About Wizard Transmission

Living in Denver, Adam Lightfield rebuilt his first automatic transmission when he was 15 years old. He rebuilt transmissions three more times during high school. While working at Conoco, he was an auto repair mechanic and quickly learned transmission repair.

Denver Rebuilt Transmission RepairEventually, Adam met Joe Cashman in Fort Collins, just north of Denver, where he started repairing and rebuilding transmissions. In school, transmission repair seemed complexed, but Joe Cashman gave Adam a whole new perspective and showed him what a fascinating business transmission repair really was. Joe made rebuilt transmission repair easier to understand. The transmission shop in Fort Collins business was not meant to be as Joe suffered a terrible robbery which ended the transmission business in Fort Collins.

This was only a mere set back as Joe and Adam opened a new transmission shop in Loveland, Colorado. This new transmission repair shop lasted two years and went debunk in the mid 1980’s due to economic conditions.

During the following six years, Adam moved to California and worked for AAMCO Transmission. It was at AAMCO that Adam took advantage of completing transmission certification and furthered his knowledge of transmission repair.

Returning to Denver Colorado in 1991, he found work at AC Transmission. Adam was the transmission shop manager, but spent time rebuilding transmissions and doing transmission repair. During this time his parents persuaded Adam to open his own transmission shop in Denver and helped finance his new venture.

Wizard Transmission opened on March 1st, 1994 and was located at 1790 South Broadway in Denver Colorado. The transmission shop remained there for two years until a larger facility was necessary. In January of 1996, Wizard Transmission moved to 50 East Chengo, Denver Colorado. Sales continued to grow, and Wizard Transmission again needed more space.

In 1999, Adam purchased his biggest building ever to house his Wizard Transmission Repair shop. This property consisted of a front building holding five car bays, and a second building in the back of the property which would be used for the sole purpose of inspecting, rebuilding both automatic and standard transmissions, and transfer cases. In addition, an R.V. (recreations vehicles, motor homes, and motor couches) lift was put in outside the property that would lift over 30,000 LBS. Wizard transmission has made it the special interest to work on Recreational vehicles as well as all foreign and domestic cars, trucks, SUV’s, and diesels.

The Transmission Repair business continues to grow and break sales records. Adam runs his shop with both honesty and integrity and has many employees that work with the same enthusiasm.

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