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Old 07-06-2010, 08:14 AM   #1
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Question looking for an updated front-end look for my 98 HR Imperial

I would like to give a more up-to-date look to the front-end of my coach by substituting the original headlamp beams for a new molded plastic insert, has anyone attempted to do the same?

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Old 07-08-2010, 06:15 PM   #2
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cjean -

From your profile, I seen you are in Quebec. Not so close to Texas, but if you happen to come south for the winter, these guys Custom RV and Motorhome Painting, Custom RV Paint Design, RV Paint Repair, Motorhome Body Work, Fiberglass Repair, RV Insurance Repairs, RV Manufacturers, Tow Vehicle Paint, Boat Paint, Motorhome Paint, Motor Home Paint, Bus Paint, RV Painting, James in Nacadoches, Texas do OUTSTANDING work that goes beyond just paint to include all type of remodeling to the front and back caps.

A fella in our rally group had his '97 year DP redone with new full-body paint, newly molded headlights, etc last spring and it looks like a brand new coach!.

I believe the owner and some of the crew at Xtreme were, for many years, with the Foretravel plant in Nacadoches and most folks familiar with that line would attest to their quality.

They aren't cheap, but they are very good.

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Thanks Dan & Linda, I have noted the link, looks like they are very professional!

We have done extensive renovations to the inside of the coach, I will post some pictures.

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