Originally Posted by AK49er
Depending on the mileage and maintenance records and of course price it might be a nice entry into the class B lifestyle.
AK49er is right. There is always going to be something wrong (or not quite right) with a used RV. The questions then becomes what ($) will it take to fix and is that reflected in the asking price.
Now that assumes one has enough experience in estimating (1) is it fixable and (2) how much will it cost? It is all a bit like buying a house - you need to see as many as you can to get a sense of the "comps".
Wincrasher makes a good point about avoiding rust states, but then again, you might find a one owner RV, kept in a garage most of the winter. So you have to use some judgement. My '99 EVC was a Florida car - no rust, but the sun really beat up some of the trim and panel (mostly discoloration). But, I think, that was reflected in the price.
Everything is negotiable.