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Has this one been here before?
Note 6 cyl Cat. Note data tag number.


1990 Regency 34'
Cummins 6CTA 8.3 240hp
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It would be interesting to learn how a coach finished in Feb 92 is called a 93 by Barth and is called a 94 by the seller.

I see the seller says it "will sell quickly".

Probably before my stimulus check arrives, darn it.


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Not at all sinister. The Barth date of 9309 puts it into the '94 model year.

My '94's chassis was completed by Spartan 2/92; Barth completed it 04/93, and titled it a '94 (probably because it was the prototype for the '94 28', and was quite different from the pre-'94s).

I agree, my stimulus check better arrive soon, or it'll be gone! Big Grin


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Originally posted by Don in Niagara:
Has this one been here before?
Yes... We talked about this coach before

1994 Regency "33ft" on Ebay

Back then it was, for the first time in recorded history, listed as a much smaller unit. Big Grin

The data tag makes this a 40' unit.

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This is a nice coach. It has the hydraulic 4speed allison though. The price is high. It isn't clear to me why the prices are continually high. If it worth more to the sellers than the market then they shouldn't sell. There is a 1993 Regency on this site that is 38 ft with the electronic 6 speed, and it is obviously a coach that was built after this coach, but is selling for $11k less. I realize there are differences in the coaches, but still. - Just my 2 cents.
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