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Roadmaster Sales and Service

by Paul Saulnier
February 12, 2019

Roadmaster Sales and Service is relatively new to Holliston and eager to serve our residents.

Owner, operator and chief mechanic, Pat DiTucci, began his love for all things automotive at the tender age of 11 working with his father in Burlington, Mass. While working as a mechanic in Framingham, Pat commuted through Holliston from his home in Bellingham. He was impressed with the beauty of the town, all the family related activities going on and the apparent preservation of Holliston's historic structures; and he began to look for space to open an automotive service facility here.

Above is pictured the car that inspired the name for Pat's company: The 1941 Buick Roadmaster.

When 543 Concord Street became available, Pat bought it and moved in a year ago. Pat finds the quality preowned vehicles through internet searches all over the country.  He then goes though them, making sure every system is in top working order before he offers them for sale. Every vehicle is sold with a 2 year, 24,000 mile written warranty.

Pat wants to be known first for his full service offerred to residents of Holliston and surrounding towns and secondly for the preowned vehicles availabler on his lot.

Pat is also a huge Patriots fan. He has converted this armoured truck to a travelling billboard for the Pats and attends the home games where he has special parking for his truck. He recently participated in a fund raiser at Gillette Stadium where he raised $12,000 for the Patriot's charity Gronk's Buzz Off....

and has already updated his truck to 6 time champions.

Roadmaster is also a fan of antique Detroit iron. He collects classics and customs and works on them for customers. Pat's a car guy.

Pat is also a family guy. He and his wife and three kids currently live in Bellingham and he hopes to move to Holliston some day. Roadmaster is a major sponsor of the Historical Society's Fathers Day Car Show and hopes to sponsor other causes in Holliston.

Roadmaster is offering a 2 for 1 oil change special to meet residents and develop a strong client following. So give Pat and Roadmaster a try. Check out his web site for more information:https://www.roadmastermotors.com/

 

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