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So, I have inherited my family's Class C Barth. We had a lot of great times in it when I was young but my father and both my brothers have passed. I would love to spend time and money renovating as I love this camper! However, the old boy aka Sparkie is in sad shape and has been in my parent's yard unmoved for years. Looking for ideas, motivation, inspiration, and connections to get him up and running again if possible.
 
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Welcome Smiler

Sounds like you now have a new hobby -project . Try to enjoy the work that will go into it and then have some fun camping . None of us are getting any younger so hopefully you can enjoy it while you're still able. It should bring back some fond memories Smiler


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