Tom Cherry Mufflers: The Auto Repair Shop You Can Trust Since 1946
Tom Cherry Mufflers is located on 321 W 8th Street near downtown Muncie. The auto repair shop is easy to find, and has friendly service that you can trust.
Since 1946, they have taken care of your exhaust, brakes, shocks, and struts as well as mufflers. They have a ride service to accommodate your busy schedule, and will even deliver your car back to you. The estimate to fix your car or truck is free and complete, installation included.
They also have free break inspection, plus 15% off parts with a BSU ID!
With over 150 years combined experience the qualified and knowledgeable mechanics at Tom Cherry Mufflers will take care of your automobile and have it back on the road riding like new in no time!
We are open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Tuesday from 7:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Products & Services
At Tom Cherry Mufflers, we only work with the best mufflers, brakes, struts, and shocks. We also work on large commercial Vehicles and custom pipe bending. We also use Monroe Rode Control products. Monroe has been the premier name in Ride Control Products for over 75 years. Monroe Products are the latest technology in ride comfort and control. From those little shocks that hold up your trunk and hood, to adjustable air shocks, to designer color strut boot kits, to strut bearing plates, Monroe has it.
Who was Tom Cherry?
Thomas Cherry, born in 1911, just might be one of the best-kept secrets in the history of short-track racing. You will ﬁnd few people outside the Midwest who are familiar with this remarkable record, but those who saw him race harbored strong respect for his skills and pleasant, honest demeanor.
His success was not limited to driving race cars. He also proved his mettle as a promoter, car builder, mechanic, fabricator, and businessman. During his splendid career he drove splint cars, roadsters, midgets, and stock cars, and he was successful in every class.
Cherry was a friendly, somewhat quiet man, a man who seldom “blew his own horn”.
By the early 1960’s, Cherry retired from racing and opened an automotive repair shop in Muncie, where he would spend the rest of his life. The 1960 inductee of the Hoosier Auto Racing Fans (HARP) Hall of Fame died on July 6, I990, following a long illness.