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Steve you are right, I thought Ricky's unit was early with build number of 960, second place now though.

If anyone buys Ricky's unit they would sure love to get those windows from Camp Barth, Dana.

Both of them have bee bee sized chips in them.

Really makes me happy someone is willing to save these old units, good luck and happy travels..


25 Ft Glassnose, 2792, 1982
454 Engine
Plain Jane Interior
Original Paint
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I thought Ricky's unit was early with build number of 960, second place now though...

Duane, take a look at our Data tag list. You will not have to look far down the list to see the build number 47. I have started a new topic. I did not want to drift any farther from junk2jelwels, electrical documents topic.
 
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Hello Barth enthusiast,...Please guide me in the right direction RS

I am your personal guide to posting pictures. Please go to photo posting procedures information. Good luck with your project and keep us up to date.
Your folder number is 6910779. Use this number in the subject when emailing the photos.
 
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A couple times in the past I have posted a hand drawn wiring diagram of the Euro. It showed how the batteries and genny were all hooked up. Might be of some help if someone can find it.


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