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Does Crazy Ray's specialize in particular car models?

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Crazy Ray's does not specialize in any specific car models. Its inventory is based on the cars that it purchases, and it accepts anything, according to its website. However, the company primarily has models that are common to the local area, as one user review observes.

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Crazy Ray's is a salvage yard in Baltimore, Maryland. It purchases vehicles from individual sellers, auctions, towing companies and insurance companies. It keeps vehicles and parts on hand for customers to pull out, purchase and use for repairs. It is a subsidiary of LKQ Pick Your Part. The LKQ website for the Crazy Ray's location includes a parts price guide and an updated inventory of cars, as of 2015.

The Crazy Ray's inventory shows it is well-stocked in various models manufactured by Honda, Toyota, Ford, Nissan, Mazda, Dodge, Buick, Jeep, Chevrolet and others. Most of the vehicles are made by Honda, Toyota, and Chevrolet, and some of the most common models found in the inventory are Accord, Civic, Camry, Corolla, Explorer, Taurus, Altima, Maxima, Protégée, 626, Caravan, Intrepid, LeSabre, Park Avenue, Cherokee, Blazer and Malibu. The majority of the models have been manufactured since 1990, although there are a number of 1980s models from Ford and Chevrolet.

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