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I doubt any Barth was certified for roll over but some years ago, 2003?, a couple posted a pic of their coach on the shoulder after being involved in a highway speed crash concluding in rollover. I can't find the post, it may have been lost in the transition to this site. I do remember the couple were able to stand at the side of the coach for a picture to share with us. It is doubtable the damage was repaired.
Part 1: How do you fold a fitted sheet?
Part 2: Where do you look for socks if you don't have a fitted sheet in the dryer?
Tom's Monarch is aluminum.. (for the record)with fiberglass front pretty much the same as the Ronnebaum coach, or mine for that matter.
I must agree, looks like that one in the photo's was most likely one of a few. I think at the tail end they simply worked out a deal with another local motorhome manufacturer and put the Barth tag on it relying on the name for the sale. Probably sold a few at that.
There is an all fibrglass 98 28' chevy chassie puller from Mo. in Barth for sale. A friend of mine was checking on this one. Owner had it stored in a limestone cave. 54 deg. green energy climate control.
1986 31' Regal -1976 Class C
454/T400 P30 -350/T400 G30
twin cntr beds - 21' rear bath
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