Silver City Sign-off

Silver City 4WD owners and operators, the Oliver family, have been providing mechanical services to the Broken Hill community since 1989 but after three decades of dedication, it’s time for a change.

Formerly known as ARB Broken Hill, the Oliver family are leaving behind a legacy of quality and innovation in the mechanical industry having provided 4WD accessories, fittings, and mechanical services to this region’s residents for over 30 years.

A spokesperson for the Oliver family told us they’ve been proud stewards of the iconic establishment with their commitment to excellence made possible thanks to the trust and support of valued customers, partners, and their devoted team in Broken Hill.

“With a mix of nostalgia and anticipation, the Oliver family has announced the closure of their ARB store, which has been a staple on Crystal Street, Broken Hill.

With the closing of their Crystal Steet ARB store (pictured), Silver City 4WD will continue to provide mechanical services from their premises at 18 Gypsum St.

“This decision, though difficult, reflects the Olivers’ dedication to offering exceptional products and services while also maintaining a work-life balance,” said the spokesperson.

“Jonathan Oliver, the face of this three-decade legacy, extends his heartfelt gratitude to all those who have played a role in their remarkable journey.

“Loyal customers, collaborative partners, and dedicated staff have been the pillars of their success,” they said.

“The relationships formed along the way have been invaluable and have significantly contributed to the legacy of Silver City 4WD.

“The family would like to express their deep appreciation for the support and patronage of the community over the years.”

Silver City 4WD will continue to provide mechanical services during the transition from their premises at 18 Gypsum St.

The auction of their freehold building located at 40 Crystal St will take place at 12pm on November 18.

For further information, contact Jonathan Oliver on 08) 8087 9250.

The Barrier Truth would like to wish the Oliver family well with their future endeavours.

PICTURE: (L-R) The late Dennis Oliver, Julie Oliver and Jonathan Oliver at their Gypsum Street business. SUPPLIED

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