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About Ehrlich Motorwerks

If you've got this far on our website, there's probably something you and I agree on. Whatever that is, I bet it has something to do with vintage cars. That connection is part of what made us want to start Ehrlich Motorwerks.

We also believe in living a life we can look back on and be proud of. That has to do with respecting people, doing the right kind of business, and spending time caring for the cars while we have them.

Whether you call, email, or stop by, you'll get care and respect. It all comes down to a simple fact: we like having good relationships.

The team here at Ehrlich Motorwerks is pretty eclectic. We have worked in the food industry to automotive engineering; missions work in Mexico to creative writing.

I detailed cars for 12 years and spent several years in the corporate design world.

After all of that time, I couldn't get cars out of my blood or off my mind.

So, here we are, Ehrlich Motorwerks in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. It's my hometown. The Ozark Mountains have some of the best driving roads, some of the best scenery. We're proud of what we've worked hard to build and what we're working to build with our customers for the future. While our primary focus is cars, we also find a lot in common with other entrepreneurs trying to make a vision happen. We love great product design, art, and excellent craftsmanship.

Thanks for wanting to know more about us and visiting our site.

Mike Butler

Owner, Ehrlich Motorwerks

Travel Information

Whether you're independent or with family, Siloam Springs has enough to keep everyone entertained. We recommend booking one of Inn at the Springs' beautiful rooms: InnAtTheSprings1897.com

28 Springs Restaurant and Bar took a former car dealership and turned it into a beautiful dining atmosphere. An an ever-growing menu of wine, beer, and cocktails round out the experience: 28Springs.com

For other dining and shopping options, see: MainStreetSiloam.org

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is a must see. Beautiful grounds, architecture, and of course, art. Reserve a table at the Hive or James at the Mill for upscale dining experiences. Other great food options include the Flying Fish, Table Mesa, and other restaurants on the square.

The closest airports are Fayetteville XNA (American Airlines, Delta, United and Allegiant Air) and Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa, OK (Southwest, American Airlines, Delta, United and Allegiant Air).

Michael Butler

Operating Manager

During my college years at John Brown University, I owned an automotive detailing business. I gained a strong reputation for high quality and attention to details. After starting a family (we have three wonderful kids now), I pursued a career as a designer/art director.

I love quality and I want to be around and associated with quality products. While I love a clean car, cars are built to drive. I've been a life long resident of Siloam Springs and a PCA member for many years. Most of my interest follows European makes, especially Porsche and Ferrari.

Jim Ehrilich

Sales And Business Administration

Jim, a Nebraska native, retired to Arkansas with his wife Carol, wanting to live closer to family and grandkids. Jim graduated from Chadron State College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education and taught Sr. High Social Sciences in Hill City, South Dakota.

After eight years of teaching, Jim accepted a job in sales with KRAFT FOODS and has 23 years of sales experience at the retail and wholesale level. Classic cars have always been a great passion for Jim and he has a strong background and love for Corvettes. Keeping up with the latest makes & models of exceptional cars comes naturally. “It’s a Dream Job for a Car Aficionado”, Jim.