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Hi, I just joined the site today because my friend is looking at a 1985 Barth Regal 30ft 8 cylinder gas so I thought it would be good to join the site for feedback. This would be her 1st motorhome and she is looking to fulltime, slow travel. Any tips/words of advice would be appreciated. I have a travel trailer so I dont have much imput but im helping with the research. Thanks
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I'm a new member myself. My Grandfather owned a 1973 Barth motorhome 19ft class A o believe. We went all over the place with it. That's why I joined. Wanting to find another one to own in memory of him and my grandmother.
 
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Hey Duck here is another thread with an old toaster. Charlie and Angi had good times with it.

http://www.barthmobile.com/eve...693923967#3693923967


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Thanks Steve for the come back. If you know of anyone selling one let me know. I looked at one for sale on Shoppok.com but can get ahold of the owner.
 
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