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It is time to get back to one Barth.
Some Particulars! Unable to post picture here.
1) 73,000 miles
2) New shocks front
3) New air Springs front
4) Cleaned fuel system, New fuel pump electric
5) New Master brake cylinder
6) Chassis A/C not functional, but intact.
7) levelers, not functional
8) Microwave oven not functional
Major systems, furnace, water pump, water heated. Roof A/C, Generator, all working. Engine and Transmission in fine shape no leaks. Fridge works on AC ordered new circuit board, believe that will fix the LP gas circuit.
Have close to $7k invested, and a summer of work!!! Do not expect to get my investment back, open to offers from the right party, that being anyone who will, continue the upkeep, love it and use it a lot!!
Please contact me on a PM here or Email email@example.com
Duane, is this the correct Data Tag?
✔ Did you forget to add some contact information✔
Kevin yes that is the correct tag...
Would just like anyone interested to private message me on this site.. or email added above
I can not add pictures on this thread. You must be special!!
Not all members have private message authority. Email is OK, but ☎ is
I copied the photo from the previous thread. Nothing special.
Link to the previous thread
Have 2 viable offers, not completely confirmed yet, if anyone is considering please speak up..
That is a really sweet little BaRTH you fixed up. I wish I had time to try some polish on it. You proved it drives well when you showed in Michigan. Good luck with your buyers.
I guess folks fail to realize, banks do not finance 35 year old vehicles, down to one offer!!
Agree, travel, repair, fuel, storage and recreation costs all need to be considered with ownership of a RV.
So if I’m not mistaken this coach is back on the sale block! Duane is unusually quiet. Guess he is dividing his time between driving the 88 and enjoying it as well as the Nose
Duane has put a lot of work into both Coaches. Either one should be well on its way to being your new dream Coach!
Dana & Lynn
1997 38ft Monarch front entry
Spartan Mountain Master Chassis
Cummins 8.3 325hp
Allison MD-3060 6 speed
Cummins Factory Exhaust Brake
8000 watt Quiet Diesel Generator
Christened Camp Barth
Statements like that probably include 54 year old cruisers. $$$
There are things I'm smart enough to understand but don't care enough to learn.
Yes 88 is still on the market!
Finished the fridge, installed a new rear air bag and shock. Keep the beer cold and ride smooth!
And yes been driving it around, quite a bit!
Actually if Ole Nose had not stole my ❤ it is a real shame to sell this coach, really even after 30 years 88 is a very nice RV, more comfortable than Nose for sure, just do not need 2 of them.
The buyer should check a different source. I paid $150 at auction for the Barth Bluesmobile in 2007, when it was 20 years old. I got a loan against it for the "book value", from a credit union. That money went to my local truck mechanic to make the problems below the floor line "go away".
1987 Barth 27' P32 Chassis
Former State Police Command Post
Weiand Manifold, Crane Cam, Gibson Exhaust
I've been biting my lip so far, but you have brought up a point which has bothered me for a while. I'm sitting up in Michigan half way through a 3000 mile trip and have had no issues at all with the 78. As much as I loved our old nose after over 14 years of use, I never would have attempted this trip in it. I don't regret selling the nose one bit, because I knew I was getting something much better, and like you I couldn't keep both. I just find it a bit odd that after making the 88 as close to perfect as possible you would sell it instead of Ol Nose. I'm not criticizing and I don't know the condition of Ol Nose, I'm just throwing my 2 cents out there.
79 Barth Classic
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