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Hi All,
I am looking to sell my beloved Barth before she falls into any further disrepair! I don't want her to go to the "bad place"! In the interest of having as complete a description as possible I need a little help please? I know this: 1977 Barth Class C 22' but not a model?
Thanks,
Michelle
 
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Hi All,
I am looking to sell my beloved Barth before she falls into any further disrepair! I don't want her to go to the "bad place"! In the interest of having as complete a description as possible I need a little help please? I know this: 1977 Barth Class C 22' but not a model?
Thanks,
Michelle
 
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The Class C Barth units are rare. We have records on only a few. I do not know of a model name, usually referred to as a "Barth Class C length XX feet"

The chassis is GM and most parts are still available. The Barth coach portion was, like most Barth products, variable in layout and appliances.

Search this site you will find a few brochures and a few owner reports. Good luck.


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Thank you going to list it now. Michelle
 
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