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1995 Barth Regency 32'- $15000 (San Antonio)
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1995 Barth Regency
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Well constructed motorcoach.
Metal frame with aluminum exterior shell.
Quality craftsmanship throughout.
Spartan chassis. Cummins diesel pusher 230 hp.
Allison transmission. A
ir ride suspension. Leveling jacks. Do air-conditioners. 6500 W Onan marquis generator.
Queen bed master Suite 2 convertible twin beds. Lots of closet space.
Huge outside storage compartments.
Full galley including convection microwave oven.
Three outside awnings.
Very good condition inside and out.
A great value for only $15,000.
☎ (210) 336-8222


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32 feet long and looks like a Breakaway


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Former owner 1989 Barth Regal 25'


 
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It has the Breakaway dash and small basement compartments. I agree with M&D, this is a Breakaway, and I think it's 30' or 31'.


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MilSpec AMG 6.5L TD 230HP; built-to-order by Peninsular Engines:  Hi-pop injectors, gear-driven camshaft, non-waste-gated, high-output turbo, 18:1 pistons.  Fuel economy increased by 15-20%, power, WOW!"StaRV II"

'94 28' Breakaway: MilSpec AMG 6.5L TD 230HP

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Looked at it today. 31 feet rear radiator, assuming it's a breakaway. It's been hit in the rear and everything seems tweaked. Busted sink, front passenger windshield is out of the rubber and sealed with lots of silicone, shower is cracked at the top, skin over the side door is ripped, dirty inside and out (cobwebs, turds, black widows). Needs shocks, airbags, tires, resealing of roof, driver windshield cracked, major interior cleaning, etc, etc.
 
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almost forgot...couldn't get the fridge to work on propane or electric, although he said it works fine. The entry steps were bent badly (someone backed up with the steps down) He had no propane in the coach. He went and got a 5lb bottle and hooked it up so I could run the generator and check the roof top A/Cs. The dash air never got cold. Tires are from 2011 although, he told me they were 3 years old.


The electrical did look good (1500 watt inverter, auto transfer switch, nothing appeared chewed) and the engine didn't seem to have any leaks and seemed to run well (No power whatsoever). Something just isn't right about the coach. I don't know if they backed into a tree or a light pole but it seems like something was hit hard enough to shift the aluminum frame of the coach. Guy was not very friendly or talkative. I had to drag information out of him.
 
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Thanks For the report Barth_Vader. Did you happen to get a snapshot of the data tag? Are the pictures on Craigslist old?
 
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I meant to but did not. I will text him and ask for the picture. He had a pic but I couldn't find the tag.
 
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Thanks more discussion here.
 
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It appears the tag is removed from the place it was riveted on.
 
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Originally posted by Doug Smiley: Very good condition inside and out. ☎ (210) 336-8222
I was reading the post again. You are right
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Originally posted by Barth_Vader:
Something just isn't right about the coach.
 
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