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Old 11-24-2014, 02:33 AM   #1
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Looking for paint shops Q to yuma

I'm looking for a real reasonable and good paint shop to paint my top caps and top sides with clearcoat--mine are really starting to peel---We will be down around Q or Yuma before meeting up with the group in the desert!!!!
I don't want to do the sanding or painting myself because WELL I'm a lazy retiree!!!!! Thanks for any reply!!!!

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Years ago I had my RV painted in Los Algogones. There located just a few blooms from the main street. The owned had taken everything off the RV and he had his guys scrape all the decals off with blades and heat. They sanded down everything and sent it to the paint booth. I was surprised of how good it looked. They even took out the glass. Charge i/10th of what it would be in the states. Don't remember the name of the place. In town they know who he is.
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Old 11-24-2014, 03:27 PM   #3
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We had our last rig repainted by the "PAINT DEPARTMENT" in Chino, Calif. They take everything off and even put it back on. Sanford PS would highly recommend them at 10 X the price you paid in Mexico.
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Old 11-24-2014, 09:30 PM   #4
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I had my upper front cap repainted and then clear coated here in Yuma last week. Quotes from the auto body shops were very high in my estimation. They also required us to deliver our coach to their shop then leave it for2 to 4 days during the working hours and none of them had any hookups except for 20 amp electric. I found an individual on craigslist who would come to my RV park and do the painting on site. His work was professional and he had all the equipment needed for the job, did a good job of masking and prep work as well as having another fellow along to assist and speed up the prep work. I did have enough matching leftover paint from a previous repair on the coach so matching the color was not an issue. Prep work, sanding , painting 2 coats of clear coat, all done in one day.
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Run2 - that sounds great. Do you have any contact info?
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HELLO RUN 2
AS STATED ABOVE A CONTACT NUMBER AND PRICE OF WHAT HE CHARGED YOU WOULD BE A GREAT BENIFIT SINCE WE WILL BE DOWN IN THAT AREA!!!! THANKS TO ALL THAT REPLIED!!!! woops using CAPS but not yelling!!!!!

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Contact info for the fellow who painted my coach here in Yuma; Tony Pelayo 928-259-8171-cel 928-514-4526 home. I am not sure if he will do whole vehicles , but he bid $360.00 for my repainting of the front cap above my windshield and I was so satisfied I tipped an additional $40.00.
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Refresh on Question paint Job - Q to Yuma

]I'm looking for a real reasonable and good paint shop to paint my top caps and top sides with clearcoat--mine are really starting to peel---We will be down around Q or Yuma before meeting up with the group in the desert!!!!
I don't want to do the sanding or painting myself because WELL I'm a lazy retiree!!!!! Thanks for any reply!!!!

Steve[/QUOTE]
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Contact info for the fellow who painted my coach here in Yuma; Tony Pelayo 928-259-8171-cel 928-514-4526 home. I am not sure if he will do whole vehicles , but he bid $360.00 for my repainting of the front cap above my windshield and I was so satisfied I tipped an additional $40.00.
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