Some great input. I admit, I missed the evidence of water leaks that Deandec posted about, but I know he knows CC's, and may have missed it on my 'Next, next, next..' shuffle!
Overall, I felt the coach looked good for it's era
!. I DID NOT look, or will comment on pricing... As a 32' coach, could be worth much more to a buyer who has places/sites, that this is mandatory for
The ISC is KISS. But, it's also Exhaust Brake assist - vs - Jake Compression Brake assist - which I prefer.
I do like the simple, and IMO - much more useable Zip Dee awnings
!. For example, how the main awning includes the entry way. And, you can tilt it to handle rain or wind. (Say vs the newer CC used awnings, that go straight out. They look pretty - but are often times next to useless.).
Ken coach? Yes. Terry has (Had?) a reputation at Kenai coach of doing whatever needed to be done, to make a used CC 'Ship Shape - and Ready to Go!'. Kenai is now under new ownership via the umbrella of the Oregon Motor Coach group (Which, Terry used to work with to get coaches in good shape for new owners!). Too soon to know, if what Terry did - is still the same business practice... So as mentioned. Independent inspection by a potential buyer - well, is solid advice.
What would I look for? Well first, I'd determine if I had a real need for a 32' DP. If not, I'd recommend 34-36', if smaller size matters - as the volume of coaches built is much higher. And, 36' is more 'livable' for many who travel for longer periods of time. If size below 40' is not important, SHOP for a 40'. Higher volume built, equates to higher selection of used coaches. And IMO, Tag coaches, do yield added safety via handling characteristics in adverse conditions. And 40' coaches, add higher comfort levels for livability due to space, storage, CCC, and - well, etc.
(And I do get it! Many need a specific smaller size coach for various reasons - and we all do what we must do... BUT, if smaller is not mandatory. Why pay the higher premium price on a smaller coach? 36' and 40' (With a few CC's in-between these lengths available!) - are more numerous
What is important, is what you as a buyer is looking for.
In general, that era of CC's. Were will built. Less complex. And IF the 32' size is important to your planned usage, and or storage - well... Do a deeper dive and spend the funds of an Independent Inspection....
Best of luck to you,