50 Carrington Rd, Toowoomba QLD 4350, Australia
50 Carrington Road Toowoomba QL
Car Repair, Store
(07) 4634 7171
Monday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
About the business
South West 4WD | 4x4 Wreckers Australia
4x4 Parts are in our DNA. 4WD Wreckers of Toyota Landcruiser, Hilux, Nissan Patrol, Navara + all other major 4x4 models. 100's of wrecks. New stock every day.
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Recent Google Reviews
Natalie Lamborn said 4 years ago
I received excellent service from Jake and the fellas, they let me walking around the yard and have a look at my options. Jake was genuinely helpful getting back to me with a prompt quote and photo of the part I was looking for. Felt surprisingly comfortable, as girls sometimes get ripped of at these places. I did get two second opinions on price and was very satisfied with my purchases. Thanks😏Dad will be very happy.
Brooke Harris said 3 years ago
They helped me the most with such short notice. Saved my partner and I more money in the long run abd they were so patient as well :)
Kirk d'anastasi said 4 years ago
New owners have good customer service. Realistic on pricing. They actually return phone calls and follow up. Nothing is an issue. Easy to get along with.
John Foster said 4 years ago
Hands down these guys are the best wreckers Ive ever dealt with, helped me out with an intake and exhaust manifold for my L28 engine. I always recommend them when somebody needs a 4x4 part.
Ashley Collins said 4 years ago
very pleased with optional arrangements for collecting parts on a saturday as this was the only time i could get there excellent thanks cheer's
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