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Old 12-24-2013, 12:29 AM   #85
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Like this?
Not exactly..


Although I find it amusing
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Old 12-25-2013, 12:12 AM   #86
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Most folks don't live in stick built houses with swirls on them. There are classic colors that seem to stand the test of time. Coaches with polished aluminum / stainless sides still look quite classy today. Airstream trailers still look great.

Personally, except for the fake front window blackouts on some years (cheesy) lazy daze class c rigs seem to hold a muted look that is fairly timeless, although even they appear to be tempting towards the swirl trend.

http://www.lazydaze.com/photogal.htm

We have a local vinyl graphics shop. I suppose folks could keep a blank canvas and just change it up every few years.


I know, a class C in an A forum, but hmm....
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I've always liked the '99 thru '01 Dolphin class A schemes.
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Well if we want to compare the design to homes then maybe that's the next new fad. Graphics if stone and brick giving it a more permanent solid look. :-)
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ID:	52651I like mine, whites and white roof keep things "cooler" here in Florida.
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Attachment 52651I like mine, whites and white roof keep things "cooler" here in Florida.
Where are you in Florida, I'm going to be down there beginning of March for the Gator Nationals. I also want to stop at Sun Cost Designs and have them defog two windows.

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Well if we want to compare the design to homes then maybe that's the next new fad. Graphics if stone and brick giving it a more permanent solid look. :-)
Well, I guess we used to put wood grain decals on station wagons, so....
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As noted previously, you could always go the Brett Michael route and do a vinyl rap with any design you'd like. Might actually hold up better than paint. At least if you changed your mind, it could come off.

My gripe has always been the god awful interior selections, fixtures and fabrics that can date a coach before it has left the lot.

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