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34' 1991 REGENCY $35K
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This amazing machine was bequeathed to me by a my friend, Meric before his death this last summer. He went by the name BubbaBarth on this site. It is time for Bubba to find a worthy partner so I'm offering him up in hopes of finding him a good home.
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34' 1991 REGENCY BARTH CUSTOM COACH
Detroit Diesel Silver Series92, 300 hp turbo Detroit diesel
with only 28,000 original MILES!!
[B]$35K
Contact: Dave Lillis
503 298 0615 or 360 465 2257



LOTS of FEATURES INCLUDING: Quiet Kubota D950 7kw diesel generator with just over 700 hours, Taytronics 1500 Watt DC to AC power inverter. Allison Transmission, Huge awning, Dual roof air w/ Heat pump, Power seats, Basement storage, Two Skylights, Air Horns, Gillig chasis (like greyhound bus), Tilt Steering, Engine Brake (jake brake), Defroster Fans, in dash CD player, Engine A/C, Cruise Control, Air Parking Brake, Power Seats, Leather Interior, Corian Counter~tops, Electric Leveling Jacks, Electric Steps, Aux Start Switch, Original Manuals/Documents/Diagrams, aprox. $10,000 worth of New Tires and Custom Wheels etc.
In the BEDROOM there is a Walk around Queen Bed with Overhead Storage, Wardrobe Closets with Drawers and a Flatscreen TV.
For Additional Sleeping there is a Leather Sofa Sleeper and the Dinette with Booth Seating makes into a bed that are currently not installed but I do have the originals in dry storage. They were replaced with a counter~top and a heater that are both finished in walnut.
In the SPLIT BATH there is a Shower with Glass Door, Sink, Vanity and Wardrobe Closet.
The ENTERTAINMENT CENTER has another flatscreen TV, TV Antenna Booster, DVD, X-Box360 and Stereo System.
The KITCHEN has a four-Burner Stove, Kuerig Coffee maker, Espresso Machine, Microwave and Convection Oven, Refrigerator/Freezer, Double Corian Sink and Corian Counter Tops.
Day and Night Shades, Newly installed ceramic tile flooring in the kitchen and bath, Clean Carpet in the bedroom Walnut flooring up front and Amish Oak Cabinetry throughout add to the striking décor of this AMAZING COACH!!!

There is a slideshow already posted on this site of BubbaBarth from a few years ago right before Meric picked it up. I'll try to link it here along with some pictures of what it looks like now. I'm very new to forums and such so please bear with me. Thanks in advance for the patience karmaspaw@earthling.net
 
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New pics to come soon. The photobucket pics represent the outside of the coach very nicely but the inside dining and cab areas have been remodeled. Thanks again
 
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I was not aware that Meric passed away. sorry to hear that. His last post seems to have been August last year. For the year or so that he was in this forum, he was an interesting contributor. If he meant for you to enjoy the Barth he had, too bad that is not in your future.
 
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I wondered about what happened. He was a site regular until the end apparently. Sorry to hear he is gone.

Good luck and hopefully we'll find that coach a good home.


8607-3346-33TFPOB------9708-M0037-37MM-01
86 Regal SE 33 Tag axle--"98" Monarch 37
Chev P3(7) 454TBI--------Cummins 8.3 300 hp
400 hp fuel injected-------6 spd Allison, Spartan MM
 
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Yes, sadly Meric is no longer with us. He lived here with me for the last year of his life. He was my best friend for over 10 years and is missed daily. The Barth is just too much machine for me. He was the Gearhead in the family sort of speak. I think he would be cool with me selling it knowing that I will use the money to pay off my student loans and keep the farm that he loved so much alive. Thanks for the sentiment y'all. Tell you friends about BubbaBarth. The price is negotiable Smiler
 
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if I understand correctly, the interior is now incomplete, and with a desk sort of thing where the coach used to be, right?

Are we referring to Meric Christopher Hovind who was only forty something?
 
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I always found BubbaBarth a good and interesting contributor. I went through his post last night and he must have been a good spirit.
I hope the sale of his barth spreads his goodness
 
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Yes we are talking about Meric Hovind. The interior has been modified, yes. I know where the original parts (hideabed and two smaller benches) are and can access them readily.
 
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Dave -

If you don't need the hideabed or smaller benches, I might be able to use them... I'm assuming the benches are probably dinette seating?
 
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Thanks for the response Don. At this stage I'm going to hang onto them in case someone would like to reinstall them. If it winds up that I still have them after the Barth sells, I will let you know for sure
 
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and yes, I reckon they are dinette seating hide
 
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Would it be possible for you to post the DOT date code from one of the tires?
Thanks
 
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The DOT date code is N33N 9WV2109
 
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Are the Alcoa wheels and the tires, shown in the slide shown pictures from a few years ago, Still on the coach.
Did the P.O. provide any service or repair history with the coach, when Meric picked it up?
Thanks
 
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Yes the tires are still the same. I have an interested buyer so if anyone can beat $28K by Tuesday of next week, let me know
 
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