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Old 05-18-2012, 01:44 PM   #1
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Who made Barth?

I have a local c-list ad for a 72 Barth aluminum class A (p-30) here in New Hampshire that looks-interesting as well as a 74 Concord Coach on a Dodge 318 chassis. Anyone have any info on these class A's? the good/bad and ugly.
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AFAIK, an individual named Bob Barth owned a company that made Barth RVs. There's still a website dedicated to these RVs - HERE.

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Do a search on barthmobile I have the site at home it is a web site dedicated to the barths
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Beet me to it that's it
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Old 05-18-2012, 02:02 PM   #5
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Boy a lot of info fast. I can't afford the asking price but maybe some one here can the ad is: 1972 class A olds 455 Barth motorhome
He is asking 5k for it. Nice looking rig though.
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Nice web site-looks like a solid coach builder. Now if I had a spare 5K on me I would be tempted .....
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