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This followed me home about 10 days ago. 1968 Barth 22ft. Will post photo of tag on frame (F3-554-22). The factory ID tag by the door has been replaced. Lots to check and possibly fix before going camping in the spring. No plans to renovate just use as-is.

 
Posts: 5 | Location: Medford, NJ | Member Since: 10-27-2021Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Picture of Ian and Lynnette
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I see that it does not have the illuminated grab-bar by the door. Wonder when that started? Our 1974 has it.
 
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The grab bar does have a socket inside above the handle area for a small light bulb. No bulb now. Perhaps had a small rectangular lens originally over the bulb? Something to investigate but definitely not high on the list!

 
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Cool little rig. Before I discovered Barth, we had a 13' Scotty I pulled with the '46 chevy truck. Loved it,but the family outgrew it.
 
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