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Barb and I have decided to sell our 1993 Breakaway. It's been a great ride and we'll miss the Getogethers and the great friends we've met along the way. But this kid ain't getting any younger and we feel it's the younger crowd who can properly wring it out. It certainly has plenty of life left, for we've had it professionally maintained ever since we've owned it.
It spent its earlier life in Georgia before coming here to Michigan six years ago, and because we've stored it every winter, it's never seen any snow (more specifically salty roads).
Interested? Send me an email (email@example.com) and I'll call you.
Lou & Barb
Lou, Jane and I will be thru MI sometime this summer to visit my brother in Howell. If you you will be there we could stop by for a visit.
94 30' Breakaway #3864
30-BS-6B side entry
230 Cummins, Allison 6 speed
By all means, Ed. I would be disappointed if I'd heard you went by without stopping. Just give us a day or two to pull up our socks and c'mon over. Hookups await.
It will be good to see you and Jane again!
Lou, why don't you post a price here with your heads up. Back in the day when I worked in a grocery store, if a product display sign was not on the display, not one item would sell. Do you have an asking price you will post for our members?
Will do so soon, Kev. Just need to get my ducks in a row. Y'know, data tag and everything.
WOW that was a quick reply, for a 60 year old
This Barth looks like it was preserved in a museum with moth balls. Ready for your fun and enjoyment.
Lou I saw your photos in the folder that Bill NY created for you. Here is a slide show for our members.
Cool, or "Kewl" as Rusty would say.
Now: How do I link into it with a "for sale" post?
Just change the topic in your first post from heads UP to Lou and Barb's BARTH FOR SALE. I will ask someone to move it to Barth coaches for sale. I will also ask Bill NY to delete the duplicate photos in photobucket. A few of you photos are small, but I do not think Bill NY can correct the size you sent. It was the size that your camera was set at when you photographed a few of the pictures.
Done been moved - now all we need is a price and the data tag...
BTW, Nick Cagle and I did the pre-delivery inspection on this coach, and there were just no issues. Owner before Lou also kept the coach covered (hangared), so most of its life has been indoors
'94 28' Breakaway: MilSpec AMG 6.5L TD 230HP
Nelson and Chester, not-spoiled Golden Retrievers
Sometimes I think we're alone in the universe, and sometimes I think we're not.
In either case the idea is quite staggering. - Arthur C. Clarke
It was a woman who drove me to drink, and I've been searching thirty years to find her and thank her - W. C. Fields
It will show up in the slide show shortly. Like most folks claim there is not a data tag in my Barth, but the data tag is hidden by the curtain. I walked Lou thru the detective process of finding his hidden tag.
You'd think by now I should have been able to find this by myself, but there it was, on the wall, under the left (anchor) end where the curtain doesn't move, even when you lift it up. Embarrassing.
Thanks to Kevin, Rusty, Bill Nap and Nick Cagle for all the help. You guys are the best.
You are welcome Lou. I am here to help.
Just so everyone knows what the Data Tag looks like, I will post it for all to see.
It sure is a good looking BaRTH!
Just to update our posts, we will consider reasonable offers before we pack our coach away in October. Once it's there it won't be available until some time in March next year.
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