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Just purchased our 25' 1973 Barth Motorhome. Excited to get everything fixed up and homey. Know we will be looking for replacement parts and tips as we restore our motor baby. Grateful to find this portal and will trade tips as we can.
 
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Congratulations! I just purchased my third barth, a 1975, and i regretted selling the other 2. Believe me, there really isn't anything else like a barth. Lot's of great people here with years of experience. Good luck with your project!


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