In 1972, Mark and Mary Weaver opened their first auto parts store in Portage Wisconsin. From the beginning Weaver Auto Parts has strived to supply everything needed for complete auto repair, and a machine shop, all while having very competitive prices. In 40 years Weaver Auto Parts, has expanded to include 17 outlets and an 84,000 square foot warehouse (including 4,000 sq. ft. of office space and four loading docks) in Sauk City. If youre into auto repair, Leave it to Weaver. .
Weaver Auto Parts employs approx. 130 people in the following locations throughout Southern Wisconsin: Portage, Sauk City, Randolph, Westfield, Madison North & West, Waunakee, Mt. Horeb, Pardeeville, Cross Plains, Middleton, New Glarus, Dodgeville, Oregon, Baraboo, Wautoma and Reedsburg. In almost every Weaver Auto Parts location, the store manager is part owner. The store manager position is earned by working and learning the business from the ground up. This allows them to be rich in auto repair knowledge
Along with people power, Weaver Auto Parts houses a state-of-the-art Triad computer system. This system links all locations and the warehouse through phone lines. This allows accessibility to the inventory of any Weaver Auto Parts location making complete auto repair easier than ever.
In addition to auto parts, Weaver offers three large machine shops which can handle any machining job. These shops are located in Sauk City, Portage and Madison West. Light machine work such as rotor, drum, flywheel grinding; radiator repair and press work is also done in most all Weaver Auto Parts locations. If you run an auto repair shop or just enjoy laboring on your own car we can help you find what you need.
To bring it all together Weaver Auto Parts has six inter store trucks running daily, Monday thru Friday. Each store is fed a minimum of twice daily. This ensures Weaver customers will always have the parts they need when they are elbow deep in auto repair. You are our top priority and we are proud to be a reliable source for local auto repair. Leave it to Weaver!