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Data # S77092290MC24S-2 (this is also used on the title as the VIN#)

1978 24' Barth Motor Home.25,000+ miles. excellent condition in and out. Sleeps three. All original equipment. Inside upholstery, cabinets, counter tops, paneling in very good condition. Onan generator hour clock not working and Onan does not carry the part. I will try other resources. It has (2) gas tanks, a 22 gallon and a 50 gallon. The 50 gal. gas gauge sending unit needs replacing but the tank is full. I will have to wait until it gets closer to empty. Every thing has been checked out and is ok or has been fixed. I just had a new 15' awning installed. It is ready for the road.

$6,500 /obo

e-mail xxxxxxxxxxxxxx@msn.com

phone xxx-xxx-xxxx home xxx-xxx-xxxx We are in Pueblo, CO

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What a time capsule, if the pictures are close to telling the story, that is one clean 32 year old Barth!!




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An excellent listing. Almost makes me want to buy another 'TOY"...................


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What a beauty! This is one Tina and I would have bought if it had come up for sale when we were looking. java
 
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This is one that should be donated to the Motor Home Hall of Fame.


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definitely shows the difference of $5,000.00 and 1 year.
I bought mine for $1,500.00 LOL
notice that mine is a complete POC compared to this immaculate unit Smiler


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Wish I looked that good at 32!
 
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Wish I looked that good at 32!

Wish I had that low mileage at 32, also.


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Wish I looked that good at 32!
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Wish I had that low mileage at 32, also.
I wish I remembered being 32. cheers

Nick
 
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Nick, that's my problem (among others). I do remember being 32 and all the dumb decisions I made.
Jim


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I had forgotten that 32 was any more than the freezing point of water on the Fahrenheit scale, but Jim reminded me. I was 32 when I made the dumbest decision of my life, to move from AZ to NJ. I bombed out on the new job, couldn't warm up to eastern attitudes, & ended up in Washington, D.C. the next eight years before I made it back out West again.
 
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My bad decisions seem not to be centered around a certain year. Sort of scattered all over, but weighted toward the younger years.


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What chassis is that built on, and are chassis parts available?
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Odds are it's a Dodge motor home chassis. Dodge has been out of that business many years, & I remember there already being some questions about parts availability 10 years ago, or more.

Better to do a Google search, however, than relying on my recollections.
 
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Let me try to steer this post back onto the tracks.

This is a Dodge Motorhome Chassis and parts are readily available. There are several sites on the internet that specializes in the Dodge Motorhome Chassis. From what I can tell, there appears to be very little that isn't available for this chassis.

This coach, from all appearances, seems to be a great value and a perfect example of the craftsmanship that is the hallmark of Barth Coaches. It appears that this coach was well cared for. The current owners did a fantastic job of listing this coach for sale. Anyone would be proud to own this classic. More so, if you're a Mopar enthusiast.


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