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Full Body Paint Job
Posted 06 September 2012 - 06:32 PM
It was done by Mike's Custom Painting in Bremen In. I spoke to Mike at the Indy rally and made an appointment to have a couple of small things taken care of on Wed the 5th. Everything was taken care of with a smile. The service is perfect and the paint job comes with a 2 year warranty.
Very satisfied with the job and the service.
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Posted 02 January 2013 - 08:56 AM
The fiberglass gets covered with fungus?? and I can see that it has had damage in the past. i would like to reseal the windows and paint the siding and the roof. It is the original alum roof. I resealed all the roof seams in 2007-- no leaks so far.
Any suggestions on type of paint, I will do this myself.
Also thought about murals in the blank spaces, rather than paint entire coach, paint type?
Posted 04 February 2013 - 06:57 PM
I would love to have my coach have a full body paint job, but my wife wants to go to Hawaii instead. Aloha......
Tiffin Allegro 28DA
Blue Ox Tow Bar
Towing 94 Honda Accord
Posted 04 February 2013 - 07:44 PM
Have you coach painted, use your credit card and then fly to Hawaii on your flier miles. Thats what I did this past fall, as a matter of fact I went twice. Was there for a couple of weeks over thankgiving and then came home. 2 days latter my sons car broke so I went back to fix it.
Posted 21 October 2013 - 02:31 PM
We have a 1965 converted Silver Eagle that we have been working to restore. It is is excellent shape, but the vinyl stripes were very faded and cracked. We had them removed and the affected bony panels repainted.
Now, we need to find someone to take a design concept, complete the detailed design (providing us with proof images), and manufacture new vinyl.
I had hoped that we could find someone locally (Toledo, Ohio), but no such luck.
We have found companies who can apply the new vinyl once it has been cut.
Any suggestions would be MOST appreciated.
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