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Looking for more information on this Barth I have got. Million dollar question whats it worth.

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Free answer, what a buyer and seller decide, often slightly more if two buyers have to make the decision. The seller has more information, attachments, cost of ownership. Buyer only has desire and a wallet carefully kept closed.
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This coach was completed in December of 1988. It is a Regency. The Regency models were numbered as a separate series. Yours is coach #0111 of less than 200 total that Barth built.

Length is 38 ft, diesel powered, with a Gillig chassis. It probably has a Caterpillar 3208 engine and a 4sp Allison transmission.

These were well made coaches, but given the 35 yrs of time, with variations of storage, use, and service, the value is rather hard to declare without thorough inspection of all systems.

Good luck with your coach! Tooling Along

"98" Monarch 37
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