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Ok, there's two ways to look at it. One, make an offer based on you fixing the problems, or two, make an offer based on the owner bringing it up to code. Either way, you would want to get an estimate of the repairs, as part of your decision. There's nothing there that would be that hard to fix if you are at all handy with tools. For instance, the cabin heater doesn't actually have to come out, just be disconnected from the propane. You pull out the old propane line to the stove, and have a new one made up. The LPG switch is actually a switch and a solenoid. The solenoid goes in the propane locker, and then the switch where it is convienent. You'll have two wires coming from the solenoid, one to negative, and one to the switch, then two from the switch, again, one to negative and one to a hot lead (with inline fuse). Nav lights shouldn't be too difficult either, if the wiring is okay.
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