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Hello all Barth lovers, I am reaching out to see if anyone lives near Coldwater, Michigan? I'm in search of any help before potentially buying a Barth motorcoach! Can anyone help steer me in the right direction related to things to know before hand, things to look or areas at in depth, or known problems?
In the chance someone resides close by with good knowledge of Barths I would consider a form of compensation if able to meet me during showing of motorcoach.
Thank you in advance!
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