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watch your pocketbook!
by Carol , 02/08/2016
Watch your pocketbook. They towed our car after an accident. They picked it up Saturday evening. They were already closed so we couldn't access the car. No way to contact them, no way to pick up the car. Then Sunday they were closed. By the time Monday morning came and they finally opened, we had a $120 storage fee. (Charged 3 days even though they weren't open those days, and charged us for the few hours late Saturday night and early Monday morning that they were closed. ) What a racket! Holy cow. Call someone else!
bring your junk car
by cars101 , 03/24/2012
beat kurts price by 90 bucks and 10x the service
A GREAT PLACE TO GET CHEAP PARTS
by Provo loves this wrecking yard , 09/28/2011
A reputation is something you can't buy. Just ask around and you will find that most people like this wrecking yard. When I go there they are ussually very busy and helping lots of people. Maybe that's why some complain!! They want department store service at a wrecking yard. I have found that they really try. They have lots of inventory and always get new stuff. David is very friendly and it is interesting that people who have been to State Street Auto tell me the same thing "David is so nice and helpful" Keep it up David!!! We need more people like you.
They got my vote
by Patrick , 09/08/2011
I'm sorry to hear other people had such bad experiences, but I can't help but think that some people are just too quick to complain....it's become the American way. I found these guys doing an online search and although they may not come off as being the most sophisticated, they are helpful and VERY easy to work with. First time was for a headlight assembly which turned out to be a perfect match for under 10 bucks! So I went again for an electric window roller assembly for 5 bucks! I've referred friends and family and they all agree it's a great place to get a part for your vehicle at a very cheap price.
by Bob , 04/02/2011
Really??? Closed Saturday? When do they think people have time to fix their cars?
by CBliss , 02/28/2011
I called to ask if they had typical parts for my car. After holding for a few minutes, over incredibly loud back ground noise the guy said "Uh... I don't know. You can bring your husband down to look." No thank you!
by George Brailsford , 11/19/2010
I just called to ask if they had a headlight for my truck and 5 seconds after i told him i need a light for a 94 chev he said, "nope, dont got it." no computer is that fast and looking at inventory! and he hung up on me! I dont understand how they're still running. i guess anyone can run a buisness these days.
I was just there
by acemaint , 10/28/2010
I went there and tried to find a brake cable and a steering box for my ford. The guy behind the counter acted like they really didn't care if I went back there or not. They gave me numbers of trucks that might have what I need but when I found them there was no way to get to the parts without climbing up in a very unstable place.I tried to open a hood while standing on another truck but almost fell.when I went back to ask someone if they could help find one that would be easier to get to he looked at me like I had just slapped him. I did not find any parts and I will never go back.
poor excuse of an auto wrecker
by iexplorer , 10/22/2010
Definitely bring a few jacks an entire tool box and maybe several friends to help dig into the rubble. Now if you want a steering wheel you might get lucky. But if you want something like a drive line, forget it. Without getting a court order and maybe access to a front end loader you won't be able to get down and under and in or around the vehicles because they are stacked close and on top of each other and end to end and against fences. No wonder why they want you to pull the parts yourself, They can't do it themselves. Now comes the other part. They are a bunch of lazy pompous arrogant jerks and God only knows how they stay in business.They say "go out there and it's right there" They don't take you to it and help you get to where you can at least get to the part. They act like they really don't give a crap. Who ever gave them a good review is a liar and probably is a relative or works for them. If OSHA were to find out they required people to climb up onto a vehicle t
Not very helpful
by J , 10/05/2010
I read all these reviews that they will help you find it if they don't have it and they maybe spent 30 seconds telling me they don't have what i need and also they have no clue where I could find it. Not any even a suggested parts store they could be a good price. I guess if they have what you need they will help you, otherwise you are no one to them