I have a 1999 Coleman Bayside. When it is popped down, the seal above the front storage trunk still has a gap. The gap is about 1 inch at its worse end to about 1/4 inch on the other side. There was a leak while the camper was closed up before I purchased the camper (3 months ago) that I have sealed. Currently, we are fully waterproof while parked and popped down and while parked and popped up. It's only when we drive that the issue arises. Due to the previous leak, the front storage compartment has dropped a bit, hence the gap. I am not ready to dive in and do a full rebuild of the front storage trunk, however tempting! I am imagining a removable flashing system that I can attach to the camper while we are driving that would prevent rain from being forced in. I went to Home Depot and bought the largest weatherstripping they had, however, it didn't cover the gap. I am thinking of something that would attach to the upper portion and "drape" over the seal, but then could be removed when we need to set up the bunk ends. I am fine with a permanent solution, ie. glue, flex seal, etc. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks. The black rubber seal does not reach. The white part is a section of weatherseal that I put on. However, it does not create a tight gap. Here you can see the actual gap. Again, I am thinking of adhering a removable flashing system that I can put on when driving. Maybe some strong velcro and a piece of metal flashing that adheres to it and spans the gap. Maybe soften the flashing by wrapping it some some flex seal tape?