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1983 Barth Regency
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I bought my Regency for 5 cents a pound. The coach was sitting for 10 yrs. I made 5 round trips to get the coach ready to bring home. The tires are 14 years old. The 80 mile trip home was uneventful. The only issues I had were no brake lights and the transmission would nit downshift on the hills. So far I am really Happy with the Barth. Once it warms up, ill be working on getting the 12volts working. The coach had 3/4s of a tank of fuel.

 
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Klare, could you please post this comment in the forum thread I started about buying and selling our Barthmobiles? Here is the LINK. You are going to turn in to a Barth junkie.
 
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While you are at it get that utility knife. Trim off the wall paper. Please send me the picture of the data tag.
 
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