Advice on older and larger Jayco
First: My brother is contemplating the purchase of a 1999 Jayco Designer 3230K 32-foot class C with 67k miles.
I seem to remember reading...years ago....that class C's which were too long - like more than 28 feet, as I remember - could be problematic. Because their chassis weren't strong enough to handle all that weight. Or, something like that.
Anyway, I'd like some feedback from those of you with more class C knowledge and experience that I have. What would you think of a coach like this? Would you have concerns about it? Not in terms of how well it's been maintained, but whether it has proven itself to be a less-than-reliable *design*, primarily because of its length.
Second, this coach's floorplan has a bewildering trait: seemingly ZERO countertop space for making meals! The sink is on the left corner, the stove is on the right, and there appears to be NO space between them for working! Take a look at the floorplan I've attached. Am I reading this right? What were the designers thinking? Have some of you with similar coaches found a solution?