Constructed in 1944, the Manweiler – Maupin Chevrolet Dealership building is a rare example of a WWII-era auto dealership. The one-story blond brick building features a curved showroom with plate glass windows that accommodates a single display vehicle. Horizontal banding extends around the showroom and service bay and a curved corner window features glass block, features characteristic of a Streamline Art Moderne building reminiscent of the 1930s. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 9, 2012. Manweiler Chevrolet is a fourth-generation family-owned business located in Hoisington’s Main Street district.