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Part Pricing

Pull-A-Part Store

By philosophy and design, our pricing structure is intentionally simple and cost reducing.

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Pull-A-Part's pricing model is unique, but makes perfect sense…so it is easy to understand. Each specific part has the same price, regardless of the make, model or year of the car in which you find it. So the price for a 6-cylinder engine is fixed, whether it is in a 1972 Plymouth Fury or 1996 Mercedes. Simple, Easy and huge savings - that is the Pull-A-Part way.

Here is how you read our price list:

  1. Find the part you are looking for.
  2. The "Standard As-Is Price" - is the base price.
  3. If you would like our 30 Day Replacement Warranty - you should add the "With Warranty Add" amount to the "Standard As-Is Price". This means if the part does not work and you want to return it for credit - all you have to do is come back to the store with your receipt and marked part within 30 days of your purchase and you can come out and get a replacement part OR if you cannot find the right part when you come back you can receive an In Store Credit for the value of the part that can be used for any part that Pull-A-Part sells. Please note that we cannot give our customers cash back on these warranties.
  4. There is also what is called a "Core Charge" on some parts. The core charge, sometimes called a core price, is a form of deposit you pay until returning your old part. If you don't have the core at the time of purchase, you must pay the core charge. That charge is refunded to you when you return the core of the old part. So if you do not have the old part you will have to pay this core charge - if you do have it then you will not have to pay this charge.
  5. Taxes and a small regulatory/environmental fee is charged to each transaction.

The list below shows a representative sample of the LOW prices that we offer:

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