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Old 10-04-2007, 04:26 PM   #1
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Does anyone know a top notch RV repainting shop. We have a 2006 coach with "average" graphics. The newer coaches have much nicer graphics and rather than upgrade at a huge cost we are considering repainting with a newer color scheme. Any ideas?
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Does anyone know a top notch RV repainting shop. We have a 2006 coach with "average" graphics. The newer coaches have much nicer graphics and rather than upgrade at a huge cost we are considering repainting with a newer color scheme. Any ideas?
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A friend of mine just had his done at Precision Painting in Indiana. I stopped by and saw it and it was a great job. They also paint the Travel Supremes for the factory which is nearby. Pics on my friends coach are at: THIS PAGE
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Dick is 100% correct about Precision Paint.

I too know the folks that he has mentioned, and I have seen their repainted coach, and I have seen other coaches painted by Precision.

IMHO, it is the only place to go for first class work.

I believe it will cost at least $15,000.

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Where are you located - there are qualified shops in various parts of the country, e.g. Florida, Indiana, California, etc.
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We live in Northern New Jersey. Elkhart seems to be the RV painting capitol
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Great RV repair shops congregate where there are a lot of RVs built or used. That means near Elkhart and in Washington/Oregon near the Monaco/Country Coach/Alpine etc. factories, and in Florida, Arizona and California. I don't know of any highly recommended RV paint shops in the northeast, so a trip to Indiana or Florida might be in your future.
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