AAMCO Corporate Office

AAMCO Corporate Office Address

AAMCO Transmissions, Inc.
201 Gibraltar Rd Ste 100
Horsham, PA 19044

Contact AAMCO

Phone Number: (610) 668-2900
Fax Number: (610) 617-3503
Website: http://www.aamco.com
Email: Email AAMCO


CEO: Malon Wilkus
CFO: John R. Erickson
COO: Gordon J. O'Brien

AAMCO History

Robert Morgan and Anthony A. Martino founded AAMCO in 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

AAMCO is a transmission-repair company that operates as a franchise, with the first franchise opening in New Jersey in 1963.

Morgan and Martino also founded MAACO, an autobody shop franchise. Martino eventually ended his affiliation with AAMCO to manage MAACO.

Morgan was the first CEO of the company and was succeded by his son, Keith Morgan.

In 2006, American Capital, Ltd. bought AAMCO Transmissions.

The company now has almost 900 franchises across the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico, 5,000 employees, and $31.32 million in revenue in 2012.

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RAY Brown September 1, 2015 at 5:04 pm

I took my mazda to Aamco in Mcdonna Ga the Manger agreed to finance the repairs (lied) after me calling him for 4 weeks he told ne i needes 2300 to gwt my car fixed …. when u ask him well what about rhe financing he claimed the company doesn’t do it any mor and now wont give my dam car back saying i own them 800 for tearing my car apart…… i filed bankruptcy and he’s still refusing to give me my shit and no on from there fake cooperation will call me back im filing a law suit this week


e September 3, 2015 at 2:45 pm

My car @ Aamco they are not giving my Car lback either


kenensi sanchez August 26, 2015 at 1:33 pm

I took y bmw to aamco they had my car for six months they damaged my interior and property was missing when I paid 3700 the manager gave me 24 months or 24,000 miles but the owner said he was only going to give me12 months to me that means he is not confident in his own work I would not recommended aamco to anyone


Helen August 13, 2015 at 2:42 pm

I had a judgement against one of aamco transmission franchisee in Columbus Georgia. He fails to appear in court due to fraudulent act. He was able to explore 2400 from my credit card account without providing any car service to me. I want to know how I can be help to further go ahead with my case.


Ramiro August 12, 2015 at 11:07 am

I left my car in AAMCO Miami, FL for a $2200 transmission repair.
AAMCO fixed the transmission, but the first day I drove it I noticed that the steering was way off! and every time I passed by a bump the car sounded like it was going to break!
I took it back and they told me that that they where going to check it.
Surprise a piece broke and they told me it would be another reapair.
After I told them that the car WAS NOT that way when I left it they said that the piece broke due to normal wear and tear and that the sterring was like that already.
That it was their word against mine. That I had no evidence and in other words I HAD TO EAT IT.
What do I do? I call customer service in HQ and all I get is voice mails and they never get back to me.
What ever happened to listening to the customer. Reasoning and accepting that my car was not like that before it was sent to AAMCO?
Please help.


junior August 7, 2015 at 6:20 pm

Took my sons infiniti to have transmission rebuilt they said it be ready in 3 days after back and forth finally got the car back after 15 days took it home 2 days later doing the same thing as when i took it in shifting hard and this is a rebuilt transmission and i thought this was reputable company but i see theres no pride and this why i paid 2300 dollars


Roy D August 5, 2015 at 9:50 pm

Had my transmission rebuilt by aamco in Riverside ca , cost me over 4000.00 dollars .
Got my truck back after about a week in their shop . Got my truck back , and it was shifting hard , then the seal started leaking , so Intook it back , I told them of the hard shifting , and what I was told , is that all dodge trucks shift hard.
Before I took my truck in , it shifted smoothly , never shifted hard . To this day it still shifts very hard , and they only gave me 12 month 12000 mile warranty . Needless to say , I am very unhappy . I’m trying to get a hold of someone in corporate , so I can file a complaint . Can anybody help me ?


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