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You'll need to do your own research & check references, but to get started.. go to your preferred film supplier website, search for a film dealer by location (state, city or zip) and start calling. For me (I have xpel.com), I found my dealer by searching for installer on xpel's site, then looked up the installer's credentials. I picked my installer as they're the only 3M authorized installation trainer in S. FL and also moves the most inventory (meaning they sell (and I assumed installed) more films than other installers in this area). I then called them up, visited their shop to asked for pictures and references. It just so happens they had a Diablo getting film installed. So, that was pretty good sign. The shop is very clean and installer had good lighting to work from. While I was at the shop, I just shoot the sh!t with the installer to get a feel of his attitude, what if I have problems after install, etc.

You can also check with local high-end body shops or your dealer to see who they use. Though, if you ask your sales guy, s/he may say they sell the service (@ a premium). HTH.

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I've had the 3M clear bra on my Jeep hood since 1995 and can highly recommend it. No yellowing, no peeling. I'd give it a 10 out of 10. Decided not to put it on the Boxster because I was going way over budget getting the S. Probably should have.....

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Thanks for the suggestions. I found a great shop in Portland and had one installed yesterday - outstanding work. Apex Restoration in Beaverton, Oregon is excellent.

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