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Buy Used Tires from a Salvage Yard

Why You Should Buy Tires from a Salvage Yard

Eventually, every vehicle will need new tires. They are a necessary part of responsible car maintenance, and are extremely important for keeping you safe on the road. Unfortunately, new tires can be very expensive, so what can you do to save a little dough when the time comes to replace? Consider buying used car parts […]

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Sell Your Junk Car

3 Reasons to Sell Your Junk Car

Your old clunker has been parked in your driveway for years. Maybe it was your first car or your college ride, and it’s too hard to say goodbye to an old friend. Or, maybe you always wanted to restore it but never actually got around to completing the project. Now that the years have passed, […]

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Signs Your Brakes Might Need Replaced

3 Signs You May Need New Brakes

Many people tend to ignore the warning signs that something is not right in their vehicle. You may notice that a function, such as brakes, is acting strange but it is just easier (and cheaper, for now) to keep driving like nothing is wrong. However, brakes are a very important safety feature and should not […]

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Save on Auto Repairs

3 Ways to Save on Auto Repairs

Everyone who owns a car will inevitably have to do repairs on it at some point. All vehicles experience some wear and tear and will need upkeep, not to mention that many people get into minor auto accidents. Even though car owners expect repairs over the years, they always seem to hit the wallet hard […]

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How to Find Used Auto Parts

Used Auto Parts Made Easy!

Car repairs can be a pain in the neck to deal with and painfully expensive. After you factor in the time from your auto mechanic,  you’ll also have to pay for new auto parts. However, you can usually save money by finding high-quality used auto parts instead. Finding the right used parts doesn’t have to […]

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Sell Your Used Car

Learn More about Our Car Buying Process

Do you have an old clunker in the driveway that you need to get rid of? Are you looking to make some quick cash and declutter your life at the same time? If so, look no further than Orthodox Auto Company. We are a full-service salvage yard located in Philadelphia, PA, and we want to […]

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Auto Restoration Tips

3 Tips to Get You Started on Your Auto Restoration Project

If you have never restored a car, you might feel overwhelmed and intimidated at the idea of taking on such a huge project. However, sometimes all you need is a list of simple tasks to focus on to make starting the restoration seem more manageable. The professionals at Orthodox Auto Company have helped countless customers […]

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Benefits of Used Auto Parts

3 Benefits to Buying Used Auto Parts

If you own a car, there is a good chance that you will need to purchase auto parts at some point. Whether your car is in need of repairs or you are restoring a classic, buying used parts instead of new ones can be a great option. When vehicles are rendered unusable, almost 100% of […]

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What is a Salvage Yard?

What Can a Salvage Yard Do for You?

You may have heard of salvage yards, or junkyards, but do you know about the many services that they provide? You might assume that salvage yards are just for “car people” but a full service salvage yard like Orthodox Auto Company offers something for everyone. If you have never been to a salvage yard before, […]

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Junk Yard Pickers

What Kind of Junkyard Picker Are You?

Junk yards are awesome. In addition to being full of interesting and useful machines, junk yards, or salvage yards, are an important part of the life cycle of a car. If you are in Philadelphia or the surrounding area, come check out Orthodox Auto Company and see how much fun you can have and, at […]

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