Good local places for Detailing/body work?
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    Good local places for Detailing/body work?

    So I live in Fairfax, VA and am in need of a good shop to get some work done. First, I have a huge scratch on my trunk from some A-hole's keys a few months back. I did a half-ass job with the touch-up paint but I don't have the equipment/knowhow to attempt to get it out. I have asked a couple people and they said it would probably be like $200 to get it fixed. It's in the paint (a guy tried to buff it out) and about 1.5-2 feet long. I also have some sap that has appeared to have dried and baked on my hood scoop .

    So where are some good places to get it detailed/repainted in the Fairfax/DC area? I saw a commercial for http://www.ziebart.us/ but dont' know anything about them.
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    aaaaaaanybody? bump
    2006 Black STI - stock
    Quote Originally Posted by scoob
    Musty-stanks suck. You don't need a spoiler like the STI's in a musty-stank, just open the window and let your mullet produce the downforce.

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    A bit out of your way but in Ashland, Va there is a place called Beautiful Bodies. I had a trunk paint matched and they did a terrific job on it. I couldn't find one blemish in the paint work that they did. Brand new facility with down draft booth and heat treatment. The staff was extremely trustworthy and kind. Don't have the number off hand but you can give them a call and find out details for yourself. This place was recommended to me by a car nut and I will pass it on as I enjoyed their service as well.

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    Anybody else? NoVA area?
    2006 Black STI - stock
    Quote Originally Posted by scoob
    Musty-stanks suck. You don't need a spoiler like the STI's in a musty-stank, just open the window and let your mullet produce the downforce.

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