THE BARTH IS SOLD!!! She is going to a great new home and we couldn't be happier for her future. I want to thank all the Barth folks who have been so supportive to us through the last couple of years.
PRICE REDUCED to $22,000.00 Would love for a Barth lover to get this coach!
We are selling our beautiful coach. 32 ft, Allison MT643 4 speed, Caterpillar 3208T engine. 76,400 miles. Runs and drives great. 3 year old Michelin tires, rebuilt transmission and starter. We have all paper work for the years we have owned this coach. Meticulous maintenance upgrades and condition. Our intention was to use the coach extensively and therefore upgraded the suspension and steering to the highest standard available. Interior has also been updated. The wood and cabinetry in the Regency is beautiful. Price is $29,500.00. A new owner will not be dealing with many issues with this coach, it is in drive away condition. We can be reached at #530-885-5301, cell #530-613-5939. Email: email@example.com. We have Word documents showing all the systems of the coach and a list of the work we have done. More pictures can be emailed on request.
Kelly and Sheila
Posts: 81 | Location: Auburn, CA | Member Since: 11-05-2015
Originally posted by Kelshe: Receipts from previous owners and all manuals relevant to the coach included.
Nice for the new owner..
1991 early XL-style (maybe 1 of 2?) Breakaway... but prior to that actual (XL) designation... 2nd Breakaway w/Cat 3208T 250 hp motor 4 spd MT643 Allison trans Gilig Air suspension chassis/brakes Data Tag: 9010 3694 34-BG-1B
Posts: 433 | Location: Coachella Valley, SoCalif... | Member Since: 08-23-2015
Shelia and Kelly, I found this older photo on Photobucket. I think this is your Barth. Here is the only newer photo that I think would belong to your Barth. [hr[When I notice more recent new photos, I will show you how to link them.
Originally posted by Kelshe: Kevin thank you!!!! Your perseverance and patience are greatly appreciated in sticking with me through the photo bucket gauntlet. You are a huge asset to Barthmobile. Sheila
Awh Shucks Shelia, it was a pleasure teaching and chatting with you. I see more photos. You GO girl you are on a roll now.
Here is some information for our members that might be of interest about Shelia and Kelly's Barth. posted 06-01-2016 02:45 PM
Yes, all our rubber was really shot and the steel was also rough. Our cost was $6400.00. We didn't get new air bags. Seems we're in the same ball park price wise. We are feeling it was the best money we've spent after going on a 700 mile trip recently. Big difference.
I have not seen this Barth in person. From the pictures and the documents shown here this Barth not going to need anything. The repairs that Shelia and Kelly have had done do not appear as they have overlooked ANYTHING. Great going on the documents Shelia. Just my humble outspoken opinion "This is the finest Barth Regency anyone could ask for! All the BIG ticket items that I think need updated are already DONE." Good luck with your sale and to the happy new Barth purveyor, who ever is lucky enough to get this Beautiful RIG.
Originally posted by Terry Wilkinson: Is your motor home still available?
At the top of this page you will find contact information. Here is a quote from our forum page Barth Coaches for sale.Please, do not ask "Is your Barth still for sale?" Use the contact information supplied and write an email, PM the member or phone the party involved. A new owner will not be dealing with many issues with this coach, it is in drive away condition. We can be reached at #530-885-5301, cell #530-613-5939. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We have Word documents showing all the systems of the coach and a list of the work we have done. More pictures can be emailed on request.Please do not insult the sellers by offering less than the offered price. Kelly and Shelia have a fine Barth and do not need to give the Barth away .
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