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1994 Breakaway XL
34 Foot Wide Body (102 inches)
Gillig Chassis
Turbo charged 250 HP Cummins 6CTA 8.3 Liter w/Banks Stinger (additional 75 hp)
Allison MD3060 5 Speed Transmission(ECU replaced in 2010)
Hayden Transmission Cooler
Side Radiator
Engine Heater
Pac Brake
Artic package

64,453 miles on the coach.

Kohler 7.5 KW generator powered by a 3 cylinder Kubota diesel with 954 hours
complete service including new glow plugs

Engine serviced at 63615 miles
Transmission serviced with Transynd 48,500 miles

Engine batteries (Interstate) replaced 12/16
House batteries (Interstate) replaced 8/16
Front tires (22.5 Toyo) date code 2013
Rear tires (22.5 Toyo) date code 2015
New Dometic 1350 double door refrigerator installed 2014
New front roof mount A/C unit 13500 Penguin installed 2014
PacBrake installed 2014
Belt tensioner 2015

Additional installed/replaced:
Front furnace motor (have a new second motor to install for the rear unit if it fails)
Flojet water pump
Ignition switch
All relays (that I have found)
Engine starter motor and relay 2016
Vacuum pump to control heater/air-conditioning vents
Custom headlight relay system
Rear air bags (suspension) 2012
Windshield (drivers) 2017
Marine quality clearance lights 2015
HWH leveler pump relay and micro switch 2018
Air dryer decadent filter 2019
Fuel shut-off solenoid(also have a spare) 2017
Reupholstered jackknife sofa 2017
Laminate flooring 2017
Painted wall covering 2017
Microwave 2017
Flat screen tv 2014
Radio and speakers 2017
Mattress 2017
Rear camera 2017
Two coats of Armor Seal applied to roof 2019
Rebuilt coach entry door 2017

$24,000.00

Any interested party can research my many posts on this site throughout the years that I’ve owned this coach. I initially purchased it in 2013, sold it in 2014 and then bought it for the second time in 2016.
Is truly a “one-off” as I’m not aware of any other Breakaway XL’s with the Cummins/Gillig combo.
My family and I fulltimed in the Barth in 2017-2018. We have no future plans for anymore extended travel, and it really needs to be used instead of parked on my driveway for most of the year.
I have taken it out every three weeks or so for an “exercise run” of at least 30 miles.
I painted the back exterior panel of the Barth in 2018 due to paint deterioration from the sun. The color match was as close as the automotive paint supplier could get. I didn't make it a priority to replace the stripes. Same with the coach entry door. I had to completely disassemble it due to the wood that is attached to the steel frame had rotted, and moisture had corroded the aluminum skin. I rebuilt the door and sprayed with a close match of paint. Again, replacing the stripes was not a priority. All of the missing striping can be painted on by an automotive paint shop, or get yourself a quality gravity fed HVLP spray gun and teach yourself how to spray as I did.
I personally have performed all the maintenance on this coach during the time I’ve owned it.
 
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That is a really nice machine . Someone is gonna be very happy .


Harold
Cat
Sam is 10 year old Miniature Schnauzer
Currently without a coach

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Looks good Michael! Good Luck on the sale! Good job on the photos.


Dana & Lynn
1997 38ft Monarch front entry
Spartan Mountain Master Chassis
Cummins 8.3
Allison MD-3060 6 speed
22.5 11R
Cummins Factory Exhaust Brake
9608-M0022-38MI-4C
Christened Midnight

1972 22ft
Christened Camp Barth
 
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Thanks!
 
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Hi Michael I would like to talk to you about your Barth robert.
 
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Hey, Robert
You can contact me at 423.215.7118, or boatrocker60@gmail.com, or you can PM me.

Thanks for your interest.
 
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SOLD!
 
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Congratulations Tooling Along


Harold
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Sam is 10 year old Miniature Schnauzer
Currently without a coach

KE5WCW
 
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