Al's Auto, Inc. 4339 Old Lincoln Hwy Trevose, PA 19053 Parts Department 888-396-2199 215-322-2199 Rebuildables/Repairables 800-355-8855 215-355-2738  Al’s Auto, Inc. sells late model rebuildable salvage cars, trucks, SUV’s, vans, minivans, recreational vehicles and pickup trucks both imports and domestics. These repairable vehicles include repossessions, fresh water flood damage, recovered theft vehicles, vandalism, collisions, wrecked cars, damaged cars, fire damage, and insurance loss vehicles.
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About Al's Auto, Inc.

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Parts car storage yard, over 2,000 parts cars on racks.    Main office and rebuildables lot, over 200 rebuildable
vehicles in stock.
 

Al's Facilities 

  • Al's Auto is a family owned and operated business established in 1948.
  • We offer used, new and rebuilt parts, we sell and install engines, transmissions and rear ends and we sell rebuildable vehicles.
  • Our facilities are located on 20 acres in Trevose, PA a suburb of Philadelphia.
  • We employ over 135 people.
  • We use our computer system to catalog and track over 1,000,000 parts.
  • We process approximately 6,500 vehicles per year.
  • We are a proud members of PARTS (Pennsylvania Automotive Recycling Trade Society) and ARA (Automotive Recyclers Association).
  • We have been certified by the ARA (Automotive Recyclers Association) through their CAR (Certified Automotive Recyclers) program. The ARA Gold Seal program, available only to those ARA members who have completed CAR certification, ensures excellence in customer satisfaction through improved customer service, quality parts with accurate descriptions, reliable on-time deliveries and written product warranties. Established by ARA with an endorsement from the Automotive Service Association (ASA), the program allows recyclers to join forces to take a proactive stance to improve quality and increase customer satisfaction.
  • Our rebuildables department is a member of the Pennsylvania Independent Dealers Association (PIADA).

The following are some available facts about the North American automotive recycling industry:  

  • In 2006, the gross annual revenues are an estimated $25 billion.  
  • In 1997, auto recyclers acquired 4.7 million vehicles for the purpose of recycling.*  
  • Recycling vehicles provides enough steel to produce almost 13 million new vehicles.* 
  • An estimated 11 million gallons of oil and, 6 million tires were recycled in 1997.*  
  • Automotive recyclers spent nearly $50 million on environmental compliance in 1997.*  
  • The majority of automotive recycling businesses used a computerized inventory system.*  
  • Automotive recyclers provide wholesale and retail customers quality parts that sell for up to 50% less than the comparable new parts.  
  • Automotive recycling businesses employ some 103,108 people at more than 8,267 businesses in the United States.*  
  • An estimated 86% of automotive recycling companies is full-service and employs 10 or fewer people.*  
  • The majority of automotive recyclers can often locate parts faster than new part dealers because the facilities are connected by telephone, satellite and/or computerized communications systems to recyclers across the globe.*  
  • Automotive recycling decreases insurance rates by purchasing inoperative vehicles from insurance companies, thus allowing for recovery of financial losses. These vehicles came primarily from individual owners and salvage auctions.*  
  • Automotive recycling keeps highways and roads clear of abandoned and disabled vehicles by providing a place to deposit these vehicles.

Sources:

*Most recent ARA statistical data regarding the automotive recycling industry. Data compiled from a 1997 survey by the private consulting firm, Axiom Research Company and Automotive Recycling: Your Cars Afterlife (2-13-2006).