Homewood is great town and one we love for many reasons. For one, Homewood is a great place to spend a day on the links. In fact, five early golf clubs still operate: Flossmoor Country Club, in neighboring Flossmoor (organized in 1898 as Homewood Country Club, name changed 1914); Ravisloe (1901); Idlewild, in Flossmoor (1908); Olympia Fields, in Olympia Fields(1915); and Calumet (organized in 1901 in Chicago, relocated to Homewood in 1917). To see so much golfing history packed into one small town is amazing.
The Illinois Central offered special schedules and created special stops just for golfers. That was the origin of the stops that became Calumet, Flossmoor, and Olympia Fields. The Illinois Central Railroad built the depot in 1923; its Spanish Colonial Revival design, complete with undulating parapets, was meant to complement the adjacent Ravisloe Country Club.
When you’re driving down Halsted or cruising up 183rd street towards Tinley Park you’ve gotta look nice. Nothing says more about you than your vehicle. It doesn’t always take a big budget to get a nice build. Why get a new truck or Jeep when you can just upgrade your existing vehicle and save some money! You’ll probably end up with something better than off the showroom floor when shopping with us!
Homewood truck and Jeep owners love us because its really convenient to reach us from Homewood just a short trip west on 183rd and south on Harlem. To miss all the traffic getting on and off the expressway at Harlem we suggest you take 183rd to Oak Park Ave and go south. Then turn just pass Carmax and shoot up to 191st we’ll be the first building on the left after you cross Harlem.