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Large area of consumers head to northern Illinois used car dealership

J.H. Barkau & Sons has been providing used car options since 1952

CEDARVILLE, Ill., Dec. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- For many, when used cars are mentioned in the Midwest, the name J.H. Barkau & Sons comes up. Since going into business in 1952, the used car dealership has formed a positive reputation with a large section of the area. Although the dealership has locations in small Cedarville and Freeport, Ill., it draws customers in from several different states.


The dealership is located close to the Wisconsin-Illinois border, and between a few larger cities. It isn't strange for customers to come from Dubuque, Iowa or Beloit, Wis. to get a good deal on a used vehicle. There is a long list of satisfied customers that have bought their vehicles from the family-owned business for many years.

In the 61 years J.H. Barkau & Sons has been in business, they have served more than 70,000 customers in the region. The professionals at the dealership also like to tell of how some families have been coming to the dealership for generations. Having that kind of connection with its customer base is really what sets J.H. Barkau & Sons apart from its used car competitors.

Interested consumers are encouraged to check out the ever-changing selection of used vehicles online at The dealership is continually putting fresh choices on the lot, and there are brands and price ranges for everyone available.

To get in touch with someone in person, call J.H. Barkau & Sons in Cedarville at 815-563-4393 or in Freeport at 815-232-5017.

Media Contact: Kevin Martin, J.H. Barkau & Sons, 815-563-4393, [email protected]

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