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Here is another image I was sent


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Regis Widebody1990 Barth Regis Widebody
8908 0128 40RDS-C1
L-10 Cummins
Allison MT647 Transmission
Spartan Chassis
Regal Conversion1991 Medical Lab Conversion
9102 3709 33S-12
Ford 460 MPFI
C6 Transmission
Oshkosh Chassis



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Is this the oldest Barth we know of to date? (Very cool by the way!)
 
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Originally posted by Kris & Tina Jones:
Is this the oldest Barth we know of to date? (Very cool by the way!)

Currently, Stinky Daddy has the oldest verifiable date - Once we get the vin# - this will probably be the oldest...

As an added tease... we believe that Greg also has the oldest Barth Motor Home - but we still don't have a data tag number on that one.



˙ʎ˙u ןןıq- „ǝןƃuɐ ʇuǝɹǝɟɟıp ɐ ɯoɹɟ pןɹoʍ ǝɥʇ ʇɐ ʞooן ɐ ƃuıʞɐʇ sı ǝɟıן oʇ ʇǝɹɔǝs ǝɥʇ„

Regis Widebody1990 Barth Regis Widebody
8908 0128 40RDS-C1
L-10 Cummins
Allison MT647 Transmission
Spartan Chassis
Regal Conversion1991 Medical Lab Conversion
9102 3709 33S-12
Ford 460 MPFI
C6 Transmission
Oshkosh Chassis



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But, Stinky Daddy's is actually on the road, not abandoned in a junkyard, and it has made two recent 1,500 mile trips successfully! We would love to see these old data tags and/or tongue stamps. Very cool!

Sherrie


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not abandoned in a junkyard

Scratch.....meoooow.......ouch!




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Scratch meow! I didn't really mean it that way though...LOL. We would love to see that camper bought and put back into service. Wouldn't it be great if Greg buys it, fixes it up, and pulls it behind his motor home? He would have the oldest Barth motor home AND the oldest Barth trailer! If he does that though, attendance at a Barth GTG will be required so we can all see both Barths!

Sherrie


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B1-174-24
'66 Barth Travel Trailer
D11-412-24
www.WilliamMitchellStudios.com
 
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Tina and I will charge our camera batteries for that GTG! We loved seeing your 65 in Milford.
 
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Originally posted by Kris & Tina Jones:
Is this the oldest Barth we know of to date? (Very cool by the way!)

Currently, Stinky Daddy has the oldest verifiable date - Once we get the vin# - this will probably be the oldest...

As an added tease... we believe that Greg also has the oldest Barth Motor Home - but we still don't have a data tag number on that one.

those comments were my sentiments almost exactly,lol would be nice to pull that camper behind motorcoach,would be a nice combination.
 
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Scratch meow! I didn't really mean it that way though...LOL. We would love to see that camper bought and put back into service. Wouldn't it be great if Greg buys it, fixes it up, and pulls it behind his motor home? He would have the oldest Barth motor home AND the oldest Barth trailer! If he does that though, attendance at a Barth GTG will be required so we can all see both Barths!im working on trying to get that camper since it is old,im real happy yours is rd worthy,the one i seen needs help,but its worthy saving,an the nostalgia is great for website.


Sherrie
 
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Here is another image I was sent
i looked at tongue to the left of the folding chair and found nothing,WHERE should i look for numbers?there is a barth corporation tag on the right side ,close to the door,with no numbers on it.
 
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what is the vin# of your trailer Greg?

You might need to scrape off several layers of paint or sand down the rust to see the stamped in numbers.



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Regis Widebody1990 Barth Regis Widebody
8908 0128 40RDS-C1
L-10 Cummins
Allison MT647 Transmission
Spartan Chassis
Regal Conversion1991 Medical Lab Conversion
9102 3709 33S-12
Ford 460 MPFI
C6 Transmission
Oshkosh Chassis



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Greg,
The data numbers are pretty tough to see. We had been looking over our trailer for a while before we found them.
Bill


Bill & Sherrie
'65 Barth Travel Trailer (built in '64)
B1-174-24
'66 Barth Travel Trailer
D11-412-24
www.WilliamMitchellStudios.com
 
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what is the vin# of your trailer Greg?

You might need to scrape off several layers of paint or sand down the rust to see the stamped in numbers.

o.k thanks bill,i dont own it yet but working on getting it hopefully,i had looked farther back on the frame.i get back by that camper will try and look and document numbers, basically on the front hitch. the 69 motorhome is progressing slowly,have completed the last fabric partition(curtain) for in between the sleeping quarters and kitchen.(try and get some pics up in a week or so).i am getting more done to the inside,than out at the present time.
 
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