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Old 10-20-2012, 01:55 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by TwelveVolt View Post
Most sign shops can produce them from a digital image (and its mirror if you want the sides to match). Since I don't have a suitable level of artistic training, I am open to ideas.
Actually THAT is a great idea! I don't really like the decals on most RVs, but I've been telling myself I'll just have to deal with it. But if I can replace them with one of my OWN photos or with one of my sister's art designs, I'll be much happier. Thanks for the tip!



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Old 10-20-2012, 02:16 PM   #16
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Anyone ever look into the people that do van wraps, boat wraps, etc..

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Old 10-22-2012, 11:55 PM   #17
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Anyone ever look into the people that do van wraps, boat wraps, etc..
Yes, some one here on irv2 did that, and had posted a couple photos of a Class A rig with it wrapped for some kind of advertising gig.

I happened to run into them (figuratively) up in D.C. last spring and it was something to behold... No reason you couldn't wrap a 5'er I suppose, but I would think it wouldn't be a heck of a lot more dollars to paint the thing.
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Anyone ever look into the people that do van wraps, boat wraps, etc..

I had a quick quote done on my Discovery 36RS. A full wrap starts at around 8k and goes up from there depending on artwork and whether you want the windows covered as well. I was told they can last about 5 yrs. if well cared for.

IMO, I would rather spend a bit more and have it painted, you will get 10+ yrs from a paint job. Better yet, paint it yourself and spend hundreds rather than thousands.
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Better yet, paint it yourself and spend hundreds rather than thousands.
The owner of the RV in the downwind campsite will not be happy :-(

Perhaps the downwind end of the WM parking lot if you buy all your paint supplies in the store.
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paint a A class

a few years ago some people painted a class A motor home out in the AZ BLM what a mess that was they rolled it! dust, dirt and just a all round mess get it done in Mex. and it will look new cost is cheep Bushman

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