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Choose Cresent Auto Salvage for all your used auto parts needs

by Christine Wolkin

Family owned and operated Cresent Auto Salvage in Morrisville provides several options for you to choose from for all of your used auto parts needs.

“Customers can come by as long as they have their tools for whatever part they need from the cars they can bring anything that they want to pull the parts as long as it’s not an open flame so no torches,” says Jordan Bagnell, Cresent Auto Salvage Manager and stepson of owner, Joe A. Mallozzi Sr.

Another option for customers is they can come out to the junkyard’s more than eight acres and one of the yard’s experienced mechanics can pull the part for you.

“A lot of customers do come out with their own stuff because it’s cheaper for them to pull the parts, but we also have another section of the yard which we call our full service that’s for people that don’t have tools on them, or auto body shops, or they’re way too busy to come take time out of their day to walk through the heat or the rain or even snow to pull a part. We have another section of the yard where we pull the part for them and we offer delivery service as well,” says Jordan.

Cresent’s sales associates can help you find exactly where your particular car is located in their yard, saving you both time and energy.

Jordan says customers come to Cresent because of their competitive prices. 

“We sell a lot of used quality parts for a cheap price,” he said.

“Found what I wanted right away, no hassle, pleasant to deal with. Also appreciate them being honest on phone and telling me what they have and didn’t have,” said customer Jim Paul of Levittown.

“I go here a lot and every time the employees are nice as can be. They always have what I am looking for and the prices are the lowest I have ever seen and not just a few dollars by like way over half the price, even triple. For example I needed a part that would have cost $400 at Pep Boys and I got it for eight dollars. It was for a German car that’s why it was so much for the retail price,” said Ryan H.

Cresent has a locating service that connects to hundreds of partner yards throughout the United States and Canada so no part is too hard to find. Lastly, if you’re looking to make money, the yard will buy your unwanted or damaged vehicles.

For customer’s convenience they accept cash Visa and Mastercard and business checks.

Cresent ship anywhere in the U.S. and all parts come with a 30-day guarantee. They carry foreign domestic cars and trucks.

The yard, which is located at 999 Old Bristol Pike in Morrisville, is open Monday to Saturday 8:00am to 4:30pm, and Sunday from 9:00am to 3:30pm.

The office is open Monday through Saturday from 8:00am to 5:00pm, and 9:00am through 4:00pm on Sundays.

The yard is open seven days a week, 364 days a year (closed on Christmas).

For more information, visit www.CresentAutoSalvage.com. Or call the yard at 215-295-6761.

They can also be found on eBay under the username cre9060.

PHOTO CAP: The staff of Cresent Auto Salvage in front of their ’63 Chrysler Imperial mascot, from left, Vincent Mallozzi, Jim McCann, Haley Pease, Wilson Nieves, Abigail Nieves, Maureen Mallozzi, Joseph A. Mallozzi, Sr., Damien Weaver, William Giordano, and Jordan Bagnell.