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-- SOLD --
Edelweiss, our 1990 Barth Regal SE-31J, is up for sale. It’s built like a tank, and makes a wonderful home on wheels for the solo adventurer, couple or small family. Edelweiss currently sits safely in storage in Spokane, Washington.
When we bought Edelweiss in 2012, it had 18,000 miles on the odometer, and the interior was showing signs of age and use. But mechanically and structurally, it was solid. We spent the better part of 6 months remodeling the interior (before and after photos available at the link below).
Edelweiss was our beloved home on wheels for a year on the road, where we traveled around the US as a family of five, meeting awesome people and making new life experiences. Although we thought we’d never sell it, we’ve reached a point in our lives as a family where it’s more of a want than a need; we have plans to live overseas, and Edelweiss won’t be able to follow us.
If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a line. I work during the day, so taking phone calls after 5pm PST will be easiest, although I can respond to emails and text messages more expediently.
Very cool, I have been contemplating painting the cabinets in mine but just couldn't do it. After looking at yours I may do it this winter.
77 28' Rear Bath
The "Budget BARTH"
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Thank you for offering your Barth for sale to the community here. Thank you for a all inclusive posting.
Your Barth sure does look beautiful.
Neil, sounds like a plan! It really brightens up the inside.
And thanks Kevin, I appreciate it
I'm very interested, please contact me 404 931 7099
Is this you jetsetjason?
That's my wife
Why do you ask?
Is this your interior? That is a very clever idea for a table on the right also.
Yes, that's the interior...and thanks
Formally known as "Humbojb"
Jason, do you have some pics of the interior of the cabinets after they were repainted? Also, pictures of the storage compartments underneath. Thanks.
Formally known as "Humbojb"
Jason, do you have pictures of the interior of the cabinets after you painted them? Also, pictures of the interior of the storage bins underneath the motor home? Size and condition of generator? Leveling jacks and do they work?
I'll get the extra photos posted today, as well as the generator details.
As for the leveling jacks, all 4 work as expected.
Attached are a few more interior photos (storage bins, fridge and freezer) along with a few of the outside storage areas.
As for the generator, it's an Onan Emerald III GenSet (gasoline-powered) - it's rated for 6.5 kW. It's "functional" but doesn't want to turn over at the moment - I've been told it could use a minor tune up/cleaning.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
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