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You’ve reached the home of the world famous Desert Valley Auto Parts, star of the hit Discovery Channel TV show “Desert Car Kings”. In business since 1993, Desert Valley Auto Parts is the legendary treasure trove of classic cars (and parts) from the 1940’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and a few 80’s thrown in the mix for good measure. With two locations in the dry Arizona desert, just on the edge of the Phoenix metropolitan area, we are 40 acres of dreams come true for collectors, enthusiasts or anyone else looking for a whole car or part of a car they thought they might never find. Search our online inventory listings or request a part. If you don’t see what you’re looking for don’t give up. We have so much in both our yards that we can’t even put it all on our website. Don’t be afraid to ask. Everyone here is like the Indiana Jones of impossible to find, rare cars and car parts, and we love nothing more than finding what you need on our two massive lots. We’ll even wear a fedora hat and carry a bull whip when we look if it makes you feel better. But when browsing the images within the salvage section please remember we only take images of when cars first come in, and as parts are sold daily, images often don’t reflect how a car is after a period of time. So photos are not retaken of the salvage cars after parts are removed and images are for references only, so always call ahead if coming to see a certain car in person to be sure parts are still available.
Today we started by clearing the slate. We knew we wouldn’t be needing the factory body mounts, and the other frame bracket, so GMC (yes that’s his name) and Fitz are grinding away.