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      10-25-2010, 10:31 PM   #1
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I need a professional detailer in Massachussets

Hello guys, I want to have detailed my alpine white 335. Any professional detailers that can do an A+ detail?
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      10-25-2010, 10:37 PM   #2
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Hello guys, I want to have detailed my alpine white 335. Any professional detailers that can do an A+ detail?
Hmmm... You have David of Street Dreams Detailing and Phil of Detailer's Domain both in the NJ/NY area but that might be a little far?
If you don't find a top-notch type of guy, please let me know in my "Cleanest 135i You'll Ever See" thread and I'll try to research and find out some of the best in the area for you. I'm sure I know of someone but it's just slipping my mind right now.
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Perhaps consider Rick Nelson at Wakefield? His place is called Unique Car Care or something. From what I've researched, his work is top notch and well-known in the NE region. I'm actually planning on arranging a group buy for his detail services as a winter prep since I missed the last group buy in the New England region forums. You can give him a call and talk to the guy first hand. Very enthusiastic about his work...seems to be a very detail oriented person.
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      10-26-2010, 01:10 AM   #5
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Perhaps consider Rick Nelson at Wakefield? His place is called Unique Car Care or something. From what I've researched, his work is top notch and well-known in the NE region. I'm actually planning on arranging a group buy for his detail services as a winter prep since I missed the last group buy in the New England region forums. You can give him a call and talk to the guy first hand. Very enthusiastic about his work...seems to be a very detail oriented person.
I want to go visit him one day. Maybe we can meet up and take the roadtrip to see his shop.
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Oh my... how could I forget Rick "RickRack" Nelson?!? Accolades from places that don't know a lot about proper detailing are one thing; the biggest reason in my eyes in how a guy like Rick is looked at is through other fellow detailers admire his work. Top notch guy with lots of experience and passion to handle clients with the most in-depth needs. If he can't handle your problems, I'd be hard to find someone that could.

If you get a chance to talk to him - tell him to start posting more often! I know he's been busy more and more, but tell him "all the fans miss your work."
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      10-29-2010, 10:35 PM   #7
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Oh my... how could I forget Rick "RickRack" Nelson?!? Accolades from places that don't know a lot about proper detailing are one thing; the biggest reason in my eyes in how a guy like Rick is looked at is through other fellow detailers admire his work. Top notch guy with lots of experience and passion to handle clients with the most in-depth needs. If he can't handle your problems, I'd be hard to find someone that could.

If you get a chance to talk to him - tell him to start posting more often! I know he's been busy more and more, but tell him "all the fans miss your work."
Thanks a lot for the info man! I wll give Unique Car Care a call!
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      10-29-2010, 11:41 PM   #8
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I'll also throw in a vote for Rick Nelson and Ryan Blanchette at Unique. They are phenomenal detailers!
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      10-30-2010, 01:09 PM   #9
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Go see Rick and Ryan. You won't be disappointed.

I've been meaning to get down to his shop and meet him in person also. If you guys end up going, let me know!
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