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1963 Barth 15' aluminum camper
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This is a very rare 1963 Barth trailer....
it is 19 foot including the tongue and bumper with approximately 15 foot body
it is all aluminum skin with all aluminum wall studs.
It is gutted.
Tows great and has title.
Made out of the same type of aluminum as an Airstream \
and will polish to a mirror shine.
see pics
$4500
....possibly sold


much like this...

http://www.barthmobile.com/eve...963931287#7963931287




82 MCC {by Barth}
35' Length Vin 28
This is not an rv--
it is a Motor Coach!!

 
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I am sure there are no frugal Barth Purveyors going to buy a gutted Barth camper trailer for more than a $1000, and surly not $4500. Does anyone here agree?
 
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I think that is somewhat fair as I just purchased a gutted 63' 19 footer for 2800$ with it gutter I can rewire and update everything just how I want it. Also I'm not sure about this but the 63's are super cool because it's before Bob had a patent for these things. First year he made them. Pretty neat!
 
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And the seller was asking 4500$ but I got it on a bundle deal with a 73 airstream 27'
 
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63SCBarth. If you are happy with it I am proud for you. Mine is a 1968 22 footer and it was a basket case when I bought it but I love it. We have made it livable it is not a show piece.


Mary

Don't mess with us old folks, we don't get old by being stupid!
1968 Barth trailer, 1975 Barth Motorhome and 1985 Barth Motorhome

 
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Originally posted by 63SCBarth:
I think that is somewhat fair as I just purchased a gutted 63' 19 footer for 2800$ with it gutter I can rewire and update everything just how I want it. Also I'm not sure about this but the 63's are super cool because it's before Bob had a patent for these things. First year he made them. Pretty neat!

Patent or no patent, does not entice me to pay more. The gentleman at my first camping trip felt badly because he paid $18000 for his "Airstream" camper trailer. I paid a couple thousand more for my Barth to get two engines. One engine to push it down the road and one engine to generate electricity. It is all in what Thumbs Up YOU Thumbs Up like.
Welcome to our community! Send us a picture of the data stamp on the trailer tongue. I will get you a folder to document your progress for our members. There are not many old camper trailers in our list.

Cheers and good luck with your project. We love to see Barth vehicle come back to life whatever the cost.
 
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