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Old 04-28-2013, 09:37 PM   #1
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For Sale: Sunline Spray Paint

I must say, it's rare that I ever sell anything Sunline. In fact, besides a whole trailer, this might be the first time.

I got these from my local dealer about 8 or 9 years ago because they were clearancing low selling/obsolete inventory and I figured I might need them some day. Well, I don't expect to own a Sunline from this age range in the nearer future, and I'd hate to keep the paint around just to find out it went bad by the time I need it.

So I'm offering it here in case there's anyone that needs it. I may decide to keep a can of each color just to have, but I certainly don't need this many.

The gray color should match 1990-92 Sunline trailers and fifth wheels. The color will specifically match the color of the lower skirt metal, and it will probably match the frame, entry steps, and rear bumper.

The charcoal color should match 1993-95 Sunline trailers and fifth wheels. It will match the skirt metal. I believe the frame, entry steps, and bumper was originally a gloss black here though.

I also have a tan paint that I used on my '86 1550, but the paint wasn't a real close match. It was a bit darker, but it was the closest I could find at the store. It sure beat having a polar white water heater door though. This isn't official Sunline paint, but I figured I'd throw it up here in case anyone would want it.

I have four (4) cans of the Sunline Grey paint, three (3) cans of the Sunline Charcoal paint, and 1.5 cans of the store-bought tan paint.

I did just try one of the Sunline paints and it works, so the paint is not dried up.









If you're interested, please contact me.
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