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Here are some photos of the first Barth that my parents owned. I don't recall what model it is. They made numerous trips to Arizona, then purchased the 1991 Regal 28' that I now own. This one got parked and never moved for years and years. Today I finally got it fired up and moved it under cover. It has had a small roof leak but it's not terminal. It's not quite for sale yet but will be soon. 350 Chev, 4bbl. I always liked this little guy but appreciate the Regal.

Sorry, can't figure out how to load multiple images at once so I'm going to have to load one at a time, using replies.



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I'd love to see more pics. I've recently acquired a 22' 1983 Barth Euro and am looking for ideas and perhaps parts for it. I'm just south of you in Victoria.
 
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Overhead bunk works fine.


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@Greywhale - This Barth is located in the Kootenays, in Kaslo. While moving it under cover, the brake pedal and shifting lever were a bit sticky. I think with some lube they would free up enought to make the drive. I did it with the Regal last spring and it had also sat for a number of years. They don't want to part it out.


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Thanks, nice to see these pics. I'm looking for ideas for adding bed space, mine has only the convertible couch and dinette. It does not have the front cab bed over the seats. Perhaps I'll hang a hammock! I'll watch for your price, perhaps I can talk a friend into joining the Barth club.
 
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This would make a cute little sister to my 1975 Barth.

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Sorry, can't figure out how to load multiple images at once so I'm going to have to load one at a time, using replies.


Please don't attach any more pix - email to me. I'll upload these existing to Photobucket when I get a chance. (Expensive) Space in the web host is limited, so we use PB for images. Thanks.


Rusty


MilSpec AMG 6.5L TD 230HP; built-to-order by Peninsular Engines:  Hi-pop injectors, gear-driven camshaft, non-waste-gated, high-output turbo, 18:1 pistons.  Fuel economy increased by 15-20%, power, WOW!"StaRV II"

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Oops. Sorry about that, I just read some newer instructions at the top of this forum and all becomes clear. I followed the link and understand that Bill N's page is what I should have seen before. I'll do it properly in the future.


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Hi Sandytoes....Just wondering....Is that 20 footer still for sale?
 
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