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Texas Car Showrooms & Dealerships (page 2)

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W.O. Speck Building
Plainview, TX
The W.O. Speck Building was constructed in 1947. In the 1920s, the company was selling REO cars and trucks. [map]

former Buick showroom
Galveston, TX
This former Buick showroom was designed by Ben Milam and built in 1950 for Pennington Buick. The building has been significantly remodeled and was used for retail space. These photos are from 2011. By 2016, the building was housing Island Automotive. For more, see this website. [map]

former Buick showroom
Vernon, TX
This former Buick showroom now houses Jimmy's Body Shop and Barbed Wire & Roses. [map]

former showroom
Kilgore, TX
This former showroom housed Terry Ford in the mid-1960s. By the late 1960s, the building houses Dusty Rhodes Ford. Later, the building houses a dress shop. It now houses Nardis Public Safety. [map]

former showroom
Kilgore, TX
This former showroom housed Center Chevrolet from at least the early 1960s. The building is probably from the 1950s. From 1966-1979, the building houses Ringler Chevrolet. The building housed the Office Center when this photo was taken in 2011. By 2013, the building was housing ETEX Motors Accessories. [map]

Abell Chevrolet Co.
Ralls, TX
The Abell Chevrolet Co. building has been vacant for many years. Abell Chevrolet was established in 1936. [map]

Nall Nash Motor Co.
Tyler, TX
The Nall Nash Motor Co. dealership was built in 1948. It later served as a Volvo dealership. The building was vacant when these photos were taken in 2011. In 2012, "The Fix Shop" had moved into the building. [map]

J.P. "Punk" McNatt Motor Co.
Greenville, TX
The J.P. "Punk" McNatt Motor Co. showroom is now used as a furniture store and costume shop. It was probably built in the 1930s or 1940s. [map]

Glosserman Chevrolet Buick
Lockhart, TX

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The Glosserman Chevrolet Buick building appears to be from the 1940s. In 2006, the dealership was still open. By 2008, the building was vacant. The building now houses an auto parts store which has assumed part of the name as the Glosserman Auto Center. [map]

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