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Old 01-25-2015, 10:31 PM   #15
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Very nice work!

Wouldn't it be nice, if he made "House calls"????
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Thank you for the kind words .
I am not really in anyone area but to be honest ,finding work is not why I am here .I enjoy helping others doing it them self .as someone that has spent 30 years fixing fiberglass and boats I have lots of advice I can provide to help the do it your self kind of guys
I am willing to bet that We can get your slide out done for under 500$ .
I will tell you what you need and provide directions .
If you are a wife that would want to try it ,your the right person for the job .
woman are better at this then man .the unit I showed here was done by a 23 years old girl .She is our most meticulous employe .
In a Boat repair course We gave at the shop with 20 boat owners ,the woman where the best at blending colors .
My paint rep told me woman don't have the gene that cause color blindness ,only man have problem seeing colors .
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Old 01-26-2015, 01:15 PM   #17
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I guess I am one of the few that think the slide outs painted looks just to "busy" for my personal taste. But then I think all the swirls and designs are just tooooooo much.
They look like a Christmas package. Our 1995 HR Endeavor LE had nice straight painted line design.
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Old 01-28-2015, 07:37 AM   #18
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Cheap looking



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Huge difference. By your signature it appears that's not your coach? Any idea where the work was done? Hmmm I see it's not the same coach.
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Just using them as a example.
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Personally speaking, I think both look just as nice. Mine does not have the sides painted with the stripes and it looks fine especially if the color matches the rest of the scheme.
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Just using them as a example.
Yes, I got it. Not being accusatory in any manner. Just a statement, relating to to the picture puzzle where they place two mostly identical pictures and you have to list the subtle differences if you can. Thanks for the pictures. IMHO the continuation of stripes really improves the flow and overall appearance. That's why the cost is an upgrade of $1500.00 to $2,000.00!
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Yes, I got it. Not being accusatory in any manner. Just a statement, relating to to the picture puzzle where they place two mostly identical pictures and you have to list the subtle differences if you can. Thanks for the pictures. IMHO the continuation of stripes really improves the flow and overall appearance. That's why the cost is an upgrade of $1500.00 to $2,000.00!

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