Westside Detail Pros (WSDP) announced the launch of a full-service, eco-friendly auto detail center and carwash in the heart of downtown Beverly Hills this week
A grand opening was held Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony and the festivities conclude on Saturday, Oct. 19 with complementary food, drinks, and music.
in restoring and maintaining the delicate finish to the inside and out of your car, WSDP uses only the highest quality eco-friendly
products. Leather is deep cleaned and treated, leaving a soft non-oily
surface. Carpets are deep steamed, leaving them soft and residue free.
Glass is cleaned and polished, leaving a clear view of the road ahead.
Paint is cleaned, clayed, polished and protected, leaving a super-glossy
“We Angelenos are proud of our cars, which are not just a necessity but a part of our identity," said Julian Colker, owner and operator. "We’re judged by what we drive and even more so, how we take care of our cars, so we have a strong continuous desire to keep our cars looking great."
Colker added they felt there was a niche for a new type of car care
experience in Beverly Hills, one that provided value without wasting
"Our waterless wash is specifically formulated to not
scratch your paint by using a complex mix of oils and polymers that
surround and cling to the dirt, lifting it from the surface of the car
leaving it clean, shiny and protected," he said.
WSDP is located at the corner of North Crescent Drive and Little Santa Monica.
Julian’s grandfather, Jack
Colker, owned and operated the 76 Station there for more than 60 years until
his passing in 2012. Still managed by the Colker Family, the station is
known for its futuristic, sloping roof designed by famous architect
William Pereira in 1965, the man behind the LACMA and Transamerica
Pyramid in San Francisco. Today it remains one of the best examples of
Googie Architecture in all of Los Angeles.
is also a homecoming for Colker, who worked at the 76 Station, learning
the family business. After running various successful property and
restaurant ventures in downtown Los Angeles, he decided to return back
to his Westside roots. Growing up in Beverly Hills and attending Horace
Mann Elementary School and Beverly Hills High School, Colker has been a part
of the Westside community for more than 30 years.
“This new venture offers a exciting chance to continue our family’s ever-present commitment of quality customer service to the community and do our part to help save the environment for future generations,” Colker added.