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A number of auto dealership, auto service, and auto repair shop buildings are notable. A number of these are listed on historic registers, including some in the United States whose notability is documented by their listing the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). Many auto dealership showroom buildings also include auto servicing areas. This list is intended to include all notable showroom buildings, with or without associated auto service or auto repair facilities, and to include independent auto service or repair facilities.
Buildings which are primarily filling stations and only secondarily include an auto service bay are covered in List of historic filling stations, instead. as These include places known as "service stations" in the U.S.
|Muscats Motors||1945 built
||Gżira||Streamline Moderne style|
United Arab Emirates
|1901 McGee Street Automotive Service Building||1912 built
|1901-1907 McGee St.
||Kansas City, Missouri||Early Commercial style|
|ABC Auto Sales and Investment Company Building||1927 built
|3509-27 Page Blvd.
||St. Louis, Missouri|
|Al's Motors||1948 built
|3910 Wilson Blvd.
|America's Packard Museum||1917 built||Dayton, Ohio||Originally a Packard dealership, now an automotive museum.|
|Atlantic Motor Company||1919 built
|1840 W. Broad St.||Richmond, Virginia||Classical Revival-style auto showroom building designed by Albert F. Huntt and Bascom J. Rowlett.|
|Auto Rest Garage||1917 built
|925–935 SW 10th Avenue
||Portland, Oregon||Early Commercial-style building, designed by Jacobberger & Smith to serve as a showroom for Stutz and Columbia automobiles.|
|Berwyn Route 66 Museum||7003 W. Ogden Avenue
||Berwyn, Illinois||In a former Anderson Ford dealership building, repurposed in 2012.|
|Blacksburg Motor Company, Inc.||1924 built
|400 S. Main St.
|Blankinship Motor Company Building||1940 built
|120 E. Cypress St.
|Bohn Motor Company Automobile Dealership||1925 built
|2700 S. Broad
||New Orleans, Louisiana||Italianate building designed by architect Emile Weil|
|Buick Automobile Company Building||1907 built
|216 Admiral Blvd.||Kansas City, Missouri|
|Cadillac Automobile Company Building||1919 built
|3224 Locust St.||St. Louis, Missouri|
|Casa de cadillac||1949||14401 Ventura Boulevard
||Sherman Oaks, California||Googie architecture building used by Cadillac-Buick-GMC dealership firm since 1949|
|Cass Motor Sales||1928 built
|5800 Cass Avenue
||Detroit, Michigan||Designed by Charles N. Agree in Art Deco style|
|Claremore Auto Dealership||1930 built
|625 W. Will Rogers Blvd.
||Claremore, Oklahoma||On U.S. Route 66. Auto dealership, built in Art Deco style, appears to have been demolished.|
|Clemens Automobile Company Building||1916 built
|200 10th St.
||Des Moines, Iowa|
|Colman Automotive Building||1915-16 built
|401 E. Pine St.
||Seattle, Washington||Car dealership for Stanley Steamer and other brands. Designed by Seattle architects Webster & Ford.|
|H Street Playhouse||1928 built
|1365 H Street, N.E.||Washington, D.C.||Romanesque Revival-styled. Served as auto sales dealership building, is now a theatre.|
|Howard Motor Company Building||1927 built
|1285 E. Colorado Blvd.
|Hupmobile Building||1917 built
|2523 Farnam Street
||Omaha, Nebraska||Auto dealership and service center.|
|Jennings Ford Automobile Dealership||1919 built
|431 S. Fourth St.
|Jones Motor Company||1939 built
|3222 Central Avenue SE
||Albuquerque, New Mexico|
|Kindel Building||1928 built
|1095 E. Colorado Blvd.
||Pasadena, California||Italian Renaissance Revival-style.|
|Maxwell-Briscoe Automobile Company Showroom||1909 built
|1737 S. Michigan Ave.
||Chicago, Illinois||Part of Chicago's Motor Row|
|Packard Motor Car Showroom and Storage Facility||1927 built
|1325 Main St.
||Buffalo, New York||Designed by Albert Kahn in Classical Revival style|
|Packard Motor Corporation Building||1911 built
|317–321 N. Broad St.
||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Chicago-style skyscraper designed by Albert Kahn|
|Pence Automobile Company Building||1909 built
|800 Hennepin Ave.
||Minneapolis, Minnesota||Classical Revival|
|Stuber–Stone Building||1916 built
|4221–4229 Cass Avenue
|Studebaker Building||1925 built
|St. Petersburg, Florida|
|Washington Talking Book & Braille Library||2021 Ninth Avenue (at corner of Lenora Street)||Seattle, Washington||Streamline Moderne-style, designed by Naramore, Bain, Brady, and Johanson. Formerly a Dodge dealership, renovated in 1997 to become a library.|
|Willys-Overland Building||1917 built
|2300 Locust St.
||St. Louis, Missouri||Commercial Classical Revival|
|Young Brothers Chevrolet Garage||1912 built
|201 Pennsylvania St.
||Chinook, Montana||Mission/Spanish Revival in style.|
|Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum||100 East Cross Street
||Ypsilanti, Michigan||Former Dodge dealership building.|
Under construction/To be added:
- more items from "wt:NRHP#Gas station drive"
- perhaps a few from List of historic filling stations
- List of historic filling stations, including some with service bays / garages / repair shops, and many known as "service stations".
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- Carscoops, World's Largest BMW Showroom Opens in Abu Dhabi, Best Selling Model in the M.E. is the 7-Series, 2012.
- Marty McFly (January 9, 2013). "Casa de Cadillac Completes Sensitive Renovation".