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Old 12-19-2014, 07:49 PM   #15
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This link should take you to about 80 pictures that I took of the paint job as it is underway. You can see the amount of prep work that goes into it.

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This link should take you to about 80 pictures that I took of the paint job as it is underway. You can see the amount of prep work that goes into it.

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Just checked out the entire project. Very nice.

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Does anybody have any prices for a full body paint job and as to how long it took. There is one place I took mine to in the upstate South Carolina. They want around $16,000.00. A little over $6000.00 take everything off and put back and a little over $9,000. 00 to paint it. I had mine washed by a mobile wash service and they must have used some caustic chemicals because it's eating the paint off my coach and some got through one of the slides and ruined my carpet. So, for almost $20,000. 00 to fix it all. I had no dreams of it costing that much. I turned it into my insurance and I don't know if they are going to repair the damages. I'm now waiting on them to tell me yes or no. I can only find one place here that's has a paint booth big enough for the coach.
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We looked all over to find prices when we had ours done. We got prices from $5000 to $45000. Precision Painting quoted $15000 plus add ons, new awning material etc. They advised that it would take about a month. The pictures that I posted shows the preparations that it took. The painting is the easy part. It took 3 and a half weeks for the prep and just about a week for the paint.

I have saw one of the $5000 jobs and they didn't do much prep. All the dings and marks showed.

I guess you get what you pay for.
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Around $15K is about right give or take a couple thousand. I wouldn't let anyone do my coach for 5K. And I would certainly shop around to find a place that has experience doing large vehicles. Especially if you're going to do any kind of intricate graphics. The prep & taping is crucial.
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