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Old Connection + New Paint Job

Listen to this story from the Johnson’s:

“We (Dale & Betty Johnson) own a 2004 Winnebago Adventurer and it was beginning to show its age. We debated the issue of a new one or should we “spruce it up” both on the interior and the exterior. It had all the features that we wanted so we made the decision to make it look new again. We have some friends in the California Coaster Motorhome club who had previously had some body and paint work done on their rig so we asked for advice. Without hesitation they gave us the name of Final Touch Coach Works where their work was completed.

We called Final Touch, made an appointment to get an estimate to have our coach painted. We were met in the yard by several employees who had the responsibility of preparing the estimate. In conversation with one young man we discovered that he was a graduate of a school in Lancaster, CA where Dale had served as a high school principal. That conversation led us to discover that Joel Forte (owner of Final Touch-a family operation) had been a graduate of Quartz Hill High School when Dale was the principal. After exchanging many stories from our mutual days at Quartz Hill we were given an estimate and agreed to proceed to have the coach painted.

We can, without hesitation recommend Final Touch to any motorhome owner who needs body work, a new coat of paint or other repairs. You will be treated by a professional staff at every step of the way.

Our coach looks new again.”

Saying “See Ya!” to An Old Paint Job

When people buy motorhomes they expect to keep them for the long-haul. But just because they love their coach doesn’t mean they always love its 10-year-old paint job. All-white coaches tend to look a little outdated and the Taylor’s 2004 Alpha See Ya! was no exception. While some customers elect to simply have old vinyl graphics removed and repainted, the Taylor’s decided to go with a completely new design and color scheme. The gold base accented with bold black and indigo graphics gave the coach a fresh and updated feel that was unique to their coach. When all was said and done, the coach looked as if it had just rolled out of the manufacturer’s showroom all over again.

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