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buick century taillight- rip-off liars
by fatwilli , 01/15/2015
went in looking for a taillight for a buick century this is a full length one piece unit, I specifically asked before going in "how much for a one piece full length taillight" and was told $25 bucks I asked again, even for one piece full length units?I was told any taillight 25 bucks. So I went in and found one that was servicible It had a small crack and rattle-can overspray on it , so I pulled it and headed to the exit to pay where I was greeted by another employee remarking that I had found a high dollar piece that it was worth two or three taillights together and I would have to pay $60 for that piece. I refused I would rather pay $300 for a new one than get jacked around by lying bastards.
by BullDog , 03/24/2012
Found this place to be very reasonable on prices over the years. Sometimes the cars are removed to soon for me. So if you fine a car you best take what you want because the next time it might not be there.
I had never been to a junk yard. They were very helpful !
by Help yourself :) , 10/23/2011
I went looking for a Honda door handle, they had my part , but i did't have tools with me. But while I was there i was able to pick up parts for my thirdgen camaro! Prices were great. I will start looking for parts here. Great location for us that live on the N-W side of town. I would suggest wearing closed in shoe's, lots of bolts, screws laying around, and a pair of gloves to protect your hands. All and all was a good experience.
poor phone service
by TiredofNoService , 07/12/2010
I just called to find out if they had the year car I need, and he said I'd have to come and look. Why would I drive 40 miles out of my way and pay to get in, waste 3 hours, just to find out they don't have the right vehicle???
The best bone yard in town!
by CudBurDaddy , 06/20/2010
A junk yard is supposed to be dirty! Anyone who goes to a bone yard expecting it to be nice and tidy doesnât have a clue! U-Pull on Camino De La Tierra is a great place to find bargains on parts for your project vehicle or clunker. If you call before heading there they will let you know if there are any vehicles that may have your part or even other vehicles that have the same part. And of course its picked over! Lots of people buy used parts from there and most are not mechanics who know what has to be removed to get their part. The non-mechanics can leave a mess of things but who cares? Its fun to try and find as many things as you can while you're there! Oh yeah, the dollar it costs to get in.....A dollar! Most folks can find a dollar between the cushions of the couch! Thanks, U-Pull! You've got the right idea!
I like it
by Linda-who always owns clunkers , 04/09/2010
Al grippes! This is a junk yard, they are always dirty. For a buck you take in your tools and drink, get pointed to the area you need (GM, Fords, Trucks, etc.). You find what you want and have at it. They do alot of business, being the only yard on the NW side of town. No one bothers you and the prices have never bothered me.
Don't waste your time
by You can call me Al , 01/23/2010
That other review must have been written by an employee or the owner. Tucson needs a u-pull-it style wrecking yard, but this one ain't worth the effort trying to find, and certainly ain't worth the buck they charge to get in. It's dirty, disorganized, and the stuff they have is picked over or in really piss poor condition.Again, DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME, THIS PLACE SUCKS!
by Loralee , 03/03/2009
Called to ask if they had a vehicle like mine for a part I needed. The guy that answered the phone was very nice. It is great when you can call a place and the workers who answer know how to give great customer service!