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Originally posted by chrism57:
i am very sorry i did not mean to offend any one ...chris Sorry

I doubt anyone was offended, Chris.
Sometimes a direct dialog can be so much more efficient. Regrettably, it was not possible for me to have a conversation with Dr. Yale before or after I bought his coach. Both I and the current owner (Turtle) would have benefitted greatly.
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Tina, the data tag and pix show a 34' coach...I suggest trying the tape measure again.


MilSpec AMG 6.5L TD 230HP; built-to-order by Peninsular Engines:  Hi-pop injectors, gear-driven camshaft, non-waste-gated, high-output turbo, 18:1 pistons.  Fuel economy increased by 15-20%, power, WOW!"StaRV II"

'94 28' Breakaway: MilSpec AMG 6.5L TD 230HP

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The Barth is 34' - thank you for guiding me to the data tag so I could go re-measure. Tape measure shows 35' which makes more sense!

Also, 3,486 engine hours and 1,161 hours on the generator!
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Just got my curiosity and I crunched some numbers on the big truck. Average speed 47 mph since installation of auxilliary genset. Before that 33 mph and that includes idling all night to stay warm or cold. mmmmmh. I do not think Tinas numbers are wrong. Computer
average cruise speed 65-70 mph (yes it can go faster)
and yes we warm the truck up too 10 minutes or so and always ALWAYS let it cool down (important for your turbo) after a run

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

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I am quite interested in your Barth. I have an older Barth 1975 and would like to get a newer and a little bigger one. I look forward to chatting with you. Thanks Don. Weeks
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Tina...Please advise if this coach is still available...My emai is Phone # cell is 816 769 1043...


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Originally posted by Tina West:
Our family has grown and we need more room! So we're selling our beloved Barth.

1989 Barth Regency
34' Class A Diesel Pusher
Gillig Chassis, 4 Speed Alison Transmission
3208A Caterpillar, 10.4 turbocharged diesel, 250 HP
133,000 miles
147 Gallon Fuel Tank
Sleeps 4

Unique, all aluminum body and frame with full body paint
7.5 Kilowatt Onan Diesel Generator
Air Brakes, Air Bag Suspension
Zip Dee Awnings
New Dual Roof, Low Profile Air Conditioning Units
New Inverter
New Carpet
Hardwood Floors in Entry & Kitchen
New 19" LED Flat Screen in Rear Bedroom
Corian counters in kitchen and bath
Refrigerator, Microwave/Convection Oven, Shower/Tub Combination, Porcelain Toliet with Sprayer
New Stereo with Bluetooth
New TomTom Navigation unit
Rear Bedroom with new mattresses (comparable to King size), couch folds out to double bed
...and much, much more!

Asking $29,500, considering there are a few repairs needed.
Email with Serious Inquiries Only.

Photos here:

In holding the value this Barth sold at the end of 2015 for $20,000
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