Originally Posted by jrousell
I am looking at a 72 overlander.
Is the tail-droop issue less of an issue with the 27' models compared to the 31' models of this era?
I am aware of some of the other gotchas like the absense of grey-water and looking for signs of leaks and rotted floors... checking applicances, and suspension/tires etc....
but the tail-droop thing kinda has me more worried when looking at airstreams...
Have someone stand on the rear bumper.
Have them jump up and down.
Look for the frame as it enters the rear of the shell, to move downward from the shell.
If there is movement, then there is rear end separation, to some degree.
The further it moves, the greater the problem.