This RV was in a booth getting ready for some kind of paint. It may have been clear coating.
These ladies appeared to be doing some inspection of the paint and putting on yellow masking tape where there were problems.
These guys in space suits are doing actual painting. We were able to see them through the window in the booth.
This RV has just finished up in the "Super Clear Coat" booth.
Here is a rig all taped up and ready to go in to get the base coat. From what I understood, the base coat is always white.
This is another rig being inspected.
Hard to see these guys painting. It appeared that there was a lot of spray in the air, but I think that was just on the window I was looking through.
Here some workers are applying tape for the next set of stripes to be painted.
It appeared that there was some stripes being laid out on this rig.
Here is one that is getting ready for painting a level of stripes.
We were warned by the guard that there could be a lot of fumes in the air. But there weren't really...and I suspect the reason is these huge pipes that pull air out of the booths and send it outside.
I overheard one worker scheduling the above rig for clear coating. Fairly intricate art work on these.
For an extra few thousand dollars, they will continue the stripes on your slide walls too! We didn't see the need for this option.
This bay was prepped to receive a coach and as we were walking away, one drove right in and they closed the doors.