There is no doubt that there are many salvage yards in the state of North Carolina. They are all easily located by the directory or the internet. The only things with those salvage yards are they mostly have parts for domestic vehicles, the ones that are made in the US. Have you ever thought of how these cars reach salvage yards? Most times it’s the owners who take them there on their own. Either the car is damaged beyond repair or the repairing costs are too high. The owner will prefer to take it to a classic car salvage yard and try to make back some of the money that they spent on the car. The cars are arranged to take up as little place as possible. This is why you will see them stacked on top each other. The mechanic will take out any part that can be used in other vehicles and they make sure to keep detailed inventories of the cars that were brought in. They sometimes offer to take out the part as you request it and have it installed as well. Not only major parts like engines and transmissions may be removed but also windshields and windows that were not damaged are removed from the cars. One thing for certain is that owners of classical cars love to restore the old ones to good condition. With this in mind, the best place to find parts at inexpensive prices is at salvage yards. They can be located on the internet or by your local directory.