Oklahoma Car Showrooms & Dealerships (page 2)

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Buick Building
Oklahoma City, OK
This Buick Building was built in 1911. It was the first showroom built on Automobile Alley. It now houses RED Primesteak. [map]

Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City, OK
Both of these signs are recent additions to Automobile Alley.

This Buick dealership was built in 1927. The sign is a recreation of an earlier 24-foot-wide rooftop sign. It was built and installed in 2014. [map]

The Pontiac sign is located across the street. This sign appears to be vintage. It was installed here around 2012. This Pontiac dealership was built in 1928. [map]

Packard Building
Oklahoma City, OK
The Packard Building was built around 1925. The building was restored in 2013 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The sign is a replica. [map]

Markham Motor Company
Oklahoma City, OK
Bill Bull Motors
Muskogee, OK
The Markham Motor Company building is also located in the Automobile Alley district. It was built in 1920. [map]

I believe Bill Bull Motors was established in 1953. It closed around 2018. The building was vacant when this photo was taken in 2019. [map]

Garage Loft Apartments
Oklahoma City, OK
Jess Wales Chevrolet [gone]
Shattuck, OK
The Garage Loft Apartments building was built around 1930. It originally housed the Norton-Johnson Buick Company. In 1995, the building was renovated and converted for residential use. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [map]

The Jess Wales Chevrolet showroom was probably built in the 1940s. This photo is from 2011. By 2014, the building was completely covered with modern Chevrolet panels. It still houses Jess Wales Chevrolet. [map]

former showroom?
Enid, OK
This vacant building appears to be a former showroom, probably built in the 1940s. Does anyone know the history of the building? [map]

DeSoto and Plymouth showroom
Pond Creek, OK
This former DeSoto and Plymouth showroom was probably built in the 1920s. The ghost sign on the side of the building was repainted around 2020. The building now houses the Foggy Daze Dispensary, selling medical cannabis. For more, see this website. [map]

Jensen's of Fairview
Fairview, OK
Jensen's of Fairview was established in 1931 as a Case tractor dealership. Jensen's began selling Buick, Pontiac, and GMC in the 1960s so those signs must have been added to the building then. I don't know when the Jensen's sign was built but the building might have been built or remodeled in the 1940s. These photos are from 2011. In 2012, the Case Eagle statue was stolen. [map]

More Oklahoma Car Showrooms & Dealerships:
former Chevrolet dealership (Boise City) [map]
Hedlund Motor Co. (Elk City)
Vance Ford (Miami)

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