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1988 Barth Regal SE- $16000 OBO indianapolis
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Very nice and rare 28ft 1988 Barth Regal.
Unlike most other RVs. These were the most exspensive motor coaches you could buy in 88.
Hand built, aluminum 'aircraft' styled construction. Won't rust.
GM heavy duty chassis, great running Chevy 454/ 400 AT. 50k original miles.
Nice Michelins. Perfect awning with original matching patio chairs. 100% all original.
Always stored indoors since new.
Solid oak cabinets and trim.
Never smoked in.
Meticulously maintained.
Have all manuals, service records, and receipts. Includes all hoses, cords, and adapters ready to go. Lots of storage. Onan Gen3 6.5kw generator.
Twin AC's. Large fridge. Roof and side bin storage.
This is an original, high quality, built motorhome.
I personally used to build Fleetwoods.
Fresh lube and oil. $16000 obo.
Call, text, or leave voice mg anytime.
ontact name:Beau


The 82 MCC {by Barth}
is not an rv--
it is a Motor Coach!!

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Very nice coach. The only flaw I see is the white carpet, even on the entry steps.

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A nice looking coach, too bad the pictures are so fuzzy. This is not an SE, has no tag axle.

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I've had some contact with the seller and he is one that sells things for others. Whether that's his business or not, I don't know, but he talks about selling rare and valuable things like cars, and estate items. According to the seller, the owner bought this Barth and then changed their mind about the motor home thing. The seller doesn't know much about motor homes, especially this Barth. He claims it has air ride, which it does not, leveling via the air system, which it does not, and as Steve pointed out, claims it's an SE which it is not. I made an offer that was probably too much considering it needs all new tires, the existing ones being almost 8 years old. My opinion, FWIW, is that one would spend a quick $5K to make it dependable, and that's only if you don't run into something serious. In my case, I would also add HWH levelers--another $3K

Jim and TereJim and Tere

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