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Hi ! I have recently acquired a 1964 24' Barth! We have had many campers but this is the first Barth! I'm looking forward to sharing with the group. Funny thing the title actually says 1964 Airo?? Does that mean anything to anyone?
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Tony here is the picture you sent me to post for you.
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That is an early Barth, indeed! The build number is usually stamped on the tongue, it will tell the month of manufacture.

Mary Ray has a trailer, StinkyDaddy has 2 of them. He knows them as well as anyone here.

Try a search through the forum archives. good luck with your project. Thumbs Up

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welcome aboard, protect those curved front windows


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Some of the trailers have Air Flow as part of the name. It's on the back of my '65, but not on the '66. I read that they were made to be towed slightly nose down so the air would flow over the trailer resulting in a smoother tow. Both of mine tow very well.

On the door side of the tongue there should be a stamp with a letter for the month of production, likely a "B" followed by the month number, then the unit number and the length at the end.

It looks alot like our '66. You're lucky to have an awning. You might look into a rock guard for the front windows. I think they used a standard guard. Vintage Trailer Supply might have them.

We're happy to see another trailer on here. Hopefully we'll see you at a GTG.

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