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Old 09-04-2010, 11:33 AM   #1
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I was heading home this morning from looking @ some trucks and stopped @ this place I knew had two MH's that sat for more the five years. I saw this 1970 Barth. It looked to be a 20 footer or less. I have done some small research on this since I got home 20 minutes ago. Just wanted to see if anyone on here has one? I took a couple of exterior pictures but I'm not sure I will have time to post them before I leave for a wedding. I should be able to post later tonight though. I thought it was really cool looking. It's a Chevy platform and pretty plain and sample on the inside. Bath room is all the way to the rear of the coach. Two single bunks just before that. Then a double in the dinning room area once you drop the table. Two leather captain chairs in the pilot house and no dog house between them. Lots of room up there...
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A friend of mine has one, a later model, but they don't hang out on the forums anymore.
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Old 09-06-2010, 03:39 PM   #3
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Here are the pictures I took of the 1970 Barth...










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man if that is decent and runs and the price is right you better buy it. the one's i have seen are very nice. something to think about thats for sure. good luck.

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Barth built a very nice and sturdy coach. The ones I have seen were pretty nice on the inside. Has this one been redone?

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this one has not been redone, matter of fact it has been sitting for quite some time. Where did my pictures go?
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i still see em. are you going to buy this unit? it would be a great rig. how long is it? what are they asking for it? good luck

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