Category: Motor Homes & Camper Vans
Out with the old, in with the new… custom respray on the Monaco Diplomat RV Motorhome in metallic black, grey and white. More details and images to follow shortly….
rear chrome decals at Cooper Commercial
side chrome decals at Cooper Commercial
custom painted stripes on the monaco rv
side view of the custom painted RV
In for repaint, a vw motorhome / race unit for respray in metallic brown with light gold metallic race stripes as requested by our Client.
Stay tuned for more images.
We have the pleasure of refinishing a Hurricane RV which has stood the test of time well but is in need of refinishing and new decals.
More photos to follow shortly….
Here at Cooper Commercial we also undertake smaller camper van resprays, thank you to Steve and Marion for bringing in the Dethleffs Camper Van for a shiny new respray in red and white with red decals. The camper as is came to us had received repairs to the Off Side, we had the job of completing small repairs, preparation work and respraying as per client instructions.
We’ll take you through what we did from start to finish.
Our team are busy prepping a V reg Tioga Fleetwood RV ( 1997 Winnebago) . Work is well underway now and our team are taking off layers of paint, sealer, lumps and bumps and any winnebago rv parts that can be removed.
This was a monster of a Winnebago although it fit easily into our hot bake oven / spray booth. The Winnebago as it came in to Cooper commercial was golden brown with various lines / swooshes on it. Sweetspot wanted their corporate colours in a two tone finish which is exactly what we did. Lets take you through it. anyone interested in SweetSpot Group and their Tour of Britain please click http://www.tourofbritain.com/
As she arrived, ready for prepping
Out team went to work prepping the winnebago
Heres the finished front and back photo with decals
Side view of the finished sweetspot winnebago
Unfortunately for both Sweetspot and our team, she had a little accident when she left us and arrived back with front damage (as seen below)
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