Schafer's Auto Shop Inside

With the automotive business coming into the 21st century Schafer’s moved up to a full complete service repair center, ranging in everything from oil changes and tire repairs to full advanced diagnostics and engine repairs, as well as maintenance in every category, since opening the current location in 2002 the business has been at the forefront of the automotive repair field constantly changing and updating to meet the standards of today’s cars and although faces have changed, and people come and go this family owned and operated business is set out to achieve the best level of custom service and satisfaction possible.

Today the shop is home to 7 full access bays along with a full size heavy duty truck lift and expertly trained ASE master technicians to meet any and all issues of vehicles from yesterday today and of course tomorrow.

Meet our Team

Michael Schafer


Mike Schafer

Mike, who started in 1999 and has 18+ years experience, is the Manager. He is ASE master technician certified, State and Emissions certified.

Adam Kelsall

Auto Technician

Adam Kelsall from Schafer's Auto Center

Adam, who has 4+ years experience is an Auto Technician. He is currently going to technical school and working full time as a Technician.

Peter Alessandroni


Peter Alessandroni from Schafer's Auto Center

Peter is the Lead Tech and has 13 + years experience. He is a graduate of Wyotech Institute in 2005 and is State and Emissions certified as well as HVAC certified.

George Garber


George Garber from Schafer's Auto Center

George has 6+ years experience and is our customer exhaust guru! He graduated from Bucks County Technical Institute 2010 and is State and Emissions certified.

We’re Family Friendly!

Here are some shots of owner, Mike Schafer’s family!


Started in 1954 by Wilhelm Schafer, Schafer’s muffler and brake was started as a small repair garage in its original location on hunting park ave, rebuilding starters and alternators.

In the upcoming years Schafer’s would slowly but gradually expand in the field of automotive repair and by 1962 opened its first full service repair facility.

In 1975 Schafer's moved to their next location on Whitaker and Luzerne in the north Philadelphia area of Philadelphia.

Schafer’s would stay a small one location branch until 1990 when they purchased a second location in south Philadelphia in a shopping plaza at the corner of Delaware ave and tasker St. Together the two locations thrived in the fast moving and ever changing automotive field.

In 2002 Schafer’s made the decision to purchase an old truck repair facility on Columbus Blvd. and Snyder ave. with 8800 sq. feet the decision was made to close down the Whitaker and Luzerne location and combine the two into the new location.