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I have a 28' 1966 Barth travel trailer I would like to restore it to the original floor plan. Does anyone have any information on this trailer. I have only seen shorter ones. This one has two doors in the front.
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Are the doors on each side or do you mean there are two doors in front on the curb side? Pictures would be helpful. I have sent you a Private message, Click HERE.


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This trailer has both doors on the same side. I think it was custom made and was used for offices because there are no place for beds. I would like to know if it is more valuable leaving it like it is are making a living space and a bedroom. I would send pictures but I not sure how. Could I attach them on a email?
Thanks Denise
 
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There is no "classic" market for Barth trailers like there is for Airstreams and Avions. A Barth (of any design or configuration) has no collectable or investment value. Do the interior in a design that suits your needs.


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Originally posted by Denise:
This trailer has both doors on the same side. I think it was custom made and was used for offices because there are no place for beds. I would like to know if it is more valuable leaving it like it is are making a living space and a bedroom. I would send pictures but I not sure how. Could I attach them on a email?
Thanks Denise


Rusty is correct. No special value will be given to any Barth. It is not a rare coin. It is not an early Mustang, nor a 1955 Mercedes Gull wing coupe. Your value will be what you do to use the trailer for. It could be camping or a concession trailer. Above is my post on 11-10-2016. There are some links, I may be able to help you with. Are you able to click or touch and open the links?


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