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Covert Collision

Our Shop

The Covert Collision Center is Austin’s premiere body and paint shop.  With significant investments in both our facility and our equipment all to insure we get your vehicle back to its pre-accident condition.

  • I-CAR Gold Class Certified
  • Cadillac Aluminum Certified
  • 30,000 square foot facility
  • Twenty-eight production stalls
  • Six Car-O-Liner frame machines
  • Segregated aluminum repair facility
  • Three Garmat water-borne paint booths supported by BASF
  • Comfortable customer lounge

The Covert Collision Team

Debbie Castillo, General Manager
George Aleman, Production Manager
Manuel Colunga, Estimator
Monica Castillo, Estimator
Roy Briceno, Estimator

Sonya Chandler, Estimator

The Covert Auto Group

In 1909, Frank M. Covert, Sr., a real estate and insurance businessman opened the first automobile dealership in Central Texas. Three years later, his son, Clarence Covert, Sr., joined him to form the Austin Buick Sales Company, which became the foundation for Covert Buick, Inc., the oldest Buick dealership in Texas today.

Frank M. Covert Sr. was succeeded in the business by his two sons, Frank Covert Jr. and Clarence Covert Sr. Frank Covert, Jr. had one son, Dr. Frank M. Covert III, who chose not to join the family business and instead became a surgeon. He is now retired from the practice of medicine and resides in Austin. Clarence Covert, Sr. had three sons, Dan Covert, Clarence Covert, Jr. and George H. Covert, all of whom became active in the business between 1936 and 1981 as third-generation owners.

The Covert Auto Group is currently comprised of the following dealerships serving Central Texas with sales and service – Covert Buick GMC in Austin,  Covert Cadillac in Austin, Covert Ford Lincoln in Austin, Covert Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Austin, Covert Ford Chevrolet in Hutto and Covert Chevrolet Buick GMC in Bastrop and the Covert Collision Center.

Besides its long tradition of support for local charitable organizations, the Covert family has also contributed to the permanent heritage of the Austin community by donating the land at Mt. Bonnell to Travis County in 1938 as a park to be enjoyed by citizens and visitors alike. The Covert family also played an important role in restoring the Carrington/Covert House, a large limestone home where the family resided from 1903 to 1936, located at 1511 Colorado Street in Austin. This restored home currently serves as headquarters for the Texas Historical Commission. 

Our Goal is to Get You Back
on the road Safely.

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