The Swift name is synonymous with Auto Recycling
Auto Recycling has always been a family affair with the Swift's.
Back in the 1940's, OF "Orrie" Swift first opened Swift's Auto Salvage. As the business grew his son Dale came onboard to help manage the growing venture. In 1975 Dale purchased the salvage yard and it flourished.
Dale’s sons Mike and Steve grew up at the yard and worked there throughout high school and joined Dale full time after graduation. In 1999, Mike and Steve ventured out on their own and purchased Trails End Auto Salvage. They started small with a few thousand cars, old equipment and an ancient computer system.
Now the Swift’s have come full circle, combining the best of both auto salvage yards in one - Swift’s Trails End Auto Recycling. Their experience means you can count on the parts and service you purchase.
Swift’s Trails End has over 100,000 parts in their inventory all searchable via their state of the art computerized inventory . Swift’s can also access various multi-state parts networks to find the part you need. Don’t waste your time calling around and visiting chain stores - let Swift’s do the leg work for you.
Not only did they get my fender to me over night, but the personal service was great!! I found Swift Auto Parts to beCynthia Lee Clark customer
Didn't have my part, but found someone who did. I called looking for a part, and when they didn't have it I was preparingGoogle User customer