Buying a RV sight-unseen is akin to playing Russian roulette. When you pull the trigger you may or may not get the results you want. I would demand an inspection certificate on company letterhead, with the results of a detailed inspection of possible water damage, plumbing integrity, wiring inspection. frame and axle condition, working condition of all appliances, general appearance inside and out.
Who pays for the inspection is negotiable.
My cousin didn't do this, in fact he bought his TT in Columbus OH. He did not get an inspection, and although he got a low price, spent several hundred $ on repairs when he picked up the TT.
Frig was bad, water damage, floor required re-covering.
2000 Winnebago Ultimate Freedom USQ40JD,
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