Herbert G. Chambers is owner and CEO of Herb Chambers Companies, a group of 50 car dealerships in the greater Boston, Massachusetts, area. A directory of Herb Chambers Car Dealerships lists their OEM brand portfolio in Massachusetts and New England.
In 2006, at the age of 64, he was named as one of the wealthiest Bostonians, ranking sixth with $1.8 billion, by Boston magazine.
... Questions surrounding the Herb Chambers Companies have been raised in the past ... In 2005, a Boston Globe report noted that four officials from the Herb Chambers Companies contributed to Massachusetts Attorney General Thomas Reilly's campaign efforts when attempting to run for Governor of ... This was of interest because auto dealer groups including Herb Chambers Companies had generated a large number of complaints to the Attorney General's office at the same time ...
... In 2007, The Boston Globe carried an article and photo gallery highlighting Chambers' car collection ... His collection of rare automobiles includes the McLaren F1, Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, Ferrari Daytona Spyder, Ferrari Daytona Coupe, 2006 Ford GT, Porsche 959 Supercar, 2006 Porsche Carrera GT, Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, Ford Model B (1932) and a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL that was raced in the 1983 Cannonball Run ...
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