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Just got he keys to my new 1977 Barth 22 Was totally surprised it came with complete original documentation. Even an original "her"s" key chain with the logo.The original warranty says the serial # is S7704218MC21S-2 Tomorrow I will look for the the plate.
Happy Boy
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Congrats.


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congratulations. The data tag number you posted is missing a digit.


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hi
Spend the day in and out of the Barth, man are these things well built. This one is in almost perfect condition.The serial number was missing a digit.
so here goes again S77042187MC21S-2.
Thing of a name thinking Gypsy any great day.I have ordered a camera so pic's soon
Peter
 
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To paraphrase,
Neither earthquake, nor riot, nor loss of the cup can shake a new Barth owner's unbounded enthusiasm.

Bravo, love your spirit Thumbs Up




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Now: 2000 BlueBird Wanderlodge 43' LXi Millennium Edition DD Series 60 500HP 3 stage Jake, Overbuilt bike lift with R1200GS BMW, followed by 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited,
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Hi There
Spent the last 3 days ripping out the old water to the washroom.
Think I am going to replace it with pex piping
Any one know of any better
Also stripped the vinyl
of all the bathroom walls
Don't know what to do with them thinking of paint?
Suggestions?
A good day!!!!!!!
 
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Too late now but Lenny painted his vinyl wall covering and it looks great. If it's not damaged, just old and stained, this is the way to go.
In your case, it's already out so on to something else. I resurfaced my tub-shower area with white vinyl sheeting from Homey,[or Lowes]. It's thinner than paneling and flexible, has a finished surface on one side and treated for water-based adhesive on the other. Cuts with heavy scissors, and you use white plastic trim to join or corner or end it. It's a cheap, clean fix.


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Thanks
The vinyl was bubbling so thought I'd just remove any suggestions on the best paint as it is also a shower.
PeterMac
 
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