maccorgi - this definately sounds like a 'service' or 'shuttle' rv that has been used for that purpose only - a) 2008 and never titled?? - if you do buy it check the vehicle VIN before you sign the dotted line and verify that it is actually owned by that dealer - I have seen a couple of bogus deals happen like that in the past where the the numbers, both vehicle chassis and coach numbers did not match the documentation that came with it b) you mentioned that the slidout seal(s) are missing- sounds like the slidout has been in and out many times and that indicates the RV has been used possibly at shows, events, or for personnal use - it's also possible that this unit may have been used by one dealer for a while then possibly traded to the current dealer and they then used it as well - 3500 miles on the vehicle and 300 hours on the generator?? - absolute proof that it is well used and at that mileage I would check with the local highway authority to see if it has ever been in an accident even though it has not been plated or registered -if it was involved in an accident the police report will have the dealer name and dealer plate number that was on the RV at the time - there may be hidden damage to the body or chassis that has been repaired- a trained eye can spot this in most cases - you may also want to check who the coach was originally delivered to by contacting the factory with the VIN numbers c) 300 hours on the generator is not a lot but if several different people operated it who knows if the generator has been maintained and for that matter the vehicle itself ? - usually you find it has not so has any damage been done to the generator that will shorten the service life so that you will not get the running hours out of it that you would if you purchased new and maintained it yourself ? - this all has to be taken into consideration since any repairs will be paid by you after the purchase - are they offering any warranty with the coach? - the fact that they did not even clean the coach before showing it tells me that they want to dump it and that it's possible they did not take care of the maintenance on it - if you do want the unit hire an RV tech to look at it and have him check the operation of everything on the RV before you accept the deal- let us know what happens!