Pullin in this morning there’s a different sight That’s a perfectly kept 20 year ols Prevost stopping by to check and change out one of their Fire Fight Products fire suppression systems. Funny thing about those machines, yes it’s the older style riveted body with no slides… actualy value is @ $200,000 but they still value their fire suppression system we had installed to keep it all up to date. Spend $150 to have it all checked out and are safe. Guys, in many ways our classic… rare… GMC’s have at least that much value… at least they should to you! Try and replace what you have….. Giys really, not just because I own the company but…. Fire suppression in your coach… Isn’t your coach worth saving, 5% of a $20,000 valued motorhome can protect YOU and your baby….. is that really elective? Spend $100 to give you a fighting chance to get away from it while it burns to the ground? We sell less to the GMC community and more to the rest of the RV community…. kinda hurts me….. whatever it’s a law of averages thing I know… I’m just not that much of a gambler…. never have bought a lottery ticket and believe like the Boy Scout Motto “Be Prepared”. Nuff said… www.firefightproducts.com
With Nic’s “Sundae” back in the main building after getting his drive train in we have the brown on his body now touched up and blended. There was a huge divet just below right of the bedroom window… our wizards of blending I think did a great job and the awning you see in the lower left of the pic is Nic’s, the scaffolds are set and his full length Zip Dee awning will go on first thing Wiggled the camera…. which brings up my new cell phone…. this ^%$#@&*((^%^%%% thing will not talk to my Photoshop program…. Hans help…. Dropped ole Faithful… screen cracked and that was it… hey but it still takes pics! It took these! I’m sure we’ll figure it out today so lets say a fond farewell to my old Droid….
Still good pics here are the insides of Fandango’s front hoods . This color calls for a black primer before the base to get the color… whoda thunk . Oops, that pic is in the %$#@%^&*&*(( camera… I’ll show it when these machines start talking to eachother…
Got Andy T. Onan generator cleaned up, compartment insulated, battery floor replaced and it all back in. The sanding is getting to the final touches in getting all that defective paint off Andy’s coach If you look closely yout can see the black & baby blue paint holding tight to yhr corners and edges… all that will have to be hand sanded… no machine can cut that crap out The white is bare plastic, the dull color is the crap primer the paint didn’t stick to and the shiney black, pinstripes (tape) and the baby blue is the crap that still needs to be sanded out…. man, what a tedious job!
Nathan is in now from dropping his daughter at school, he’s got the lights on now…. I need to organize my day and get it on. We’re doing accessories on Cedric’s “Ruby”… this red needed a base color red primer before the base red color… Hey, it’s gotta be “Ruby Red”…. right? OK, Jared is here now too so I can’t hide behind the lap top anymore. The day is on with great expectations…. talk to ya tomorrow and maybe on Patreon if I can break free….. see ya.