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1983 Barth 39' - $14000 (treasure island)
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Selling our awesome 1983 Barth diesel pusher motorhome. If you know anything regarding the history of Barth Motorcoaches then you know these were the top of the line when new.
Every Barth was custom ordered and built to customer specs with no 2 being alike. We still have all original blue prints, wiring diagrams etc from when it was new. Retail on this RV in 1983 exceeded $150k!

See picsExterior is entirely made from aluminum so no rust whatsoever. All windows/glass is good with no cracks. Powered by a turbocharged 8.2L Detroit Diesel engine that was replaced approx 4 years ago. We were told by previous owner that it only has around 35k miles on it.
All fluids and filters changed a year ago/ less than 500 miles ago. Allison 545 automatic transmission shifts great. Huge disc brakes at all 4 corners stop using an air over hydraulic system. Several recent upgrades have been made. 6 new tires ($3000) were installed last year and have approx 1750 miles on them. 2 new AC units installed 2 summers ago. New Pioneer bluetooth stereo system installed last summer. New refrigerator/freezer installed 2 summers ago. 2 Flat screen TVs with bluRay player installed last summer.
Painted with Industrial Gloss Black paint in 2015. Windows have privacy tint. 22.5" Alcoa aluminum wheels are in great shape. Interior has hardwood floors throughout, along with comfortable seating. Couch folds into bed. Master suite in rear with full matress. Tons of storage inside and out. Has all water tanks, propane tanks and gray/black holding tanks.
Also has wiring/adapters for 30/50 amp shore power. along with fresh water hookup found at most campgrounds. There are a few bugs mainly in electrical system. A few interior lights and outlets do not work. There is a Koehler generator runs great with a new water pump rebuilt magneto and rebuilt carb with new plugs and wires, Im sure we are leaving out several details. Overall this is a great RV with lots of life left. I am sure I have forgotten some details.
Please email/call: (949) 533-8170 with any questions.


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

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A nice looking coach.

It would be interesting to put a tape measure to it. As far as we know all of the 8.2 liter Regencies of that period had MCC chassis either 35 or 36 feet long. hmm

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Originally posted by Steve VW:
A nice looking coach.

It would be interesting to put a tape measure to it. As far as we know all of the 8.2 liter Regencies of that period had MCC chassis either 35 or 36 feet long. hmm

This is a 35' coach. I looked at this coach. Overall was in good shape. at the time I looked at it the Continental powered generator needed a magneto.

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