That's a lot of money for a used and previously damaged trailer. If the repair was done right, I wouldn't necessarily walk away but who replaced it? If a dealer, can you talk to the dealer? Can you have a private RV Repair Tech inspect it? I suspect this was one of the Jayco's with the felt lined Alpha roofs that wicked water from the drip edges, a common issue with 2005/2006's.
Keep in mind, you can get a brand new Jayflight (2013) for 22-24K depending on options for the same floorplan from RVDirect.com and Whitehorse RV in NJ. I also quoted Terrytown in Michigan, they were the least expensive. Basically, for 8K more then the 7 year old rebuilt unit you can have new.....
Webber Family :campfire:
DW & 2 DD's
2013 Jayco Eagle 334RBTS