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Old 08-01-2015, 08:12 PM   #29
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Our first RV has decals, they are fading and peeling.

The one we are buying has full bodied paint. One of the reasons we chose it over a competing model.

I'll let you know in a few years if the decision worked out. But I think I can keep it cleaned and waxed better than trying to maintain vinyl decals over the long haul. I tend to keep things a while.

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Old 08-02-2015, 08:38 AM   #30
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RV's are never a good investment so how long are you going to keep it? Not long, minimize the pain, don't paint it. Making it part of the family, paint it.
Just a comment I started out with Jayco then found out they make Entegras!
I guess I need to ask. Is it a good thing or bad thing they make Entegras? I have no knowledge of the Entegra.

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Old 08-03-2015, 05:49 PM   #31
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I would never own an RV without full paint again. So much easier to keep clean even with mostly black colour .
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I would never buy a new motorhome, but the last two used MH I have purchased had full body paint. I would not buy a MH without FBP, therefore I would never look at a used MH without FBP. Many owners agree with me and the FBP will add resale value to your coach.

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