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Pick-A-Part Jalopy Jungle JunkYard in Nampa (ID)

Address: 3931 Garrity Blvd, Nampa, ID, United States
Phone: +1 208-466-8468
Services: Junkyard
Methods of Payment:
  • Accepted Credit cards
  • Accepted Debit cards
  • Not accepted Cash only
Website: Website
ZIP Code: 83687
Open Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:30:00 PM

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We Are Junk Car Buyers With Over 30 years in the Industry, Working Since 1992

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Pick-A-Part Jalopy Jungle serves the community of Boise, and Twin Falls as well as the surrounding areas. We offer the best value for self service recycled auto parts and the most competitive unwanted vehicle purchasing program! Give any of our 5 locations a call and see what we can do for you today.
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Working time & Location

Friday 8:00 AM - 5:30:00 PM
Monday 8:00 AM - 5:30:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM - 3:30:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:30:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 5:30:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:30:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:30:00 PM

Zip Codes

  • 83687

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What clients say about Pick-A-Part Jalopy Jungle in Nampa (ID)

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People there are awesome, But the inconsistency in prices is what the rating is for. Removed 1 engine and payed 80$ for what was left of the motor. Removed another, same condition and same make 325$ today. You find this out after spending a hour pulling a motor tends to leave a bad taste in your mouth. Pushed the wheelbarrow back outside with the motor in it and left. While I like the people I don’t have that kind of time to waste so will be looking elsewhere.

Paul Ormsby

04/06/2024 17:41:03
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I'm by no means a regular customer, but on occasion, and rarely I have an hour during business hours to stop into a wrecking yard. It was like many other times I have visited, usually pretty well organized and people were friendly enough. It was when I left that everything changed. All I can say is one better watch the clock because no warning is given to people in yard when this yard is closing. Depending on how much later you finally leave the yard, you may find someone yelling at you and very rudely telling you to drop what parts you have on the way out. My regular job involves needing to stay open until people leave and while I have frustrating nights, there is no reason to yell at customers. I was past 4 pm on Sunday. I can understand cashier tills being closed and the need to get home. Yelling and acting this way to people isn't good business. Check the times because you might even get locked in is all I am saying. My reply to the response: I think I am fair in making this experience known with the full admission that I missed the times. People need to get to their families. I too have had to miss time with my own family being at a job past closing time. It wasn't my intention to be over. It is my intention to raise awareness to a deeper problem and that is what warrants yelling and continuing to yell after being informed that they don't need to get angry with someone over an accident. While signs are posted, other yards I have been at have PAs and I have apologized as I do here for being there past the allotted time. I don't have much time to be there in the first place, but I do care about other people's time. Please consider that there are more situations than just that of those who work at a place. I will leave the star and will say the gentlemen that was working the counter was courteous despite the yelling in the back drop. Thank you for what it takes to provide such a service though, I do appreciate the effort it takes.

Jeremy Felkel

03/04/2024 05:13:34
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Your business isn't going to last with your current training, leadership and model. I came in to buy a piece of scrap metal from a panel that WILL go to a scrap yard for recycling. You guys insisted that a $5 piece of scrap from an unusable panel would cost me $100. You'll never see another dollar from me for trying to bend me over a barrel like that and I've spent a fair amount over the last couple of decades just trying to save a buck. I'll just buy new at cost parts now. I found a new sheet of metal 8x the size for $35 and you won't even get $100 for scrap rates now. One star for being stupid and not wanting money.

Ben Dahlman

04/11/2024 00:01:34
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