Now notice the picture on the last post compared to this one. This is our RV, parked next to our beach condo, when we first purchased it in Va Beach to go fultiming.
Look at the side. Notice the strips don't go all the way to the ground.
While traveling I got the wild idea to drop the graphics all the way to the ground to give it a more modern look. I remember buying the paint I needed in Bull head City,Arizonia and hauled it around with me looking for the right campground to do the work.
We finally ended up in Sedona,Az at a campgound called Page Springs. It was small and we were on a site with a running spring. No one was within 500 yards of us. The management was extreamly friendly so I asked them if they minded if I did some paint work on our motorhome. They said help yourself.
I did all the sanding and layout, which was 3 colors that morning. Campers were walking around in amazement that I would even think about painting on a new motorhome.
I had brought all my sanders and paint guns with me because we were fultime and if I had to fix something on the road I wanted to be prepared.
Where did I get the air from? Our motorhome has air brakes and there is a quick disconnect access up by the generator. I had already found the fitting I needed before I left Va Beach. I brought 50 foot of air hose with me, in the storage bins. I started up the motorhome and when the air reached 120 psi I was ready to go. I had a regulator on the paint gun, so I could adjust for the pressure I needed.
About 3 hours later I stood back and could not believe my eyes as to how pretty it was.
There was a guy staying in the campground that came over and asked if I would paint his whole motorhome. Now I was not that nevvy.
Here's what it looked like before.