Joyce-Cridland single and two post in-ground auto lift models go back a long way but the company goes back even further. Joyce was established in 1873, but we’re not sure what they actually made back then. In our archives we have an original auto lift sales catalog with brochures and pricing that is fun to browse through. Joyce had many very specialized auto lift models like one that was designed exclusively to handle all Volkswagen and Porsche models on the road in the 1960’s. In 1963, an auto dealership’s cost for a new lift was $602.65 and if you operated a transit bus garage you could purchase a new bus lift for $1,526.00. Wow, things have really changed since the 1960’s in the auto lift industry.
In the 1990s Joyce sold its automotive division to ALM, which later closed the division down. Today, Joyce has become the Joyce-Dayton Company, no longer involved in the automotive lift industry. Yet although the company moved on, Joyce auto lifts are still in existence—and nobody keeps them in better working order than SVI.
Whatever replacement Joyce lift parts you need, SVI is at your service. When we can’t locate a particular part, we’ll build it for you ourselves. Contact us to learn more!
Call SVI today at (800) 321-8173 to discuss your repair or manufacturing needs.
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