Stephanou's Liberty Service Center offers auto repair services to Drexel Hill, PA

Looking for an auto repair estimate for parts or service in Drexel Hill, PA? Since 1981, Stephanou's Liberty Service Center has been delivering professional and competitively priced auto repair to the Drexel Hill area.

Today, people want to hold on to their older cars or trucks longer, and we understand. That's why we provide preventative maintenance like oil changes and other typical services including Alignment, Brakes, Car & Truck Care, Domestic Cars & Trucks, Electrical Services, Electronic Services, Engine & Transmission, Engine Maintenance, General Services, Heating and Cooling Services, Import Cars & Trucks, Inspections and Emissions, Miscellaneous Services, Quick Lube Services, Tires, Towing, Transmission Services and Undercar Services that older vehicles often need.

Trust Stephanou's Liberty Service Center, where we understand what you are looking for in auto repair. At our shop, customer satisfaction is the ultimate goal!


Drexel Hill Places of Interest

Drexel Hill is in Delaware County, in the Philadelphia-Camden metro area.

Lower Swedish CabinSwedish Log Cabin
Lower Swedish Cabin is a historic Swedish-style log cabin on Creek Road in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania along Darby Creek. The cabin may be one of the oldest log cabins in the United States.







Museum of Mourning ArtMuseum of Mourning Art
Because of their interest in Colonial America, the owners of the Arlington Cemetery in Drexel Hill started collecting art and objects related to funerals and mourning, mostly from the 17th and 18th centuries. In the 1980s, they built a replica of George Washington?s Virginia home for their office and filled it with their intriguing collection.


ThornfieldThornfield
Historic landmark and early home of abolitionist Thomas Garrett. Located on Garrett Road in Upper Darby Township. Garrett became a prominent participant in the antislavery movement, establishing a station on the Underground Railroad. Through his efforts, an active network of people to hide and assist slaves was established throughout the states of Maryland and Delaware.