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Our History

Now in its 95th year, Colussy Chevrolet has the distinction of being the Nation's oldest Chevrolet dealership in continuous operation by the same family. The Colussy family has been involved in the automobile business since the early 1900's.

The dealership was started by Albert Colussy when he was just 17 years old. He was later joined by his two brothers Gilbert and Arthur. The first generation of Colussy's ran and prospered the dealership for the first 50 years.

Louis "Skip" Colussy, Albert's son, took over in the early 1970's and expanded and moved the business to its current location on Washington Pike, in South Fayette Township.

With the start of the new Millennium, the third generation of Colussy's took over the helm of the dealership. Skip's sons Tim and Jon became the dealers in 2000. They continue to grow and prosper this family business so that the fourth generation can someday take over.

Although the automobile industry has gone through many changes, the one thing that hasn't changed at Colussy Chevrolet is their commitment to providing their customers with the best sales and service experience possible!
Receipt from Chevrolet Motor Co.
for three cars purchased
Albert Colussy with his Republic
truck purchased in 1915 for his
father's contracting business.
Colussy Chevrolet's second home, after the
first building was destroyed by fire in 1928
50th Anniversary Celebration in 1968.
L to R: Skip, Ernest, Gilbert, Albert, Arthur,
Alfred, Elmer, Joe (son in law)
Colussy Chevrolet in 1974 at new
South Fayette Township location
Jon, Skip and Tim Colussy
in the early 1990's