Welcome to the forum 1Plowboy!
I do not own such a model, but here is my advice (for what it's worth):
- Just know there are scam listings on Craigslist (and other places), so if anything smells fishy be extra cautious.
- It looks in good shape, but everything looks better in pictures than in person.
- You're looking at a 25 yr. old vehicle and house combined. If you lack expertise in cars or rv's, take someone (maybe several someone's) with you that can help evaluate the condition of both the chassis and coach.
- Rust (if more than surface rust is present) is a deal-killer in my opinion. So go underneath to have a look.
- Expect some mechanical problems on such an old and complicated vehicle. Not deal-killers if in otherwise good condition, just maybe an opporturnity to get something off the asking price.
- At the very least expect shocks, tires (could be old if not worn out), and brakes to need service as with any vehicle of that age.
- In the coach area expect to replace with fresh battery (or batteries) and take time to test functions of all appliances and water systems. That includes fresh water pump and dump valves.
- Finally, if it has a generator have them start it and run for an extended period like 20-30 minutes with and without a load (like roof ac). Some generators start fine and then stumble or stall later due to fuel pump problems. Low hours is as bad or worse than high hours of use. I've heard of many problems with generators with low hours not run enough to keep them in good condition. Stangely, I don't recall ever hearing of a highly used generator being a problem. They like to be run.
Many Dodge chassis seem to keep running forever and are well regarded. Some sloppy steering issues for which there are solutions.
Let us know how it goes.