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Good day all! I just joined today. I just happened across this machine, and am trying to buy it. I was wondering if anyone had much info on it. I found paperwork inside that indicates it as a '75 Model, on a P30 chassis with a small block GM engine. It says 20 by the door. Does that indicate it is a 20'? Is there a model/series that this is from? The inside is pretty rough....70s vintage and requiring work. What would the approximate value on this be?
 
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It looks good for its age. There should be a data plate, usually near the driver area. this will tell all about the size, model, etc.

Value is a very slippery fish…
Depend on running condition, maintainence, total miles, tires, etc

Search this site for more info! good luck!


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So will any Barth be shiny like this if you remove the paint and polish it? hmm

Intersmashable, any interior photos?


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I believe so. Apparently someone spent big $$ to have what was done so far on it done.

I didn't take any inside pictures...honestly, I'm not sure if I should even say this on this group....might be sacrilegious....but I'm looking at it to gut and market as a food truck. Nothing is in good shape inside, and I hadn't even heard of a Barth until I stumbled onto its shiny exterior.
 
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Nice!! I have a 74 20ft and want to polish it up like that. I also thought about a food truck too, perfect layout for it. Barth RVs are cool.
 
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Once the original interior is trashed, there is no reason not to build whatever you need. Better a running, useable food truck than rotting in a lot somewhere.

Any aluminum barth can be polished. LOTS of work and subsequent touch up required, ask any shiny airplane guy.

Lee has a coach that is fully polished, really pretty. He has posted some of the work here on the site.

One caveat: dents look worse when polished… if the coach has dents or scrapes they will look really obvious when shiny.

Good luck with the project. Keep us posted! mechanic


8607-3346-33TFPOB------9708-M0037-37MM-01
86 Regal SE 33 Tag axle--"98" Monarch 37
Chev P3(7) 454TBI--------Cummins 8.3 300 hp
400 hp fuel injected-------6 spd Allison, Spartan MM
 
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value? whatever a potental buyer is willing to pay.

Polish job .. priceless!






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