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1975 Silver Liner Coach V-8
Barry Diesel is a motorhome that lives in the United States.
Barry Diesel was a motorhome that, tougher with his wife, lived in the United States. He loved Dinoco oil products, drinking of which has become part of his daily routine. He started every day by drinking Dinoco Extreme Octane to wake him up, and then drinking a few gallons of Dinoco Regular until the end of the day. After a suggestion from his wife, he switched to drinking Dinoco Light.
Barry Diesel is a large 1975 Silver Liner Coach V-8 that was based on the real-life 1983 Winnebago Brave.
He is painted cream, with green lining on his doors. He wears a large blue Dinoco hat and two large oil cans on his doors full of Dinoco Light oil cans.
- "Barry loves Dinoco oil. He starts his day off with Dinoco Extreme Octane to give him that extra kick in the bumper, and then it's gallon after gallon of Dinoco Regular to keep him running smoothly all day. However, his wife thinks it's about time Barry switched to Dinoco Light."
- source: Car Finder
- Barry's "love" for Dinoco oil is a reference to alcohol addictions. Dinoco oil is the Cars world equivalent of beer, and Dinoco Light is likely a parody of the popular beer brand Bud Light.
- Although he is not seen at the Los Angeles International Speedway, another caravan is seen wearing the same kind of hat and drinking large cans of Dinoco Light. However, this caravan is a different car model, has green eyes, a different grille, and a brown stripe on his front.