In dealer talk "soft floor" means "OH MY GOD IT'S LEAKING AND THE FLOOR IS ROTTING OUT! But please don't say anything to this guy!"
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My first HTT was a 2000 Shamrock 21' and it had a couple issues. Installed a recall kit for the front bunk supports, the twist locks for the bunks kept rusting(had to keep a can of WD-40 handy), and just before we got rid of it in 2005 i found it had a leak by the door. Floor was starting to yellow, i think it was from the awning mounting. Also the front bunk had a minor leak which i sealed with some silicone. Otherwise we liked it, towed great, easy to set up, and it was roomy inside.
Unless you're prepared to pretty much rebuild the camper, I'd suggest you keep shopping.
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Price a new Roo 19 at RVWholesalers. This will give you a price point if nothing else. Many times "local dealers" want nearly as much for a 5 year old camper as you can buy a new one from a high volume dealer.
Lakeview to Lakeview (MN to OH) is a 12 hour drive to be sure, but folks have driven much further and saved thousands of dollars. About $500 in travel expenses. There's also a high volume dealer in Chicago, about half the distance.