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Old 09-22-2014, 04:56 PM   #1
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1979 Dodge Tioga Class C 24 foot. 1987 Fleetwood Bounder 34 Foot.
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I don't have a classic but where are your photos?
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This one is not rare but it is a vintage.


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Aging well by the looks of the front end.
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Old 09-22-2014, 05:34 PM   #5
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Well, enough folks come up to stare at my present combo that it's either rare or just plain ridiculous. I guess no one's ever seen a 4cyl Kia do so much work before!
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Saw this one sitting outside the local auto parts store. Heard the driver tell the clerk that the driver's dad had been driving this from Colorado to Minnesota for about 17 years without a problem.

Words to the left of the door say Barth Limited.
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This guy came with the door, No razor scraper on him.

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Saw this one sitting outside the local auto parts store. Heard the driver tell the clerk that the driver's dad had been driving this from Colorado to Minnesota for about 17 years without a problem.

Words to the left of the door say Barth Limited.
I've always loved these. Like a classic version of the Allegro Bus


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Aging well by the looks of the front end.
Yes sir your right about that, but she still runs like a champ.


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i will post some pix latter if ya want but i have 2 i never see around here and not much info i can find...,,,,even though they were very common in ther dsay,,,,some of you may see alot of them but like i said we never see any of these,,,,we are also currently restoring them ,,a new found fun time for us...lol
but they are a 68 aristocrat landcommador very well built trailor and nice layout, then we have a 50s go
tag along needs comp;let resto though and will be our toughest build yet... but it has the turquise sink,2 burner stove and ice box,,,dw laid claims on that one as hers as soon as she saw it. story on that one is i saw a couple guys going threw mcDonalds and aked if they would sell ......they made me a killer price and followed me home,,,,lol,,.we have plans for really fixing that little camper up,probably keep it forever,,,i think its 16ft from bumper to toung

if anyone knows anything i would love to know more about them..

im glad you came up with this thread.......i have always been pulled toward stuff that is different....yhanks
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hears ours a 87 emc starfire we get lots of looks and people stoping by
but have never saw another in our travels so must be rare john
ps. older picture now has low profile ac units
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This guy came with the door, No razor scraper on him.

Whatchagotthere is "Kokopelli", a well-known fertility deity.

I just thought you should be warned in case it actually works.
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may u be blessed with many cchildren and grandkids....lol

i didnt know lincoln made an rv,, that what the front looks like to me..lol,,thats rare for sure i bet the low profile ac,s looks sleek on it..
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Regarding the Starfire, I've only seen just a few of those. Does yours have the generator up front, under the hood? The dealership I was working for was approached by EMC at one point when they were looking for dealers. That was the first one I ever saw...

There's another one you don't see or hear much about any more. The Cortez. Pretty unique coach. Front wheel drive enabled a very low step in height. Pretty small, I think they were all 6 cylinder powered.
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