Texas Car Showrooms & Dealerships (page 2)

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Charles Clark Chevrolet
McAllen, TX
Charles Clark Chevrolet was established in 1933 as Carpenter Chevrolet. This building was built at that time and has housed the dealership since then. The company was renamed after Charles Clark in 1955. [map]

Knapp Chevrolet
Houston, TX


The Knapp Chevrolet showroom was built in 1941. In 2014, the left side of the building was covered with modern Chevrolet's silver panels and the signs were changed. For more, see this website. [map]

Mitchell Motors Dodge [gone]
San Antonio, TX
This Mitchell Motors Dodge showroom was built in 1949. A neon Dodge sign was installed on the building's pylon. The building had been vacant for many years before being demolished in 2009. For more, see this website.

former Cadillac showroom
San Antonio, TX
This former Cadillac showroom was built in 1927. The building is also known as the "Goad-Riata Cadillac Company" and the "Goad Motor Company Building". Around 1999, it was converted into the "Cadillac Lofts" with residential lofts and architects' offices on the ground floor. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [map]

Packard Building
San Antonio, TX
This Packard Building was built in 1929. I believe there was a showroom on the ground floor. The building was renovated in 2004 and is now used for medical offices. [map]

San Antonio Overland Company
San Antonio, TX
The San Antonio Overland Company dealership was built in 1926. Soon after moving into the building, the name was changed to Willys-Knight-Overland Company, producing cars by the same name. The Poe Motor Company occupied the building the longest, from 1938-1955. The building is, therefore, usually referred to by that name. The building was being renovated when this photo was taken in 2018. For more, see this website. [map]

former showroom
San Antonio, TX
This former showroom was built in 1929 for Leppard Motors Co. The company sold Willys-Knight and Whippet cars. It remained in operation through at least 1941. In the 1950s, the building housed Leppard Lumber Co. It now houses Joanna's Crafts & More. [map]

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