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1994 Barth Breakaway 33' Diesel Pusher - 49,978 miles
Cummins 5.9 230 HP - Allison MD 3060 6-speed Transmission - Economy optional selection - 11 MPG
Air over Hydraulic Disc Brakes - New pads at 46,960 miles
Dometic Kwyatt 7000 Watt LPG Generator - only 95 hours
50 Amp Shorepower Setup - Intelipower 60 amp convertor w/ Charge Wizard
Voyager Rear Camera with 7" Monitor (new in 2011)
Front entrance with Kwikee electric steps
Kwikee Level Best Hydraulic Leveling/Stabilizing System
Solarex Solar Panel
Zipdee Awnings (3)
Duo-Therm Air Conditioners w/ Heat Strips (2)
Fan-Tastic Vents w/ Rain sensors (2)
Atwood 6 gal. Hot Water Heater LPG/110 volt with engine heat exchanger
Hydroflame Gas Forced Air Furnaces - 35000 BTU (2)
Dometic 3-Way Refrigerator w/ Ice Maker
Wedgewood 2-Burner Gas Stove
Sharp Convection/Microwave Oven over the range
LP Gas Detector
Capacities: Fuel - 80 gal., Fresh water - 52 gal., Gray - 40 gal., Black - 26 gal.
Interior - Flexsteel leather driver, passenger and easy chair seats, Blond solid wood cabinets, Corian counter tops, Double stainless sinks, Hardwood floor w/ carpet in bedroom, Hall and shower skylights, Rear walk around queen size bed, Couch and valences have been reupholstered, Coach folds out to double bed, Front flat-screen TV, Stereo system, Dinette expands to seat 4 with 2 wooden folding chairs stored in closet, Pass. seat swivels to seat 2 at pull-up table.
Motorhome has been 1-family owned since new. Smoke free and no pets. Stored in heated garage when not in use. Health issues force us to retire from camping and sell to a good home.
Asking $19,000. or best Offer.
Stu Allen, Staunton VA
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Thank you for the data tag stuallen. I have sent you an email with my number to help you post your pictures.
I will get you started so every one here can see what a fine rig you are selling.
Thanks to Kevin for helping me post pictures. He was very patient with me and we got it done.
He suggested that I tell people that although the mileage is low, The coach saw regular use through 2014. That summer we took it to northern PA (about 1000 miles round trip) but last year my heart surgery prevented us from traveling.
It was important to me that the Barth purchase I made was used on a regular basis. This is the case with Stu's Barth. While his Barth was not driven across the country, his Barth was used often, but not abused.
OMG. This is such a great looking coach. I may one day become a fanatic multi-Barth owner. I'll need to go to mechanic's school first though.
89 28' Regal
You know owning more than 1 makes you a member of the Mary Ray club.
1986 31' Regal -1976 Class C
454/T400 P30 -350/T400 G30
twin cntr beds - 21' rear bath
How many of us are afflicted with this unfortunate condition?
1993 Breakaway 36ft & 1977 20 ft
Spartan: air ride and brakes & P32(?)
Cummins: 8.3 litre 250hp, PACBrake
Allison 3060 (6 spd)
Front entry, side hallway
7.5 kw diesel gen.
1999 2dr Tracker 4X4 5spd, SMI Braking system
Mechanics School is just the tip of the ice burg. You need to be a plumbers apprentice for a few years. You will need to train with a Heating Ventilation and air conditioning service person. Oh, please do not for get to learn some electrical engineering also as an apprentice in the brotherhood of electrical workers. To help round this out some basic RV repair skills for things that your stationary home does not have. Motorized steps, holding tanks, including fresh, grey, and black, water pumping and filtering...and I am sure there is more...or be like my previous owner and use the telephone as your toolbox to call the professional, that should know ALL of this.
Frankly, I enjoy working on my rig just the same as I enjoy camping with it.
Sold! Thanks for all the interest.
Thanks Stu, for a smooth transaction and great stewardship of a beautiful machine......I now can
join the Mary Ray Club of multi-Barth owners
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