this:
Is this a common problem, that happens just with the "working" of the materials over time with normal use and I shouldn't be overly concerned about seeing it or it's relatively easy to repair...or is this a marker of a worse problem where hidden roof damage has caused the ceiling panels to shift/drop/crack causing that pucker in the fabric and I should walk away from that unit?
As always, any help you can give is appreciated, and thank you in advance for sharing your knowledge.