So I just wanted to take this opportunity to show you these two amazing pictures of our coach as we are so very proud of how it all came out. (Yes, we know it has been six months.)
I know…I know…You can’t get enough of us talking about our coach. (Ok, so maybe you can.)
But then again, either can we. (Ok, so maybe we are “slightly” bias.)
When we had our coach built and thus painted, we had different Tiffin colors applied in a different order never used before. In fact one of the colors is usually used as a stripe color and we used it as a base color. (This made for it’s own issues…ah the memories.) Doing this was very nerving to say the least, as you really do not know how it would really look until it was done. After all, the rendering on paper is surely not the actual paint colors. So we needed to go on faith that what we came up with would all flow together and give us the desired result that we had envisioned in our heads. We even named it… “Solar Storm”.
Our Custom Colors for our 45LP Allegro Bus
We were very proud of the look in the end to say the least. But to get to that point it took a lot of work. We, and of course Tiffin, went above and beyond for our paint process to get our coach looking as good as it does. (And yes, paid for in end, as this was no small task. Please do not ask.)
When people see the coach in person, it seems as if they get lost in it. It truly looks like glass. But what really makes the coach stand out, and why they seem to keep looking as they walk by, is because of what it looks like at not only in different lights of the day, but also at different angles as you walk.
When it’s cloudy, the coach looks muted but yet still classy as such a Tiffin product should. It takes on a dark look. It’s different. It stands out. Which is what we were going for.
Now when the sun shines down on it or based on your angle of view and thus how the light hits it, it really comes alive and stands out.
So below I present to you two pictures. One of our coach when the sun was behind clouds and one when the sun was out, shining full on, and a slight change of angle.
Be amazed by what paint can do…
Same coach? You be the judge. :) At Sunrise or at sunset is the best time to view the coach in our humble opinion.
We truly thank the team at Tiffin who helped to make this happen. From not only the sales directors and reps, but also the management at the paint plant. (They surely had their reservations as to our choice and had to believe in us. After all, it is a Tiffin’s name on the coach.) But also of course to the employees who worked to make it happen. Thanks guys, and gals, we are still in awe over it. And Mr. Tiffin, we will never forget you walking up behind us as we admired the work and saying “That is one fine looking motor home.” But again, I think he also may be just “a little” bias.
Here is a quick one minute flyby video to see the Solar Storm paint taken at two different RV Resorts. Note how the stripes reveal themselves as you move by the coach. At some angles, the coach looks almost black.
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