Quality Auto Body, in Fairfax...ask for Chris.
I don't know if Wagonworks has a waiting list, but they tend to be very busy. I provided their number in an earlier post, call and see if they have a wait. If you want the paint to match exactly and the bumper to fit perfectly they are your guys (and they are no hassle and they are very aware of how demanding some car enthusiasts are). Good luck.
But like always with body work...check it out when you get it back. My mom had work done on her Mercedes there and it was a good job, except for the foglight mount was still bent and wasn't sitting flush with the bumper like it was supposed to. Other than that, I've heard nothing but great things about them, and the work I've seen is great (minus the foglight issue).
I just got my Audi back from them last week. Did a great job and was absolutely amazed by the customer service. Don't find that kind of treatment everywhere. They gave me some good information on how to handle the insurance company as they were delaying the repair of the car.
Had a chat with the folks there and got a tour of the shop. Pretty impressive. So I am told they have now split the shop. The one on Rt1 handles the VW, Audi, etc while the new shop near Del Rey Glass handles the big stuff like Porsche, Mercedes, etc. Evidently this has drastically reduced their backlog down to 1-2wks. I would call ahead though to check. They got my car in within 1 week which was pretty impressive.
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I like Precision in Manassas, and I live in Arl. Ask for Pete Peturssen -- he's straight up and way into getting it right. I've been there twice, and they've done right by me both times. Have heard good things about Wagonworks as well (they sent me to Precision when they were booked up).