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Old 01-07-2009, 03:59 PM   #1
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we returned from precision paint in bremen in. yesterday and saw our new paint and other renovations. wow! did they do a great job. having a little trouble posting some before and after pics but monacomama said she would jump in and help until i get this figured out! thanks mama. jim

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we returned from precision paint in bremen in. yesterday and saw our new paint and other renovations. wow! did they do a great job. having a little trouble posting some before and after pics but monacomama said she would jump in and help until i get this figured out! thanks mama. jim

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Old 01-07-2009, 05:18 PM   #3
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Sorry it took so long to get them up for you...(an early dinner tonight!)

It looks great by the way!

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Old 01-07-2009, 05:44 PM   #4
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Wow!! Looks great!!

Humm.. wonder how many can's of spray paint it would take to do mine
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Old 01-07-2009, 07:26 PM   #5
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Hey Jim,

That is one fine looking Beaver you have there. When you have a good thing it sure is worth the time and money. Aside from the fantastic paint what else did you do?
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Wow, what a beautiful paint job!

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Congratulations Jim, the paint job looks great. I am sure that it looks and feels even better in person. Once the paint has ti e to cure be sure to use a good polish with a UV inhibitor in it and it will last forever. Thanks for the update and photos.
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thanks mama! motojavaphil, we replaced the carpeting,changed the marker lights to lcd's
changed all 3 tv's to lcd's, new a/c shrouds, new low profile kingdome, 3 new fantastic fans,all awnings inc an eclipse patio,new kc driving lights, wilson rv/trucker cell antenna w/power booster,custom dinning table,michelin xze tires,shower skylight,koni fsd's last year, had our ladder powdercoated in black crinkle finish(very durable) paint also included a complete roof re-seal and paint, dining chairs and some mirror work. i think i covered it all! thanks for the compliments. we still can't believe just how great it turned out. jim
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Com 'on beaverjim--

Now show us the real pictures of the paint job-- We know you went to a RV show and took pics of a new rig--


Kidding aside, It looks fantastic!!

Hope you have many more years of enjoyment with your gorgeous RV,

Best of luck with it,
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Do you mind sharing the cost of the paint job only?
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Nice paint job! Painting the ends of the slides sure moves the looks up a class or two.
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thanks again for the compliments. blue ribbon the basic paint, most of what you see in the pics (not including the roof) was approx 15k. there were too many things included in that price i couldn't begin to list them all.doing business with precision was painless. we dealt with jason in sales and paul the hands on guy. if anybody has any detailed ? please ask. max, honest its really an 02 lol. jim
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I thought it looked good "before" but it looks great "after".
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