Oh, that one's better than my ONE original. Well, it won't fit mine, buy you get the idea. It's just that I love some of the "creative" descriptions of "vintage" and "excellent condition" Airstreams I see on eBay. Poor coaches that obviously have rear end sage and need new axles come off as in "excellent" condition.
And BTW, has everyone noticed how "As is" is used to mean "if I didn't mention it and you didn't ask before you bid, or I didn't properly understand your question , or pretended not to, you're screwed"??? "As is" is supposed to mean that you see the flaws, you note them and buy it anyway, not as a cover to mean that that any unmentioned flaws are the buyers fault.
I understand that you have to know what to ask before you buy, but sellers seem to think that the phrase "as is" frees them from any responsibility to accurately disclose the coach's issues. My .02.