|Georgia Car Showrooms & Dealerships|
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|former Ford showroom
|This former Ford showroom was built in 1897. Ford was not the original occupant of this building. Does anyone know what the original purpose of this building was or when Ford moved in and out? [map]|
|This unknown building is now occupied by Custom Signs Today. This buildings looks like it might have been built as a car showroom. There was another identical building on the same lot at one time. Does anyone know the history of this building? [map]|
|Frank Andrews Chevrolet
|I believe Frank Andrews Chevrolet had been here since the 1960s. The building looks older than that. The presence of the logo on the building leads me to believe that there was another Chevrolet dealer here before them. This photo is from 2009. By 2014, the building was occupied by the Dublin Auto Outlet. The Chevrolet logo had been covered up. [map]|
|Marietta Dodge Jeep
|The Marietta Dodge Jeep showroom was built in the late 1960s. This is one of several red and white round Dodge showrooms that remain. The buildings were known as "Dodge Domes". Dodge built many of these buildings. However, I believe the only other remaining example was in Galesburg, IL. That building was demolished in 2015. This showroom in Marietta was vacant in 2009 when this photo was taken. In 2014, the building was housing Georgia Luxury Cars. [map]|
More Georgia Dealerships & Showrooms:
former Cothern-Varnadore Chevrolet (Baxley)
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