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Old 08-25-2016, 07:40 AM   #1
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Mexico full body paint

I know this has been discussed over the years however I don't find anything recent.

My 04 is in desperate need of a paint job. And like all our coaches they depreciate pretty darn fast. So I can't justify 20 to 30 thousand for a new paint job. I am happy with the chassis frame and engine 400 isl especially being pre smog. It is paid for and I wanted to know if anyone had first hand recent experience with a Mexico paint shop near Tucson or Yuma.

My first thought was Navarro's but I can't get ahold of them and most posts about them are old.

Any positive comments would be appreciated.

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I had some Clear Coat issues redone at CJ's in Yuma (now in the Foothills). I was pleased with their work and will return when needed.
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If you are close to Yuma then ok. If you are closer to Casa Grande then the do great work at Rocky Point right at the RV park on the ocean
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Is Rocky Point the same town as Puerto Penasco?
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I know this has been discussed over the years however I don't find anything recent.

My 04 is in desperate need of a paint job. And like all our coaches they depreciate pretty darn fast. So I can't justify 20 to 30 thousand for a new paint job. I am happy with the chassis frame and engine 400 isl especially being pre smog. It is paid for and I wanted to know if anyone had first hand recent experience with a Mexico paint shop near Tucson or Yuma.

My first thought was Navarro's but I can't get ahold of them and most posts about them are old.

Any positive comments would be appreciated.

Paul

Yes Puerto Paenasco and Rocky Point are the same...... My kids have a home there but I have not had any paint recommendations there.... From Mesa i want to stay away from Juarez and TJ ....I hope to find a place between them
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Painting these beasts is a difficult and complicated process...you get what you pay for...I would check for quality rather than price.
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