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Old 11-13-2008, 05:56 AM   #1
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Just had my 02 Journey painted at CDI in Forest City.

I'd like to post pictures but am not computer savy enough.

Any help out there?

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Just had my 02 Journey painted at CDI in Forest City.

I'd like to post pictures but am not computer savy enough.

Any help out there?

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Old 11-13-2008, 07:15 AM   #3
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HI Charlie--

I will be anxious to see your pictures and hear how you load pictures, also. I would also appreciate hearing about your experience with CDI and what the cost was.

Thanks for sharing and keep putting on those miles!!

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I'm sorry but I don't have a 10 year old computer wiz to help me through the easy (?) instructions however I'll try to answer questions.

Dealing with CDI was a dream. The GM, Dave Nagle was very helpful as were all the employees I had contact with. I checked the progress every day and had total access to the plant. The quality was equal or better than a new paint job as CDI paints all the new Winneys.

Even the DW who was not 100% on board with this task was very pleased with the results. They even trimmed the caulking around the windows etc. before painting. I could not find 1 area with overspray.

Dave Nagle asked me not to be specific on the posting the price as various factors are involved but OK'd posting a budget of $10,000-$15,000.

He would be happy to quote anyone who contacts him at (641) 585-5900 as they are very slow due to Winnebago's reduced production schedule.

I have pictures I can post on my private e mail.

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