Reliable Brake Service, St. Louis, Missouri

BRAKELIGHT: Reliable Brake Service, St. Louis, MO (Dec. 1965)

Reliable Brake Service in St. Louis, MOReliable Brake Service, is an institution in the Lindwood Park neighborhood. The two-foot tall letters on the front of the building have stood for more than 50 years and have outlasted two owners. In July 2015, the business was put up for sale due to the partial retirement of the current owner. For only $169,000, the building, equipment and customers can be yours.

 

Brakelight Dec 1965
Brake & Front End, December 1965

 

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