We opened at this location on Monday, March 22, 1966, as a brand new Phillips 66 Service Station.
The Capital Beltway was still being built; the Braddock Road exit had just opened and Braddock was an undivided two-lane road.
The average price for a new home in Springfield was $23,300, First class stamps were 5¢, the average price for a new car was $2,650 and gasoline was 32 cents a gallon.
Phillips 66 is a largely unfamiliar name today in this area, operating primarily in the mid and southwest, but in 1967 it was the second company, after Texaco, to sell and market gasoline in all 50 states.
We are family owned and operated; serving four generations of families and friends throughout Springfield, Annandale, Fairfax and Burke.
A lot has changed in 52 years, but our commitment has remained the same: Whatever automotive service you need—we're here for you.
We are a Complete Automotive Service & Repair Station as well as an Authorized VA Safety & Emissions Inspection Station—Open 7 days-a-week.
Top Quality Rated for Over 30 Years
Checkbook Magazine annually evaluates over 500 area auto shops for quality and price, based on more than 19,000 ratings, surveying consumers, consumer-agency complaint records and more than 2,000 price checks and other sources.
In their most recent survey, we again received Checkbook's Top Rating for Quality, and a Price Comparision of 100.
We have continuously received Checkbook Magazine's Top Rating for Quality for over 30 years. Come in and see why.
We're looking forward to seeing you soon!
P: (703) 321-8280
8011 Braddock Rd
Springfield, VA 22151