Here's the building:
Until very recently, the old white painted "Ford Garage, Sales, Service, Parts" sign was still visible on the side of the building. Sometime after Eagle Motors moved out to their new building, it was used by the Vikings fraternal organization, who painted their sign over it; however, their sign faded and partly fell away, revealing the original Ford Garage sign underneath it.
I always meant to take a photo of the old sign but never got around to it, and then one day I saw that it had been painted over. Sigh.
Eagle Motors' "new" building also still exists and is in use. I was a mechanic there 25 years ago when it was the Cadillac dealer's place. The exterior has been changed quite a bit, but I well remember the old overhead track, originally designed and installed in 1928 for handling the "New Ford" engines. We still used it, but it was a little shaky when hoisting and moving Olds diesel engines.
I particularly like it.
It could be the camera lens but is it built on a hill or am I about to fall out of my chair?
Like most buildings in Jamestown, it's built on a steep hill.
Before going back to school, I did some wrench spinning back in 1969 at Thompson Pontiac in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. The employee parking lot was the last of four tiers from street level and ended at a cliff into the Cuyahoga River. A broken-down fence that looked like chicken wire was all that separated the lot from the cliff. Driving down the ramp during wintertime used to scare the bajeebies out of me. On icy days, everyone would angle down the ramp towards a light pole; just in case.