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Can someone help me decode this VIN# 72121209MC22
Manufactured December 8, 1972
Safety Standards in effect January 1, 1972
General Motors CPZ373J115423
GVWR 11000 LBS.
GAWR FRONT 4300
GAWR REAR 7200

I have the Barthmobile.com CD but unable to the files.


Rogelio
1976 Barth
454-4 V8
P32
35ft
Ser # S76112043MC35T
VIN # CPY3763314307


 
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VIN# 72121209MC22

7212 Manufactured December 1972
1209 Barth coach # 1209
MC22 Motor coach length 22 ft

FYI It looks like it has the old style smaller windshields. No replacements are available.


9708-M0037-37MM-01
"98" Monarch 37
Spartan MM, 6 spd Allison
Cummins 8.3 325+ hp
 
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looks like my ole 71, except for color.

Do you have any interior pictures?

Good luck, ole 71 has Goblins I suspect from all the weed in the 60's and 70's!!!


1971 24 ft Barth Continental
P30 chassis
350 engine
 
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