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Unread 10-31-2011, 08:21 AM   #1
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New Wagoneer owner needs help

I just bought a 1987 Grand Wagoneer as a birthday gift for my wife. We live close to DC. I need several things: (1) a good, general mechanic that I can rely on for help with my woody, (2) shoulder belts for the rear seat -- I can order them online, but would appreciate suggestions on the best place to take them to for installation, and (3) body/paint work -- I need to replace the right fender. Suggestions on good body shops? I can order a replacement fender, but what are the odds of finding woodgrain vinyl and molding anywhere? The best I could find was $725 for a full set.



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Unread 11-04-2011, 08:45 PM   #2
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My family uses Rockville Auto on Crabb Ave in Rockville, they're nice guys who wont try and screw you over. As far as body work, we've always used Kelley's Auto Body in Kensington, they do great work, but I've also never had a woody so I don't know what that entails and you might want to call around and talk to people about it.
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