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We have a nice little class C for sale, in pretty good condition. The hot water heater (gas) needs the pilot light tube, the roof top AC blows, but not cold. I have an Emerson Quiet Kool 5600 BTU to replace it, just haven't got to it. We bought the RV for me to stay in while going to trade school for 5 months, but ended up getting an apartment. We've used the camper 4 times, at full hook up sites and it was great. There is a 4000 watt generator, but the fuel line needs to be tied back into the main fuel tank.
The chevy 350 runs and drives good as well. Awning and tires are in great shape. We'd like to sell it before it sits too long, and due to finances. Asking $2800.00 US, as is, where is. We are in Jacksonville, Florida, 32205. If interested, please send an email to jackbike07@yahoo.com
I'll try to attach pics on here if I can. I did start the BARTH RV fan club on Facebook, and I have photos on there.
 
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Nice looking little coach. Should make a good project - user for somebody.
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Should I?


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Nice looking little coach. Should make a good project - user for somebody.
I agree Danny... Hopefully someone who is handy can make this Barth into a real cool Barth Classic C.

James N Jessi, If you could supply us a picture of the vin plate/data tag number inside your coach I would appreciate it.
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I'll try to attach pics on here if I can.
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Mary, yes! and then you should get a Barth travel trailer to round out the collection. Big Grin
 
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I tried to buy this back in April, but these folks beat me too it by a few hours. Kind of glad they did now.



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Mary, if you don't, I will. Let me know. I'll give our Regal to the kids. (Tere says I'm impulsive Razzer)
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Tommy and Evelyn, did you get to drive this? How was it? Bathroom situation? This may be the one with the one piece fiberglass bathroom with the sink in the shower.
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If we were closer, I would consider owning that as a second Barth.

True to form, I would make a project out of it, and convert it to a lifted 4WD with Tru Tracs for extreme boondocking.

Or lift it off and put it on a 4WD van chassis.

And give the overhang a Marmon Wasp cleanup


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Stinger and all?


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Stinger and all?


Nah, just the upsweep. I figure everything below the floor line way back can be removed or relocated. This will allow greater ability to cross washouts and arroyos. We would still carry our trusty Army entrenching tool to mitigate the suddenness of the worse dropoffs.

This is, of course, armchair engineering (or just a pipe dream, as I haven't looked underneath it.

Although, now that you mention it, adding a stinger would surely increase gas mileage. Ray Harroun added the stinger to reduce the advantage gained by competitors drafting him in the low pressure area behind him, but found more speed and lower fuel consumption as an unexpected fringe benefit.



Golly, I could pull the rumpity-rump 502 from my boat and have a run at Bonneville. Smiler


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Jim,by the time I could get the person (owners next door neighbor) to return my phone calls and/or emails the baby Barth had just been spoken for. He said the new owner was only going to use it for a class/tech school in Jacksonville, Fl. I asked him to give my contact info to new owner and to contact me when he was ready to sell. He didn't. Sorry, but I've never seen it except in pictures. Tommy



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Jim and Tere, if you are interested in this Class C then go for it.


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We're going to pass. Can't deal with a sink in the shower. Frowner
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Did anyone buy this coach? We are in Daytona.

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