When I purchased my class b motorhome, I made sure all the appliances worked, which they did, then I took it to a service center and paid to have the vehicle itself checked over. (brakes, shocks, engine, hoses, belts) after all checked out, I bought the unit.
starduster67 it stands for technical bulletin. What occurred, I was on a trip and after I stopped for gas, I started the engine and my oil light stayed in the red. I did a search on dodge oil loss and found this bulletin put out by dodge. I had the gasket replaced and have not lost a drop of oil between changes. I believe your getting a good deal, I just happened to luck out, I went to my local Rv dealer and they had this unit on their lot, they had it listed for 15,000. After talking to the sales manager, he told me they really did not want it because they do not deal with B's, so he said if I want it, he would wholesale it to me for 8400.00.
I purchased a used 1998 coach house wide body 192KS 2 years ago. It had 82,000 miles and in good condition. The generator did not work, but in 2 hours, I got it running great. I paid $8400.00 for the van which is on the Dodge 3500 platform with the 5.9L (360 magnum) engine. I replace the shocks, brakes, rotors wheel bearings and got new tires (old ones were 5 years old). I had to replace the plenum gasket a year ago, that is a common problem with Dodge, they have a TB you can read online about the issue. I get 15-16 mpg. Which I'm happy about.