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Should FMCA recognize Barth owners??
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If any one here would like to have Family Motor Coach Association recognize Barth Owners please vote YES.
If you believe we should keep to our own little community please vote NO.
This would not change our site, just give us another place to chat with other brand of RV owners. Many members here already belong to FMCA. I am a member of FMCA. I will not vote so as not to sway anyone else to vote either way. I do hope I did this correctly, but may need the help of Bill NY or Rusty.

Question:
Be affiliated with FMCA?

Choices:
Yes, have a FMCA page
No, Keep out of FMCA

 
 
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Are you referring to the FMCA page/forum having a Barth-specific section?
 
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Yes, Rusty says there is a chapter on FMCA. Do you know of a specific Chapter on FMCA for Barth owners?
 
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It was the Barth Rangers


1990 Barth Regency
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Gillig Chassis
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Hey Ray, did the chapter get dropped, or is it still listed with Family Motor Coach Association?
 
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Please Remember to vote here. You will not be called for jury duty by voting. Smiler
 
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We were members of FMCA for years. We still have the numbers on the Barth. The problem with Barthmobile becoming a FMCA chapter is that all members have to belong to FMCA. I would not like to see that happen.


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2000 Allison
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Gary, non members can still see information on FMCA without being a member. Thanks for your input. I am by no means trying to compromise our Barth community. Just hoping to broaden our horizons.
 
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The last communication I had with Hank (then president of Barth Rangers) was in 2011 when he sent me an application and news letter. HERE Is a post with Hanks info: I may be wrong, But I don't think the Rangers still exist in the FMCA.


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Thanks Craig, I knew that I read the post before. Yes the Barth Rangers was dissolved shortly after I purchased my Barth. The previous owner of my Barth, Bud Wiley told me he received a refund when the Rangers were dissolved.
 
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Smiler Computer WE have 17 voters, and the vote was tied once. You have until the second Tuesday of next week so Computer vote Computer now, or you won't be counted. Computer Smiler
 
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Computer If we get one more vote we will reach a half of a percent of total membership as voting. Computer
vote
 
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Check the poll results here. java So far it looks like we are in favor of Family Motor Coach Association FMCA recognition.
With a FMCA recognition, would the value of our Antique Campers and Motor Homes increase?
Remember we do not want everyone to know the value of Barth, or we won't have enough Barthmobiles for our members to have one, two, or three Barth rigs.

Something to consider?
 
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If we get one more vote we will reach a half of a percent of total membership as voting
Hardly any representation of the desire of the membership! confusion






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Must be the fear of getting called for jury duty. It is easy to vote. Click, yes or no. Maybe it is harder than that?
 
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