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Just purchased a 1985 Barth and think this thing is really cool. I am interested if anyone aware of anyone who is knowledge on Barth RV’s in Florida? This Barth came from Texas and is in really nice shape (my opinion). I would like to have someone take a look at it and share some knowledge. Thanks in advance!

 
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Nice looking coach. My 1986 33ft tag axle Regal had the same paint job. I always thought it was ahead of its time! Thumbs Up

Given the size of the state of Florida it would help to give a more specific location.

I believe I recognize that Barth. It belonged to the fellow who bought my coach! I believe he took good care of it, only sold it because he wanted a bigger one.

I am back in Michigan now but I will return to the Port Charlotte area in Florida in early December. Perhaps we could meet then if you are in that part of Florida.


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That would be great! This particular vehicle came from Texas about a year ago. I don’t know much about them, but I feel like this is in very good shape for the age.
 
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Is that the Chevrolet chassis with the 454 engine? Parts are generally still available. Some items like control arms are tough to find new.
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Yes, 454 on the Chevy chassis.
 
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Originally posted by Don’t know jack!:
Just purchased a 1985 Barth and think this thing is really cool. I am interested if anyone aware of anyone who is knowledge on Barth RV’s in Florida? This Barth came from Texas and is in really nice shape (my opinion). I would like to have someone take a look at it and share some knowledge. Thanks in advance!


 
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