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  1.  So where can you find salvage WWII vehicles? I doubt you will be able to go to your local junk yard and find a old WWII vehicle. These trucks and cars are most certainly long gone. The junk yards are able to get too much of a payoff from these metals to have them just sit around. No, I bet the best place to find these vehicles are in private yards.
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  5.  Local Auction - When the government takes possession of a business, the assets are often sold at an auction to the highest bidder. You definitely stand to save a load of money this way, but you have to be careful: oftentimes, you can't inspect the vehicles before the auction. If that's the case, your bid should reflect the worst possible condition that the lot of used heavy trucks could possibly be. You can find auction announcements in the newspaper, Pennysaver, or on Craigslist.
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  7.  The older the company and the more common the vehicles then the easier the spare parts can be to locate. Audi spares are particularly easy because of the company's history. Audi has been around almost as long as the automobile. The company prides itself on innovation and quality - making it a popular car to own.
  8.  It is always better to play it safe before you dig in. So, we strongly suggest that you be patient and run a small test before asking a manufacturer for 100 headlights. If you happen to have some spare genuinely used auto parts or you know someone that might have some you can try listing them on the web. It doesn't cost you anything and you will be rest assured that you are not wasting your money. To list your parts we suggest that you choose a website that specializes in the industry, allows you to pay on per-sold basis, and offers automatic re-istings.
  9.  junkyards near me If you have an older car, the use of the auto salvage yards will give you the opportunity to replace older work out parts with the original manufacturer parts and not generic parts. You do not have to worry about the parts you are buying. Those who make this line of work their profession are very knowledgeable about cars and whether or not the part is workable.
  10.  The discount auto accessories industry is very competitive and there is a healthy secondary market. You can check out the local salvage yard or auto parts shop but if you need something major like a radiator, there are entire networks of salvage yards and garages that you can post what you need and they will find it for you. Then you can decide on the best deal and then the part is delivered to your door. In most cases, it is at least as cheap as having to find and remove the part yourself at some obscure salvage yard and not have the right tools. It's a lot less messy and the part is torn up before you get it.
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