Whether you are buying a part for your own car, or are in the auto repair business, we are one of the top service oriented, premier salvage yards in the tri-state area. Our 8-vehicle strong delivery fleet, all experienced drivers, ensures you a quick delivery and our newly implemented quality control program will ensure all parts from our yard will be thoroughly inspected for your satisfaction. All repair shops, please take advantage of our services to help you repair your customer's cars on time, all the time....read more

How Buying Used Auto Parts Helps the Environment

Did you know that about 15 million vehicles reach the end of their useful life cycle each year in the USA? What happens to old cars? Most of them get dismantled and their “still decent” parts get resold through places like All American Auto Salvage. Once a vehicle’s parts are removed for resale, typically a…
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Reasons to Replace an Engine Rather Than Buy a New Car

Cars and trucks, for some owners, become part of the family. Much like a beloved cat or dog, a man’s car or truck often receives lots of attention, care and concern. If the vehicle is in good condition then the owner is good; if it’s not, the owner is not happy and wants to fix…
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Buy These Car Parts Used to Save Money

Did you ever wonder what car parts are worth buying used instead of new, in order to save yourself money? You’ve come to the right place. At a place like All American Auto Salvage, we get customers who like finding a bargain or two. They appreciate that we have such a wide selection of used…
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Reasons to Buy Used Auto Parts Instead of New Ones

Why buy used auto parts instead of new ones? Think of it this way: when your vehicle was in production, parts were made specifically for it. Perhaps you have an older car or truck that’s no longer in production. The people who made the original parts might have passed away, but their parts live on,…
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Steps to Take to Prepare Your Car for the Worst Parts of Winter

The wintertime can wreak havoc on your vehicle. Between the freezing-cold temperatures it will have to endure every time you start it up and the snowy and icy conditions that often come along with the colder months, your car, truck, or SUV will have to work extra hard to make it through the winter. Check…
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Reasons to Buy From an Auto Salvage Dealer

When you’re thinking of buying a car, there’s new and used, of course, but there’s also salvage. You can buy vehicles from an auto salvage dealer for an affordable price. While most people assume they know what the term salvage means, just for clarification purposes here’s a decent explanation: Joe’s driving a 2012 Dodge Caravan….
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The Benefits of Getting Auto Parts from a Salvage Yard

Did you know that All American Auto Salvage dismantles over 1,000 late model cars and trucks annually? In business since 1983, if you do the math, that’s a heckuva lot of vehicles we’ve taken apart! Our four acres of land in Rahway, New Jersey, contain auto parts that just might be exactly what you’re looking…
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Why Salvage Yards Are Good for the Environment

That water bottle you just threw in the trash will take more than 400 years to degrade… did you realize that? Humans, now more than ever, consume a lot of stuff, daily. Then we throw stuff out, in garbage cans, or, perhaps, recycling bins. Think of all the plastic water bottles you’ve used and/or you’ve…
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Why You Should Check a Used Car’s VIN Number Before Purchasing

Much like people have fingerprints that identify them as individuals, vehicles each have their own specific vehicle identification number, commonly referred to as the “VIN” number. This code is made up of 17 characters including digits and capital letters. Where can you usually find a vehicle’s VIN number? There are several places, such as on…
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The Appeal of Buying Used

The price for a new car has skyrocketed in recent years. According to Edmunds, the average price of a new vehicle cost a record $34,077 in 2016, and it doesn’t look like the price of new cars, trucks and SUVs is going to go down anytime soon. As vehicle manufacturers have added new features like…
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