Scrap Auto contributes significantly to ozone layer and is making great strides in creating a cleaner world, which helps to cut down on the waste generated by car manufacturers.

Scrap Auto is the practice of taking unwanted cars and stripping them of all usable parts and components, which are then sold. This term applies to basically any vehicle that is being taken off the road, whether it is due to age, after an accident, or mechanical problems. After these initial components are taken out of the vehicle, the remaining parts are evaluated, and the salvage yard or car owner must decide whether to repair, recondition or resell the parts. Everything from the engine parts to floor mats to window controls can be resold, as long as there is a demand for it. Otherwise, parts can be recycled as scrap auto parts.

Big or small we do it all, to find a part you need is not a problem because we have set systems in place to locate your car part, be it locally or internationally. Our friendly, well trained team always ensures that our customers get the highest level of service possible. Sparesboyz is a very neat and well organized establishment, allowing our customers to safely browse through our cars that are going to be stripped. We have ample parking at our premises and it is safe and secure, making your experience a happy one.

Scrap Auto, is a yes when it comes to providing good quality, original used parts. It is quite easy to get high quality used car parts from Sparesboyz Durban and Sparesboyz Cape Town. We dismantle vehicles daily so we always have fresh stock. We have knowledgeable staff, that are always ready to guide and advise you on what you need. Sparesboyz are importers and exporters of new and used parts in South Africa. We arrange delivery throughout South Africa and Africa. We are non-authorized dealers.

We stock a wide range of spares suitable for:

  • BMW
  • Citroen
  • Honda
  • Hyundai
  • Kia
  • Land rover
  • Mercedes
  • Peugeot
  • Renault
  • Tata
  • Volvo

Give us a call and let us help you.

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