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Well, I have been Watching this group for over a year. Time to show what I have been sitting on.
1976 Baby Barth working its way back to its former glory. I have been working on RVS since I was 10. My dad was a RV nut . Tried putting it for sale . ( to many projects... very few people knew what it was, much less what it could be.) So I sold it to myself Price was right.

 
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What a cutie, looks like it has a great exterior, what are you doing to it? Nice to see folks who will take the time to keep these beauties alive and well!! Good luck and happy camping!!


25 Ft Glassnose, 2792, 1982
454 Engine
Plain Jane Interior
Original Paint
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25CG3 3570 1988
 
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ouside and inside not bad. Exceprt where bull dozer got a hold of it. Smiler
 
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