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1992 custom Barth mammo-van for sale
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Here another 5.9 puller. from previous post.diesle puller


1986 31' Regal -1976 Class C
454/T400 P30 -350/T400 G30
twin cntr beds - 21' rear bath
 
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So it has been sitting eight years? I assume it doesn't run so it would need to be towed? If it does run is it drivable? What about the generators and other equipment on board?


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77 28' Rear Bath
The "Budget BARTH"
 
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Yes, the engine has not been run since first part of 2008; it was kept in full shade in my yard till I had it towed June 2015 to a diesel repair shop; the last time it was on the road was February 2008, and there were no issues. Generators ran, both roof A/C units ran, no issues with sink/sink plumbing & no issue with auxiliary A/C unit in the floor (engine driven) - the fridge wasn't getting cold and the batteries were dying in 2008.
 
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Hi, I have a couple questions about your Barth. You say you had it towed to a diesel repair shop in 2015, did they make any repairs, did they get it running? I will be in North Carolina (Raleigh area) in Sept. but to have any interest in your Barth I would need to know what would need to be done to drive it to Arizona.

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Bill
 
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Hi Bill - thanks for your inquiry. I have had nothing done thus far; I lost my house at the time I had it moved and didn't have any money to get it up and running. I will call the diesel shop today and check in with them; I know it's going to need batteries...three at least. The tires should also be replaced before driving; as for the engine, they suggested that I start by replacing fuel filters/possibly fuel lines as there could be algae and gunk that could mess things up; actual fuel tank as well I would think. I will PM you this afternoon.
 
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UPDATE: Effective 8/13/2015, this coach is no longer for sale as stated in this post. It is being parted out before being scrapped; at this point, the only equipment removed are the generators (sold). For anyone interested in any other parts, please contact Doug's Diesel Service, Gastonia, NC, phone 704-824-7949. Ask for Doug Grigg or Tammy only. Payment to Doug's Diesel Service directly for parts/labor/shipping.
 
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