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Hi all well it has been some time since I posted. My Daughter in law asked me a question I can't answer.... So I come to the experts you. How much square feet in my Barth?? Also did they come with an awning?? if so what size?? Thank you all for all your help. My 350 motor has been rebuilt also transmission. Just bought a new radiator.I am excited Smiler

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Too bad Barth didn't continue to make Class Cs. They really serve the purpose for many people.

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I am rebuilding a 1981 22' Class A with the 350 engine. I hope your rebuild included adding hardened valve seats and valves. Otherwise the current fuels will destroy the valves rather quickly.

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1981 Euro 22' w Chevy 350 engine and TH 400 tranny
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