Armbruster Stageway has a rich tradition in the funeral car industry that dates back for over one hundred years. Armbruster Stageway was started by three Fort Smith men building and restoring horse drawn wagons. As the transportation industry changed, so did Armbruster Stageway. When a bus company asked if a regular vehicle could be stretched for professional purposes to make short transportation runs, Armbruster accepted the challenge and built the first combustion engine limousine. Building funeral coaches and limousines, Armbruster Stageway made its mark on the industry as the sign of excellence in professional vehicles. As the oldest name in the professional vehicle industry, Armbruster Stageway is back in business and building limousine and funeral coaches in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Armbruster Stageway is once again providing funeral homes with the most innovative designs in six-door limousines, and now funeral coaches. Armbruster Stageway Professional Vehicles are crafted with carefully thought out designs that cover every detail of an Armbruster Stageway vehicle. From a rear door opening 175 degrees, to the 46 inch rear-loading width; these cars are built to handle all your needs with the elegance and grace your clients desire. Now utilizing the premiere vehicle in the industry, we are excited to present to you Armbruster Stageway Cadillacs built by the original employees in the Armbruster Stageway plant located in Fort Smith Arkansas. We build every car with the highest of quality, and we are excited to share the excellence that is an Armbruster Stageway vehicle with you and your clients.