WOW. That is all I can say. Today I think we put the last coat of paint
on the Scamp
. It has taken weeks but all windows
were removed, bumper sawed off, dents and damage restored, body primed, sanded, primed some more...finishing off with 3 coats of enamel.
I think the final job looks fairly good, but I will say that it is more of a "good from far, far from good" job. The paint
application process was very disappointing considering the countless hours we put into prepping. I had a very bad customer service experience with the company we used, Supermarine Paint
(a.k.a. Top Secret Coatings) and can confidently say that their product does not stand up to all they say it does. I cannot recommend this product whatsoever. I picked them for the main reason that they could color match--well, they couldn't. The yellow we ended up with is nowhere near the yellow we wanted. I can go on and on, but I won't-- PM me if you want details.
I am proud of the work that we did. Finished repainting the interior and the cabinetry. There is much more to do-- reinstalling the windows
, door, belly band. Once we do that, it's off to the RV guy to install new tires/rims, new 12 volt system, fix bumper, etc.
I will post more pics once we finish! At least we know we won't lose our Scamp
when we go camping!