The 1980s were a decade of milestones after another for the company. In 1981, Peter Warren was granted South West Sydney's first Mercedes-Benz franchise in Fairfield. In that same year, the company purchased the iconic glass house from Sydney's Luna Park and had it reassembled at Warwick Farm to create Le Pavilion Café, where it continues to serve customers today. In 1987, Peter Warren acquired the Toyota dealership. In the following year, a replica Sydney Harbour Bridge was erected at the entrance of the estate, which has become one of South West Sydney's most recognisable landmarks. The acquisition of Trio Ford in Southport in 1989 saw the company expand into Queensland, creating what grew into the Sunshine Automotive Group.