DAYTON, Ohio — Flying Ace Car Wash is taking over an older carwash building for its new business, according to the Dayton Business Journal.

The former inhabitant, Perfect Touch Car Wash, was a self-serve wash, but Flying Ace will feature a 130-foot automatic tunnel, said the article.

Three business partners formed Flying Ace Express Far Hills LLC, and purchased the land from Suncore LLC for $750,000, noted the article.

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Partner Dan Eisenhauer says in the article that the wash will employ people. Prices will range from five to ten dollars, and vacuums will also be available.

The carwash is expected to be completed by the end of the year, reported the article. The building will resemble an airplane hangar to reflect the city’s ties to aviation.

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