Woodbury Fire Department was dispatched to Barlow Buick on Mantua Ave in Woodbury for a structure. As the police arrived on location they reported to the county that it was the service building that they could see smoke. Chief 501 arrived on location, assumed command, and reported heavy smoke showing from the service area. He immediately requested the second alarm with all hands in-service. Engine 511 responded with three and secured their own water supply laying in from Mantua Ave. Ladder 516 responded with 2, taking the division D side of the building and laddered the roof. Engine 614 (Thorofare) laid supply line into 516. Ladders 926 and 666 laddered division B side of the building. Once the water supply was established crews began searching for the fire from the exterior, being cautious of the deteriorating conditions of the building. Once crews had enough access through multiple entrances, it was determined that there was a vehicle inside fully involved. The building suffered serious heat damage, structural damage, and other vehicles within the buildings were also heavily damaged. Crews remained on location as the stubborn fire was running the roof. Multiple spots were opened up by Squad 2218 (Mantua FD). Crews also remained on location for some time while ventilation was taking progress. The fire is currently under investigation by the Woodbury Fire Marshals Office. Companies on scene were Woodbury Fire, Mantua Fire, Tacoma Fire, Community Fire, Thorofare Fire, Greenfields Fire, Colonial Manor Fire, Wenonah Fire, East Greenwich Fire, Woolwich Fire, and Westmont’s Ventilation Truck. Thanks to the Friendship Fire Company Auxiliary for taking care of the firefighters by providing coffee and breakfast.