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Parts, Accessories and Components for Over 50 Different Car Makes – Welcome to BuyAutoParts.com

With BuyAutoParts.com, it’s always easy to buy the car parts you need. And thanks to an over ever-expanding selection, we’re confident you’ll find the exact component you’re looking for – regardless of vehicle make or year.

Find Your Car Make Right Here – The Easiest Way to Locate High Quality, Low Cost Parts

BuyAutoParts.com sells parts and components for well over 50 different car makes. Some are defunct, others have changed ownership through the years, and a select few have maintained their original company name throughout the past century or so. Whatever your particular car make and model is, search for car parts in our warehouse first – you’ll find superior replacement parts at the best possible prices.

Search for all of your car parts right here. Just pick your car make, model and year for pinpoint part selection. Shop for your vehicle’s OEM part replacements at BuyAutoParts.com – we’ll meet or beat any other price, and you’ll also enjoy free ground shipping for any order over $50.00.

Here are some interesting facts about some of the car brands we sell parts for:

AMC (American Motor Corporation)

Founded in 1954, AMC vehicles were a big part of the American automobile market for over 30 years. AMC added the famous Jeep car make in 1970, and acquired other well-known brands with its partnership with Renault through the 1980s. Chrysler eventually gained majority ownership of AMC, and by 1988, the last AMC automobiles were produced. Some of the more popular AMC models included the Pacer, Hornet, Jeep Cherokee, Spirit, Concord and Eagle.


When Japanese automaker Honda decided to enter the luxury car market, Acura was born. Initially very similar to its Honda counterparts, Acura has evolved to include some of the most critically acclaimed car models in the past quarter century. In 1896, the initial production year, just over 50,000 Acura cars in the U.S. were produced. This car make’s success is reflected in the latest production numbers: in 2015, Acura produced nearly 200,000 automobiles in America alone!

Alfa Romeo

One of Italy’s most respected car manufacturers, Alfa Romeo is a proud member of the “century plus club,” those carmakers who’ve been in business for over 100 years. Alfa Romeo embodies fine Italian styling, European efficiency and legendary pedigree. Some of the most renowned designers and engineers have made Alfa Romeo a sought-after car make. Just one of AR’s many innovations include the first double overhead cam engine, dating back to 1914.

Aston Martin

British automobile luxury is defined by Aston Martin, one of England’s oldest and iconic car makes. James Bond’s preferred car brand, Aston Martin has a loyal following of fanatics around the globe.


Audi is one of Germany’s best luxury car makes, with an award-winning lineup of sedans, SUVs and sports cars. From the flashy A1 to the sophisticated Q5, Audi always delivers exceptional style, quality and performance.


BMW (Bavarian Motor Works) turns 100 years old in 2016, and many car experts think the vehicle make is as good as ever. Refined styling, top-end luxury and typical German engineering are the hallmarks of BMW’s car lineup.


Although Bentley was bought by Volkswagen in 1998, the British luxury brand continues to make its mark in many beloved models, including the Flying Spur, Mulsanne and Bentayga.


Buick has made a comeback lately, driven by its affordable luxury-focused lineup. Founded in the late 19th century, Buick has overcome sluggish performance in the 70s and 80s and now produces well over 1,000,000 automobiles per year.


Few car brands carry the cache of Cadillac. Luxury, a loyal following and brand-name recognition have made Cadillac one of the most popular car makes in the world. It’s also one of the flagship car brands of General Motors.


An all-American car make if there ever was one, Chevy’s tagline as “The Heartbeat of America” rings true with its millions of satisfied customers. Despite numerous internal acquisitions, Chevrolet is firmly established as one of the “Big 3” U.S. automakers.


Chrysler is owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, giving this once exclusively American car make a decidedly international character. This vehicle make is also known for subsidiary brands including Dodge, Ram and Mopar.


From 1982 to 2011, Daewoo introduced mass-produced Korean automobiles to the American market. Paving the way for auto manufacturing giants like Hyundai, Daewoo also is known for creative marketing slogans, including this one from 1995: Daewoo, That’s Who!


Known primarily for its rugged collection of trucks, Dodge also produces pulse-pounding muscle cars such as the Challenger. This car make is under the Chrysler umbrella of vehicles.


Eagle soared in the late 80s and early 90s, but the car make was eventually sold off to Daimler Chrysler in 1998. Popular Eagle models were the Talon, Vision, Wagon and Summit.


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