Motoreum in Austin, TX

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Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(512) 687-4007
Address:10202 N FM 620 N, Austin, TX, 78726
  • Monday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thursday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Motoreum

Albert E. | 2014-04-22

How can i give less than 1 star.  Bottom line is if your looking for a classic car and a professional transaction then you want to steer clear of this business!!!

Antonio is not a professional.  His office does not return phone calls.  They are hardly a professional outfit.

Three weeks ago I had a transaction for a truck with a production company in which Motoreum was only a storage facility and i am still having problems with Motoreum.

After I purchased the vehicle from the production company I contacted Motoreum on several occasions about finding a transport company to have my truck transported to California.  I didn't think there would be any issues since this was something they agreed to do for the production company.

I have to say that Lindsay at Motoreum was helpful and tried to provide information about having my truck shipped for a week or so.  Finally, it shipped last week and I got the truck in good condition yesterday.

Here's where it gets weird....

I had been asking Motoreum to send me the title because the production company had left it with the truck when it was at Motoreum.  Again working with Lindsay who tried to be helpful but unfortunately she isn't the one in charge.  Finally yesterday I was told by Lindsay's boss, Antonio that he would be holding my title hostage until the production company pays him for his storage fees and other miscellaneous costs incurred.  I explained that my transaction had nothing to do with his bill to the production company. I STILL DON'T HAVE MY TITLE, I GUESS WE WILL WAIT AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS NEXT. I have contacted the Texas DMV for assistance and today they said they would get to the bottom of this, seems since he doesnt have a mechanic's lien against my truck then he cant hold the title.  He actually didn't do any business with me so then again he shouldn't hold my title.

Antonio is not a businessman, he doesn't return phone calls, he doesn't treat any potential customers properly and by the way he has conducted himself with me I surely wouldn't  trust the condition of any vehicles he sells.


Michael L. | 2013-12-18

I bought a 914 from these guys for $3,800 because of wheels on it that, according to Bobby, their main salesman, "...were alone worth almost as much as the asking price of the vehicle".

Well, my bad, agreed, for not having him guarantee me that the wheels were original Fuchs and / or prove it, but nevertheless, when it turns out that the wheels are copies and brand new worth only $100 apiece, at least $2,000 less than what we were led to believe they were actually worth, as a set of these wheels would cost IF they WERE real Fuchs, then an honest dealership would take responsability for the misinformation, upon which my decision to purchase the car was all but SOLELY based.

Unfortunately, they wanted to take ZERO reaponsability for the misinformation and their false assumption which I made the mistake of adopting and takingon good faith and I got stuck with a car that I would never have bought for more than $2,500 instead of the $3,800 I paid.

Lesson: don't trust, don't assume, get it in writing and / or have EVERYTHING checked first. That's what I wish I had done. On a different note, Bobby was reachable and decent on the phone. The decision to not rebate me was supposedly made by his "manager".

If it were my business, I would have been fair about it. They however value money in the pocket more than what's right or wrong, or fair, or their reputation for that matter. I do not respect that way of doing business at all.

Live and learn.

Mike in Munich

Matt W. | 2013-11-03

Don't get me wrong, this place has a lot of cars, but they don't look as if they are well taken care of, or remotely original. Plus, IMO, they are going after people that have no idea what the value of "classic" car are worth.


When I stopped by, there was a 1969 Shelby gt350 on the floor. It had been obviously repainted, and not in any of the original color schemes. Plus it was an extremely poor paint job. Non matching engine and chassis, wrong engine, basically a poor executed attempt of a retro-mod. They were asking $120,000....your joking? Even when I started pointing out the discrepancies to the sales person, he told me they sell cars like these at said price all the time, and I did not know what I was talking about. The sad thing is that someone will probably buy that car for that price, and not bat an eye. Well I feel for that poor bastard, and hope they reconsider before hopping into that Frankenstein crap heap.

This may be one example, but the theme is consistent with many of the units on the lot.

All I'm saying is please examine any car you may potentially buy here, have a mechanic come out to inspect it, and have another party appraise it. Please be an educated consumer!

I am giving the Motoreum 1 star because I believe they are knowingly selling unsuspecting buyers bullshit cars with no regard to quality or service. Essentially I'm calling them con artists.

Ron W. | 2013-06-12

I've contacted these guys four times... Nothing! Have stopped in and still nothing. Y'all can keep your bondo mobiles....  Consider treating people well, it goes along way!