A Fresh Coat of Paint Goes A Long Way
Lynn Johnson had a list of things that needed to be done on his 2005 Sports Coach but it wasn’t until a windstorm swept around his coach, pitting the paint with rock chips, that he decided it was finally time to take it in. He had read about Final Touch Coach Works in the RV Life and Santa Clarita magazines and when his insurance company recommended us he decided to come on over. Once he brought his coach into the shop he was able to work step-by-step on the makeover with Joel and our head painter, Luis. Mr. Johnson worked with Luis to pick out all of the colors, going for a fresh look with white as the focal color. He was able to see the entire process and watched his coach transform into an entirely new-looking coach. He brought it back a short while later and the “SC” graphic was added to the rear cap for a little extra pop, completing the fresh, new look.
De Long Awaited Make Over
The De Long’s ten-year-old Holiday Rambler was looking very tired. The vinyl graphics were cracked and faded, the gel coat was chalky, and the clear coat had burned through on many of the painted areas from too much sun storage. They originally decided they were going to take their coach to a shop in Indiana, only to be hindered by the expense and inconvenience of actually getting it there. After researching options closer to home, they finally came to Final Touch Coachworks where they were impressed with the quality of repair work they saw. Adaptation of existing graphics and meticulous color choice by the De-Longs and our paint specialists produced a polished and updated look. Needless to say, the De Longs were pleased not only with the job well done but also the 2,000 miles less they had to travel to get it done.