The insurance company was quick to give us the OK to begin repairing this Class C motorhome. The tear-down went quickly and the right frame rail has already been replaced. Parts have been ordered and should be arriving today and tomorrow. Body and Paint are a totally different set of skills than that of mechanical and engine work. This is a big job that also requires expert project management skills to keep everything on schedule and efficiently completed on time. We’ve been doing collision repair jobs like this for many years and expect to quickly return this Winnebago to it’s original beauty and functionality. Stay tuned for more updates.
This week we’re cleaning up the bodywork on this nice Winnebago and getting it ready for paint. It looks like it got stuck in a tight place and then took on some damage on the way out, which is easy to do with some of those beautiful camping sights found across the USA. We’ve also got a bunch of other jobs and projects in process that need to be finished up in time for their owners to drive away by this Friday.
This late model Class A has seen a lot of good times and a fair share of miles on the road. The passenger’s floor was sinking down over the front wheel and the problem was also making some unusual noises. A quick inspection found a metal cross member had cracked off the chassis. We’re finishing up a fabrication that is much more stronger that before. The floor has now returned to its original upright position and the near by body parts also mount and fit together correctly. Give us a call today where the experts at Almaden RV can bring life back to your motorhome.