Thanks to everyone who gave me a warning with the 22 year old Jayco on Ebay Germany/Austria.
Sorry Folks, for ignoring you, but American Popup-Camper are very rare in Germany and Europe.
Picked it up last week and started to strip it down this week.
Renovation will last its time because i am still in work all week long.
First we started a clean up inside the camper and the popup-liner. The liner is in an awesome condition: Only one screen behind the overhead cabinet is broken.There is a Waeco-Compressor Fridge ~ 3,9 cuft and a nearly new Flowjet Water-Pump in the galley.
First we removed the rear window. All dry around !
Stripped the rear right side paneling then and found rot around the popup mechanism and in the corner. We could see it from inside the cab before.But not as bad as expected.
Before removing the left side panel we have to support the roof because the winch that holds the roof in the upper position is fixed through the rear wall. Will be the first important step to remove the winch and rebuilt the floor and the room where it is located. Found a big hole in the side wall, much bigger than needed for winch access and bigger than the cover.
These Jayco campers are very well made! The bottom was complety covered with a thin layer of foam insulation and aluminium sheet and i have to say thank you very much to the guys at Jayco:
They gave me immediate support, e-mailing manuals and structural informations and measure of bottom and roof. Great Service !