In Memoriam: Kenneth Boyar (1941-2015)

Ken Boyar, founder of LCW, passed away on November 8 after a short battle with cancer. He was 74. Boyar’s love of cars began with his father and grandfather who ran a locksmith and auto glass shop in Brooklyn. Even before he was old enough to drive a car, his grandfather had him sweeping floors and working around the shop. Because he was a small guy, he would often be volunteered…

2017 Cadillac Escalade CEO by LCW Automotive

Limousines do not have easy lives. They must be inviting and luxurious for the passengers, and rugged enough for daily abuse. In the old days, reverse engineering a production car into a limo was done by cutting and inserting longer body panels for a stretched ride. But considering the complexities of modern cars and SUVs, who in their right mind would want to undertake such a task?…

Limo maker is willing to go the extra mile

With 19 other companies in the world doing the same thing you do, how do you win contracts with the likes of singer Mariah Cary, the King of Thailand and the producers of the television show “The West Wing?” You stand apart from the pack. At least, that’s what San Antonio’s own LCW Automotive Corp. does. LCW manufactures limousines, adding 6 to 140 inches of length to the vehicles.