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Hopefully this will work & you can look at my project in work.

[edit: Bill N.Y.]
Here's a link to the Barth photo album - Click to view a slideshow


Todd
 
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Sooooo in 1967 they used only black wire. What year did they come up with the use on only red wire? Confused All who wander are not lost.


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Damn Bill you're good. I tried but couldn't get it to work. I wanted to edit the post & let people know. Thanks once more Bill. I may have to put you on the payroll! LOL
 
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Link has been updated since last posting. We're making progress.
 
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Thanks for sharing your progress. It looked like a daunting task in the first few pics, but by the end of the series you made it look like a cake walk.
Now I need to go replace my roof vents. Eeker
 
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Thank you. Rained all day here & in CT where the Barth is residing. I was told he had 1 wall up in the Bathroom shower & most probably 2 by nightime. So far I have not received any pictures.

I admit I'm starting to get ants in the pants. I went to Ikea to look for chairs. I found a couple but I won't buy them unless I have the trailer here.

I'm debating between an Ice Box, gas & electric or an electric fridge. Then a small bar sink & a 2 burner small Attwood or Suburban range. Don't know whether I want an electric Hot Water Heater or a propane w/tank.

Keep you people updated.

Todd
 
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OMG what a major project. This will certainly be a "custom" rig if it wasn't before! There can't be too many of those around anymore. It will probably last another 50 yrs.


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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Very Nice Todd!!! Thumbs Up
 
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It's pictures like these that really, make me wish I had talent. head bang




Formerly: 1997 Barth Monarch
Now: 2000 BlueBird Wanderlodge 43' LXi Millennium Edition DD Series 60 500HP 3 stage Jake, Overbuilt bike lift with R1200GS BMW, followed by 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited,
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Todd,

Nice work! An inspiration for all of us. Glad you're keeping us posted. It will be a neat project to watch. Good luck with it.

Born in Bay Shore's Southside Hospital many moons ago,

Lou
 
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Hey Lou

I had a TIA awhile ago. I was in Southside Hospital. They released me & I walked home. I live about a mile or a tad more. Still looks the same.

Regarding talent!!!! No one said I had talent. Some things you just try to do. If not, you pay for them.
Todd
 
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You sure are doing really nice work....I think it is great to save these classic coaches for the next generation.

P.S. If you'd like to further hone your skills, you are welcome to come to Oklahoma and practice them!!!!!
 
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Let me tell you! I've own a fair amount of trailers including Scotty's which are pure unadulterated garbage. I've seen Airstreams being restored.They don't compare to the strength here.

THERE IS NO TRAILER MADE AS WELL AS A BARTH.

Enough said.

Todd
 
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Thanks for posting your experiences with your trailer! My slide-in camper is in about the same interior condition as your trailer was. I am assuming the build method is similar on my camper, and your pictures have given me hope! Hopefully I will have a similar series of photos of my slide-in to share. Hal
 
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Just make sure the before & after pics are shared. Remember, we love pics!
Tere


Jim and TereJim and Tere

1985 Regal
29' Chevy 454 P32
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