Yes, do the de-oxadizing and polishing thing first, but if that is too much work, etc, or you just want it easy to clean and looking better get it painted - BUT - when you look for a paint shop be sure they are experts in fiberglass work. Ask around, go see the various places, etc. Think through if you want them to take our your windows
. I think they will remove the door, rock guard and all the lights
. Get new gaskets put in behind your lights
and any other place you have gaskets! The shop that did mine sand blasted and painted the rims, hitch, bumpers and undercarrage too. It looks really nice. I am taking my Little Darlin' to an Amish man near by to have a new spare tire cover and a A/C cover made. My camper is now creamy tan with black rims, hitch, frame and windows
. See below...
I got my '84U Haul painted in the fall
and had a major problem. The paint job is fine but my thriil has worn thing as the shop owner took off the vinyl cover for the center flange, where the two half join together, threw it away and can't find a replacement.... I have been on here looking and have found what i think will work. It is thru Scamp
, Bless that man. It comes in white and black. The trim in question goes from center bottom front to center bottom back so will be obvious. No tan available so I am thinking of black, getting some of the original U haul graphics and adding black graphics to help blend it all together. Sure wish some of you were closer for opinions.