Some auto salvage yards in Virginia are Lew's Auto Service & Salvage, Staunton Wrecking, Old Dominion Auto Salvage, Pick-N-Save and M & M Auto Parts, Inc. Lew's Auto Service & Salvage is located in Spotsylvania, Virginia, and sells used truck and automobile parts.
Lew's Auto Service & Salvage warehouses and sells used parts for foreign and domestic automobiles, including engines, transmissions and bodies. Customers can fill out online parts request forms at LewsAuto.net. Lew's mechanics are ASE certified, and they repair vehicles and install salvaged parts. A 30-day warranty covers parts purchased and installed at Lew's. The company also buys vehicles for recycling in the Thornburg, Spotsylvania and Fredericksburg areas.
Staunton Wrecking is located in Staunton, Virginia. This salvage yard serves the Shenandoah Valley area, providing 24-hour emergency towing services. The company sells new and used car parts for foreign and domestic vehicles. They specialize in servicing off-road vehicles, including Jeeps and trucks. Staunton Wrecking buys cars for its recycling, salvage and scrap metal operations, and it also purchases auto parts and runs a waste oil management program.
Old Dominion Auto Salvage in Roanoke, Virginia, sells parts for foreign and domestic vehicles, including light duty trucks. The company offers warranties for its parts. In some cases, it repairs and resells vehicles. It also sells heavy equipment, trucks and farm equipment as inventory allows. Customers can request parts on OldDominionAuto.net, and some parts offered by the company include airbags, factory wheels, transmissions, electronic control modules, doors and engines.