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Five Old Barths For Refitting - $5000 each/??? (miami)
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https://miami.craigslist.org/m...ting/6811496010.html

There are five Old Barth/RVS
for refitting = to be made into....
food trucks or trailers or?
of some sort.

They used to be hair and makeup trucks.

See photos...

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Fuel being listed as other? Maybe one or more of these could be a front engine diesel with rear drive.
 
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Which TV show used rhese Barths??

If they used all five at the same time
they must had a set/sets with many actors??

What year were they built?

...and as they were identical
they probably did not move much ---
so low mileage engines/chassis


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Now priced at $4,000. (February 8) Eeker

https://miami.craigslist.org/m...ting/6814473078.html

Old RV's For Refitting
They do not run but would make a good food truck or retro design for a restaurant concept of some type.
They may be able to be scrapped for parts.


Now priced at $2,000. (February 11) Eeker

https://miami.craigslist.org/m...ting/6816752442.html

Old RV's that do not run and have missing parts. The shell seems to be fine and is a good option for refurbishing. I have 5 available.
 
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How LOW can they go?
 
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Hate to see those go to the scrap pile!
If I lived close by I'd be tempted to save them...
 
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quote:
Originally posted by shtym:
Hate to see those go to the scrap pile!
If I lived close by I'd be tempted to save them...



I wonder if they have engines, it says they do not run but do they have the drive train?


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Barth made specialty vehicles. I assume these
were some sort of medical units. I've had a mid 80's
regal that looked like these.
 
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Just saw the the hump top on some of the units, in reviewing
the pictures again. This is indicative of older (mid 70's)
units.
 
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They made specialty units with humped taller roofs through the 80's as well.
The rounded front cap tops were used until late 86 so they could be as new as that.
The square headlights were used later too


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