Slick Finish

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Slick Finish was a car detailing business located at 2317 6th Avenue South. It had previously been located at 2107 6th Avenue South.

The business was founded by Leonard Slick in 1976. It offered a variety of services including cleaning, restoration, and weather and dirt protection.

Slick found himself a witness in a lawsuit that went to the U.S. Supreme Court, BMW of North America, Inc. v. Gore, after Dr. Ira Gore brought his BMW to Slick Finish to be cleaned. It was Slick who discovered the car, which had been sold as brand new, had been repainted prior to purchase.

Upon Slick's death in 2012, the business passed to his daughter, Jenny. She was reluctantly forced to close it in June 2013.

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