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Old 06-05-2018, 01:42 PM   #1
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Motorhome Painting in Oregon

We would like to have the perimeter of our roof, which has taken a beating from the desert SW sun, repainted this fall on our way back down to Arizona in late September. I am aware there are a number of RV speciality business along the I-5 corridor in Oregon with body shops, and as a bonus Oregon has no sales tax.

I would appreciate any referrals you folks might offer on a quality shop with reasonable prices.
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Around the greater Portland area, we've used Joe's RV Collision Center in Hillsboro. They have an excellent reputation and specialize in RV body paint and repair.

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Yes, there are other good RV body shops going south on I-5 too especially in the Eugene area but I can't personally recommend any as I've never used them.
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I've had paint and repairs done here: HOME - Website
This is at the north end of Grants Pass off I-5.
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I know folks that have had work done at Guaranty RV in junction city. They seemed pretty happy.
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Old 06-05-2018, 04:48 PM   #5
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camping world in troutdale has a paint and body shop. they did a beautiful repair and paint job on a previous motorhome for me
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Easy. Take it to the guy who oversaw the painting of your coach back in 2006, Ricky Mackin. Ricky supervised the paint and body department at Monaco RV back in the day and now owns his own shop in Eugene, Mackin Street Customs and RV. He's touched up my coach on a couple occasions as well as my cars. Knows these coaches like the back of his hand.

Tell him the guy with the blue Imperial from Tri-Cities recommended him. He'll do you right, I'm bringing him another car this fall.
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Strightline in Eugene did a great job on our roof rails and a scrap I put down the side.
Family owned, great work.
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Old 06-06-2018, 12:10 PM   #8
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Lots of great recommendations here. Thanks everyone!

I am going to take some pictures and send them to these guys as a next step and see if I can narrow this down. Very difficult to go around willy-nilly and get estimates.
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Easy. Take it to the guy who oversaw the painting of your coach back in 2006, Ricky Mackin. Ricky supervised the paint and body department at Monaco RV back in the day and now owns his own shop in Eugene, Mackin Street Customs and RV. He's touched up my coach on a couple occasions as well as my cars. Knows these coaches like the back of his hand.

Tell him the guy with the blue Imperial from Tri-Cities recommended him. He'll do you right, I'm bringing him another car this fall.
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