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1984-1985: Class B - Iveco Cutout with a Barth body grafted onto the front Iveco cab. These cutout cabs sported a Fiat 5.5L Diesel that was rated at 120hp





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1997 Barth 23' 4 door Command Center
 
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That was probably considered a Class A, not B. It appears to be based on a long straight truck cab&chassis, not van cutaway. appears to be in Europe, although I remember when many Iveco's were on US roads.
 
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It is in the UK.


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http://truckroadservice.com/ba...s/Barth_Iveco_26.pdf

http://www.motorhomefacts.com/...sc-viewresult-1.html

from RV-Coach.com: R L Mygrant 1-26-09
I have a 1983 Barth motorhome 25 ft.120 hp deisel motor with less than 70000 miles. The coach is built on a IVECO cab chassie GVW 14800 lbs This RV is in very good condition. New front tires, new AC with heat strips.We have taken many trips and get 13 to 15 mpg. I am retired and as a hobby I built a fuel prossesser to make bio fuel out of used cooking oil when available and the Barth runs great off of it if not better than deisel with no modification to engine.I have not tried to sell the RV but I take 15,500 if interrested. I live in south central Georgia
 
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