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Old 08-27-2010, 11:46 AM   #1
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"Trashed" coach fixed!

Well, it took 11 days of my living in a motel but the coach is done. The damage done by the "jumping" bollard at the border station has been fixed and very, very well I might add. Washburn's Body Shop in Williston, VT is highly recommended. Only one panel came from the place in Washington, the radiator one. All the rest were fabricated by the shop.
The owner, Erin, commented on how well the original compartment doors were fabricated by the factory. He said they were maybe the best he had seen in his many years. He was totally impressed with the construction, fit and finish of the Alpine. His new panels fit as good if not better than new and the paint work is superb.
I'm happy again.
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dshogman, Congratulations! Keep the clean side up and everything will take care of itself! Happy camping.
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The original bay doors were fabricated by Magic Metals in Yakima.
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