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I need a 1975 Barth Owner's Manual - can anyone help me out with this?
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My Barth did not come with a manual. Just a binder with manufacturer's manuals for the fridge, stove, etc, and a hand drawn wiring diagram.
Mine came with nothing. Would you be able to make a copy of your binder and send it to me? I will pay for whatever the cost is. I want all the information possible to take good care of The House (that's what I call my little Barth). Let me know and I will give you my mailing information.
I really appreciate your help. I am visiting my mechanic this Monday, where my barth is presently stored. I will get the model numbers and post them for you. Thanks again!
I purchased a model# 23 coach #75051678MC23B chassis # CPL3753300939 on a P 30 chevy chassis I have some wireing and owners manulas for chassis , genrator,pt-710-711 powerconverter,refrigerator& a sales flyer .If you cover cost I will get copys and send to you.
I have a 1975 27 footer. I have the original �Barth Binder� with all the information. Plus the previous owner upgraded most of the mechanical items in 1997. E-mail me. I might be able to provide you with what you need.
I have binder for the Barth model 1976. Shows bigger models than mine. I have the 21 ft. Class A
Max, are you willing to make a copy of your binder? I'll cover copy and mailing costs.
I to would like the copy of the binder mine is a class C. willing to pay thanks Donna
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Barth for the no part supplied no useful in the form of a manual per so. Just a collection of manuals for various components. I would suggest taking a notebook and start from one end of the coach and write down mfg and model numbers of everthing. Water pump, furnace, water pump, frig, AC, etc. Then get on the computer and start searching. Some companies have downloadable pdf's of their manuals, even older ones. Some you may have to buy. If you have a Spartan Chassis a SC-2000 manual is like $100.00. Julie in your case you could find a 1975 maintenance manual for a 1975 P-30 Van from Haynes for $15.95 at www.autozone.com
Now the only thing that you are missing is the junky blue line drawing of your electrical system and plumping.
[This message has been edited by davebowers (edited August 10, 2005).]
Where is the best place to start if you are a new Barth owner and do not have the honor of having any documentation?
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