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1971 Barth Continental Motor Home
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Has been housed in heated garage in western suburb of Chicago. Needs to be towed. This 24' motorhome has a Chevy 350 gas engine; low mileage (65,000 miles); original interior. Please contact me for additional info and pictures (lisap@mchsi.com or 319-981-2932). Asking $3,000.
 
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So I am a Barth owner again, bought this !971, gonna be delivered 1/12/23 I hope. Shipper is a pain in the behind!!

As an almost 79-year-old am I ready for another project, hope I have one in me. Really hope to use this one a lot..


1971 24 ft Continental
P30 chassis
350 engine
 
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Harold
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Sam Miniature Schnauzer
3.8.2009 - 9.24.2021

93 30ft Breakaway
9209-3823-30BS-11B

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I hope I can be as ambitious at nearly 80 years old! Mechanic May God prepare your hands for the task!
 
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Duane, you are a true Barth junkie.

Good luck with this one. Just be really careful with those windshields!


9708-M0037-37MM-01
"98" Monarch 37
Spartan MM, 6 spd Allison
Cummins 8.3 300 hp
 
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I have a odd question. What is the difference between a true Barth Junkie and an Official Barth Junkie?
 
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No real difference, we are all addicted! ROTFLMAO

I have owned 2 Barths, driven them over 70,000 miles and been active on this site for 12 years. I have posted many of my projects here and have over 1000 photos here now. I can hardly argue I am not a Barth junkie.

The site defines Karma levels as follows:

Level-Title-Required Points

1-Barth Guest-0
2-Barth Member-3
3-Active Forum Member-25
4-Seasoned Forum Member-50
5-Official Barth Junkie-250

Over the years, some of the site helpers here have passed on (Bill h and Rusty) leaving Bill NY with no help with the daily site operations. Being the busy man he is, Ed (MWrench) and I offered to help Bill take care of the site. He has given us site authority to take care of some site operations.

Since PhotoBucket went rogue, we have been resizing photos submitted, removing spam posts and organizing thread content. We also have removed some of the outdated for sale threads, etc, that are over 10 years old and have expired links to Craigslist and Ebay. Having done this for several years, I have shamelessly labelled myself as "Official Barth junkie."

I have met many great friends here on this site. I have enjoyed the friendships and visits to the site events for years now. I have tried to make the site useful and enjoyable for other members as well. I welcome any site feedback and I will always try to make the site as useful as possible, within my given authority. Please don't hesitate to let us know if we can do better. Thumbs Up

Have Barth, will travel Tooling Along


9708-M0037-37MM-01
"98" Monarch 37
Spartan MM, 6 spd Allison
Cummins 8.3 300 hp
 
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