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What colour would YOU like a Motor Home?

Discussion in 'MOTORHOME CHAT' started by joner8888, Mar 7, 2013.

  1. joner8888

    joner8888 Funster

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    For years now all MH`s seem to be coloured the same old white--
    something to do with keeping heat out in summer.

    In a meet up ,it`s a sea of white:Eek!:

    I notice that RV`s usually have a colour scheme why not a MH.

    If you had a choice, what colour would you like yours to be?
  2. Taran_Las

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    White.:thumb:




    I'll get me coat .........


    Seriously I like the grey that Hymers are painted.
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  3. chockswahay

    chockswahay Funster

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    Metallic steel grey (on my new van this month) :BigGrin:
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  4. Jim

    Jim Ringleader Staff Member

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    Some RVs I've seen that have been "full paint" have looked terrible at just 4 years old, chips, flakes, ugly scratches. Though I should say the more expensive ones have the paint covered with a very hard clear finish which looks exceptionally durable. Our regular white sided vans stay nicer looking for longer.
  5. Taran_Las

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    Better than that yellow you have on your other 'van.:Wink:


    Soon...........very soon - I'm getting impatient for you:Laughing:
  6. chockswahay

    chockswahay Funster

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    LOL, that's true :Blush: I'm getting a little anxious now too............:Sad:
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  7. old-mo

    old-mo Funster - Life Member

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    I`d like this on mine....

    But would probably get some fool try to drive up me... :RollEyes::BigGrin:

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  8. 15edward

    15edward Funster

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    Anything but white! Currently blue
    looking at replacements I've even costed resprays to get partner to consider them!
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  9. busby

    busby Funster

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    My Autosleeper is deep red. Original colour. Makes a change and easy to find on site after a boozy night.
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  10. Taran_Las

    Taran_Las Funster

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    Mo, that's asking for trouble:cry:
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  11. joner8888

    joner8888 Funster

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    I am thinking of changing the colour scheme on my older Autotrail--
    It won`t cost me anything, it`s my job -- just got to decide what to go for.
    Too late once it`s sprayed and i don`t like it :Eeek:----Decisions---:cry:
  12. JOHNSTEY

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    One of the reasons we liked the style of our van was that it wasn't the ubiquitous white!:thumb:
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  13. stcyr

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  14. 15edward

    15edward Funster

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    You could do it again!!!
    I reckon if you post the results here you'll be respraying whites all the time!
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  15. old-mo

    old-mo Funster - Life Member

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    Do it sypathetically if you do spray it ....

    Think I would be a bit put off if I was looking for a change of van, and the one I was viewing had been painted out of the norm... :Smile:

    Just my opinion... :Wink:
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  16. chockswahay

    chockswahay Funster

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    One of the reasons we chose the 'neutral' colour was so that we would be less 'stand out' when wild camping :Wink:

    I like black, but it gets dirty quickly. Strangely enough I think white can stay 'clean' longer :Eek!:
  17. maz

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    A delicate shade of metallic turquoise with kingfisher go-faster decals.
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  18. beachcaster

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    White :) with simple smart minimal graphics

    Burstner.........and other have tried gold and silver........all it does it dates them.

    White has other practical benefits too

    barry
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  19. Bluemerle

    Bluemerle Funster

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    Mine is not white, 2 different shades of silvery grey, wiith a red stripe. It was like that when i bought it and as this was a cheapo exercise to see if i liked motorhoming, I can live with it!:Smile:
  20. Sidney

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    There was some wildlife bloke with an OBE on the recent caravanfinder TV programme. He had a bailey caravan (I think) that was made green at his request - that would blend in when wild camping. But I suspect many would think you carve wooden toadstools to pay for your cannabis :Rofl1:

    I don't like the bright dazzling white used by some of the European manufacturers as this seems to attract lots of those little flies.

    Regular white with subtle decals for me :thumb:
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