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 They all sound honest when they're trying to sell you something. Of course they knew it was damp/rotten, it's the first thing they look for to pull the P/X value down. You could try pushing for an 18 month or 2 year warranty. ;)

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Thanks, I will keep looking lol

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I agree with all the comments here, the first thing the dealer does when taking in a p/x it to give it a good going over with a damp meter, so they certainly would have known. 

 

Personally, I wouldn't entertain any damp van, keep looking, you will find a dry one.

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