Three generations of Hacklemans
Hackleman Auto Collision Repair was started in 1962 by Ward and Diana Hackleman. Ward had a strong passion for working on cars and rebuilding them. In the year of 1962 he left his factory job and made his dream a reality. Hackleman Auto Collision Repair began in Whitestown in a small building. It continued on in this location until 1973. In 1973 Ward who had his 3 sons John, Ron, and Brad working with him decided they needed more space. In 1973 Ward and Diana purchased the building that housed Edwards Buick in downtown Danville. Originally built as Danville's Interurban station, this historic building is still a Hackleman Auto Collision Repair facility.
John Hackleman and his wife Suzie purchased the business from Ward and Diana in 1994. In 2007 Hackleman Auto Collision Repair again has decided that we need more space. As of April of this year we have expanded to 2 facilities. We have our original shop that is still located in downtown Danville, and a new shop located on the southeast corner of S.R. 267 and U.S. 36, across the street from the FrostBite in Avon. A third generation of Hacklemans has now joined the business with Neil managing the Danville shop and J.R. running the shop in Avon.
Through the years Hackleman Auto has developed a reputation for high quality worksmanship, fair pricing, and a willingness to work with the customer and the insurance provider to provide a fast, painless resolution to the repair process. Our skilled employees, continuous training and modern equipment give us a unique ability to provide personal, professional service to our customers. When you get your car repaired at Hackleman Auto Collision Repair you will be dealing with a person who's name is on the front of the building and we really care that you are satisfied with your car's repair. Furthermore we back that repair with a lifetime waranty.