Weber Brothers Auto was established in 1980 by two brothers, Eugene and Carl Weber as a modest body shop in Reinholds, Pennsylvania. In addition to body and paint work, the brothers also rebuilt Volvos and other cars. Eventually a small inventory of engines, transmissions, and other parts began to accumulate. In 1987 the company shifted gears to selling used auto parts and moved into a small warehouse in Stevens, PA. Eugene and Carl worked hard to maintain a clean and organized business specializing in foreign car parts. In 1993, the company continued to grow by selling domestic car parts and adding a second location in Lebanon, PA. In 1997 the Lebanon location added a brand new building which included a modern dismantling facility, warehouse, and several offices. To increase efficiency, the entire business consolidated to the Lebanon location.
Today, Weber Bros Auto is still a family owned and operated business nationally recognized for BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Jaguar and other high end car parts. A full line of Asian, European, and Domestic car parts are now available. In 2005 Weber Bros Auto continues to drive forward by offering parts for light, medium and heavy duty trucks including Dodge, Ford, GM, International, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, and Workhorse.