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  2. Auto Parts Warehouse - Wikipedia


    Throughout the US. Products. Auto Parts and Accessories. Parent. CarParts.com. Website. www.autopartswarehouse.com (no longer active) Auto Parts Warehouse (APW) is an American online retailer specializing in automotive parts and accessories for cars, vans, trucks, and sport utility vehicles.

  3. List of auto parts - Wikipedia


    This is a list of auto parts, which are manufactured components of automobiles. This list reflects both fossil-fueled cars (using internal combustion engines) and electric vehicles; the list is not exhaustive. Many (not all) of these parts are also used on other motor vehicles such as trucks and buses.

  4. CarParts.com - Wikipedia


    CarParts.com sells auto parts and accessories for car repair, maintenance, and collision to a wide range of customers in the continental United States. In addition, it also has a catalog with over 1 million products.

  5. eBay - Wikipedia


    In August 2022, the company acquired the myFitment group of companies, specializing in online sales of automotive and powersports parts and accessories. In October 2022, the company acquired TCGPlayer, a marketplace for collectible card games, for up to $295 million.

  6. Advance Auto Parts - Wikipedia


    Advance Auto Parts, Inc. is an American automotive aftermarket parts provider. Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, it serves both professional installer and do it yourself (DIY) customers. As of October 2023, Advance operated 4,785 stores and 320 Worldpac branches in the United States and Canada.

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  8. O'Reilly Auto Parts - Wikipedia


    O'Reilly Auto Parts. O’Reilly Automotive, Inc., doing business as O’Reilly Auto Parts, is an American auto parts retailer that provides automotive aftermarket parts, tools, supplies, equipment, and accessories to professional service providers and do-it-yourself customers. Founded in 1957 by the O’Reilly family, the company operates more ...

  9. BuyAutoParts.com - Wikipedia


    Website. BuyAutoParts.com. BuyAutoParts.com is an auto parts retailer based in San Diego, California. The company sells automotive repair and performance parts through its ecommerce website and over the phone. [3] In 2012 they had sales of 32 million.

  10. Pep Boys - Wikipedia


    Pep Boys. Pep Boys is an American automotive aftermarket service chain. Originally named Pep Auto Supply, the company was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1921 by Emanuel "Manny" Rosenfeld, Maurice "Moe" Strauss, W. Graham "Jack" Jackson, and Moe Radavitz. Pep Boys is headquartered in the Philadelphia suburb of Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania .

  11. Automotive aftermarket - Wikipedia


    Among online retailers, Amazon.com and eBay Motors are the largest sellers of aftermarket parts and accessories in the U.S. by both units sold and revenue, and are expected to grow 25% in 2014, far outstripping traditional chain stores.