Beyer Auto Salvage and Sales Inc.
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We are a locally owned and operated full service salvage yard and junk yard for Gilchrist County and surrounding areas. Our staff will take the time to pull the parts you need and have them ready in a short time for your pickup or delivery. All parts are cleaned, inspected, and tested. We offer free delivery exclusively to local non-residential business location.* (Please call to verify if you qualify and/or to partake in this exclusive service.)
We buy cars, trucks, and SUV's from the public, tow companies, and auctions. We accept all types of used cars and trucks whether its a junk car or wrecked car. Drive it, drag it, tow it, or call us to pick it up. Our inventory is constantly changing and being updated.
Are you in need of parts for that DIY repair? At Beyer Auto salvage, our expert staff can help you find the quality used parts necessary for your project. We can quickly locate your parts with our computerized inventory system. Don't want it used? We carry and can order new parts, OEM parts, after market, and those hard to obtain dealership only parts. Give us a call for the best price on the auto parts you need.
We ship parts nationwide at a competitive price. Most parts come with a standard 90 day warranty.* (Please call to verify the parts you need qualify.)
Auto parts are expensive. No matter how you slice it, you will end up paying a lot of money to maintain a late model used car in the same manner that you may pay monthly for a leased vehicle.
North Florida auto salvage yards are quickly becoming the alternative to OEM parts sold at the dealerships and aftermarket parts sold online or over the counter. Domestic parts, foreign parts, new parts, used parts, and even performance parts can all be found at an auto salvage near me by using the part search feature.
You can even use our image part search to bring up a picture of the part that you need for comparison. An image part search is particularly useful when looking for specific engine parts that are hard to describe. It may be easy to describe something like windshields, side-glass, headlights, taillights, transmissions by code, etc.
Florida salvage yards are such a popular alternative to late model OEM parts that it can be hard to keep popular models stocked. This is why we ask you to sell us your car when it no longer runs. If you sell us your car, we can at least put it to good use by parting it out to the people who need it and putting some instant cash in your pocket.
Our automotive recycling facility offers OEM parts that are much cheaper than those sold by the dealership. Although the used parts may have some wear, new parts are also available. There are times when drivers upgrade and update parts in their vehicle and leave some choice performance parts behind. Our auto salvage yard in Florida is the place to go when you need the quality of original parts at prices that beat even aftermarket replicas. That kind of incentive is hard to resist!
Also, when you purchase parts from our Florida salvage yards, you get an entire bumper assembly or door, for example, and don't pay huge markups for each individual part. You can easily uninstall and reinstall taillights, headlights, side-glass, doors, interior parts, and more. And although you may need some special skills to replace windshields, transmissions, engines, and other parts in late model vehicles, you are saving yourself thousands of dollars by shopping at our North Florida auto salvage yard.
Our auto salvage yard in Florida may even offer specials. You may be able to get large body parts for your late model vehicles that would normally cost you thousands from the dealer. Not only can you find the parts but you can also find body parts that are already painted. You simply won't find this at any dealership.
In addition, when you purchase parts at a salvage yard, you are obtaining valuable experience if you also install them on your own car. This helps you to maintain a lifetime warranty on all your vehicles by keeping yourself handy and avoiding the high costs of repair shops. In this manner, installing parts from a salvage yard is like the ultimate hands-on learning station for you to become a skilled mechanic in no time. They say that 6 months of hands-on automotive repair work is equal to 2 years of formal training in school.
Simply use the search engines online and type in "auto salvage near me". You should see a list of popular salvage yards on the first page of your search results. Then, you may be able to do a part search on the homepage of the particular North and South Florida salvage yards. South Florida salvage yards may even have some exotic vehicles like Lamborghini and Ferrari in stock.
You can find Chevy, Dodge, Ford, Nissan, Honda, and Toyota parts at the salvage yard. However, installing them all may require some special tools. Our salvage yard offers a 90-day warranty on most parts and can even pull parts like engines and transmissions by matching the exact codes on yours. We offer an additional warranty protection that cover buyers 10 to 25 percent longer than the standard warranty.
In most cases, you can remove just about anything from your vehicle with a can of rust penetrant to soak the bolts before you loosen them and a basic toolset. A 3/8" metric and standard socket set, a 1/2" set of the same, and some crescent or box wrenches in both sizes can help you remove just about anything on your vehicle. You may also need pliers, mechanic gloves to protect against injury, various screwdrivers, Allen wrenches, and even Torx or star pattern sockets and bits for some of the newer vehicles.
We recommend that you buy the most accurate factory manual for your vehicle. This will provide you with torque specs., a step-by-step diagnostic, and other information necessary for the repairs. If you try to simply hack the repairs together, you can be missing valuable information. This is especially true when you are doing something beyond a headlight or taillight installation. Timing an engine, for example, can lead to severe internal destruction if the instructions are not followed perfectly. And special tools are often required.
It is easy to get injured doing any kind of mechanical work if you don't take your time, use the right tools, or use common sense. One of the easiest ways to hurt yourself is to cut your hand on a wrench slip. Whether a nut breaks loose suddenly or your hand simply slips off the wrench, the force of the slip against sharp metal can cause some cuts. We always suggest that do-it-yourself mechanics get a Tetanus shot and wear protective gear like padded mechanic gloves to avoid these injuries.
Our salvage yard can pull use a hoist or forklift to lower entire drivetrains right into your truck bed. But you should always have some helpers at home to unload it and/or an engine hoist. Because most injuries are simple cuts when novices fail to wear gloves and take proper care when loosening fittings, you should never injure yourself.
Don't get in the lazy habit of taking your car to a shop every time that it has a problem. You might as well lease a vehicle if you are going to keep paying top dollar for repairs. And the cheap aftermarket part replicas can fail a year later and keep you in constant jeopardy. Get quality original equipment factory parts at a salvage yard in Florida near you today.
If the part is not at stock at one yard, we can usually get it for you from our network of affiliates. This makes the closest salvage yard your one-stop-shop location for excellent automotive part deals to complete any project. And because there are both new and used auto parts available, you always get a deal at salvage yard price without compromising quality.
Beyer Auto Salvage and Sales is partnered with Gilchrist County Recycling. We buy scrap metal: ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Please call for Current Rates.