Forums    Barth Journeys    Bought my first Barth in Fl.
Page 1 2 
Go to...
Start A New Topic
Reply To This Topic
Bought my first Barth in Fl.
 Login now/Join our community
Supporting Member of 5/10
Picture of Marvin+Doris
posted Hide Post
Looks like deja vue to me Smiler

I like the Volvo. We got a 1990 240. Sold our 83 some years back. Now I am waiting for my dad to part with his one owner 1977 ...
But that Barth was spotted in St. Augustine Cool
If you ever head up to the Big South Fork call us. We are just 80 miles from you.

Former owner 1989 Barth Regal 25'
2002 Toyhauler w/7.3 diesel

Posts: 1175 | Location: Big South Fork TN | Member Since: 09-29-2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
posted Hide Post
Good catch on the previous sighting post. I will put the pics and info from the craigslist ad I found up there too. My wife and I love our 240s. I have a 79 sedan chassis with 465 thousand on it with an engine from one that saved her in a wreck. Is yours a truck wagon?
Posts: 22 | Location: Oak Ridge Tennessee | Member Since: 11-11-2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Supporting Member of 2/18
Picture of Pgh. Pirate
posted Hide Post
Volvo 240 series Rock. Have had as many as 4 at one time, now three. Family drive them daily. My daily runner is an'84 wagon, manual.
Public Service Announcement:To all parents/grandparents - these 240's make great 1st cars for beginning drivers. Slow, tank-like, and dispensable. Pick'em up for 1-2K all day long. Gave each of 4 kids one and every one of them opted to keep their Volvo after the mandatory first year (and pocket the $5k from me, foregoing using the money for a replacement/second car). These cars have saved lives in my immediate and extended family.
Posts: 209 | Location: Pittsburgh, PA | Member Since: 11-07-2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
  Powered by Social Strata Page 1 2  

    Forums    Barth Journeys    Bought my first Barth in Fl.

This website is dedicated to the Barth Custom Coach, their owners and those who admire this American made, quality crafted, motor coach.
We are committed to the history, preservation and restoration of the Barth Custom Coach.