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Hey there good times is this your Barth or something you just saw on Craigslist?
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My apologies, I am new to this. The Barth is mine. It is for sale.
Data Tag info:
Vin # S780323822M22FP-1
Direct Contact info:
Thank you for your contact information and Data Tag number. I will post the data tag from craigslist as soon as our host Bill NY has created a folder for this Barth. The data tag list helps us understand more about our Barthmobiles.
By the way that class C really looks sharp in the pictures. Are the pictures recent?
This copy and paste includes the phone number.
1978 Barth Motor Coach
Good Working Condition with Original Interior.
This has been a well cared for Motor Coach and has been a part of the family since new-
Always in dry storage.
Engine (2016) 420 Horsepower 383 Stoker (2,000-Miles on New Engine)
Cab A/C compressor blows ice cold
40 Gallon Fresh Water Tank and Pump
4000 watt Onan Generator
New Toilet in 2016
Wineguard DirecTV automatic satellite dish
UHF Two-way Radio
1800 Watt Inverter
Solar Panels mounted on the Roof top
Dual Fuel tanks installed many years ago
For further info- please contact 253-225-5491
I was reading a bit about the 383. It appears that is a new computerized motor. Is that correct? Personally I like the old mechanical engines better. It does appear to be a nice upgrade anyway.
Formally known as "Humbojb"
This may be the fastest Barth ever, especially off the line.
383 is basically a stroked 350. GM factory did the same thing with the 400 small block motor. The gear heads love the 383s and they are also used in a lot of the Everglades type airboats.
You can get them all the way from old fashioned 4 bbl carb to supercharged fuel injected monsters. Mostly a matter of choosing compression ratio, camshaft, ignition and induction systems and exhaust to fit the user's needs. Lots of choices. Long live Chevy small blocks...
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
Barths are not built for speed. Just built for leisure trips. Most Barthmobiles are not aerodynamic. Not saying you cannot drive your Barth fast though. It just costs more to drive faster.
Thanks for the update Steve VW. I was thinking of the old 383 Chrysler motors when I saw 383. Personally would rather have your Big Block Chevy Engine. There is no replacement for displacement.
We would all like to see more information about this Class C Barth. I copied a few pictures from the ad. They are all Blurry though. I will try again. Bill NY was happy to get the data tag for our data tag list.
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