If I was selling my Scamp
, I'd have the water/water heater active, water tank to demonstrate the water/drain pumps, A/C running, refridge cooling, awning
out, commode/sinks/shower in operating order, run through ALL lights
(including exterior), my Scamp
is on jacks so I would spin the wheels...look at tires
...feel the bearings, open all the closet doors and shine a light
in there for the potential buyer to see (no former leaks). I'd even spray it down with a water hose on the outside
and have them watch for leaks
inside if they desire..., fire up the gas furnace
if I had one
...., drain the tanks I had just added put water into (fresh and gray/black) I think you get the message. Then sell it AS-IS!
If I was buying used, above is also what I would want to see- unless the owner told me up front that something wasnt working and that I was buying it "as-is". That's my opinion.
It would be nice to ask about "Owner's manuals". Alot of people dont think about it, but they can be VERY important if your not familiar with RV appliances. But also, if you need parts for them.
For what it's worth, the '09 Scamp SHOULD have a fiberglass
"rock shield" that covers the front bath room window when traveling. It may not be a deal breaker, but I'd ask about it for traveling.