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Old 07-01-2015, 06:08 PM   #1
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Reputable Paint Shops for Class A in Oregon

We are going to shop for a repaint of our Rig in the next two months while in Oregon.

The targeted repaint will be a basic full body color with a few additional painted swoops etc.

If anyone has had good experience with paint shops for Class A Motorhomes in the Oregon area, please provide the contact info.


Thanks in advance for any ideas.
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I would encourage you to call Premier RV in Junction City. I have met the painters and saw the work.
Very nice.
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Check with the service department at the Monaco plant in Coburg, OR. See if they can work you into their paint shop.
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Dean,


We have just finished some touch-ups at Country Coach and they look great.
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Oregon Motorcoach, Guarantee come to mind. There are a number of others and it appears that the prices are around $25K for a full coach job. That includes removing everything that is bolted/screwed on to the exterior plus removing all sealant
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Try this Joe's RV Collision Center | Portland Metro | Hillsboro I haven't worked with them but have seen their work and it seems pretty good.
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Doug Beaudry at Country Coach mentioned about $25k to do a full paint job. Besides, you can check out the new Allure and chat with Ron Lee. He is very approachable--we chatted with him for about 45 minutes this afternoon, and there are a bunch of good people up here. Always a nice experience at Country Coach.
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Doug Beaudry at Country Coach mentioned about $25k to do a full paint job. Besides, you can check out the new Allure and chat with Ron Lee. He is very approachable--we chatted with him for about 45 minutes this afternoon, and there are a bunch of good people up here. Always a nice experience at Country Coach.

Thanks, but the last three of my recent communications experience there has been unsatisfactory.

If they cannot respond to phone or email contact, they must not need revenue.
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