72 Carrington Rd, Toowoomba QLD 4350, Australia
72 Carrington Road Toowoomba QL
(07) 4630 4199
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
Saturday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Reviews for City Auto Wreckers
Be the first to write a review for City Auto Wreckers. Start your review today
Recent Google Reviews
Kirk d'anastasi said 3 years ago
I am really impressed with city auto wreckers. I have been using them for about 10yrs now with my business. I just recently had purchased a gearbox and it was faulty. No fault of city auto wreckers. These things happen. But I was straight on the phone to them once I had found out there was an issue. Then called me back within the hour with a replacement gearbox. No extra charges. No fuss. My customer was happy with the end result. From this result city auto wreckers will be gain alot more business from us and referals. Thanks, guys keep up the good work.
Jacqui Doyle said 4 years ago
Scott was really helpful even sending me photos of the components I required as I am from out of town. Even though I did not end up buying from him, he continued to be helpful throughout our communications. Thoroughly recommend these guys!
Kim Hanrahan said 5 years ago
They were quick n organised n had the part ready to be picked up in 15 mins
Diedri Shepherd said 4 years ago
David Smith said 4 years ago
Latest News Headlines
A man fell to his death after plummeting from an upper level of the Chase center during a Phish concert on Sunday night.
Critics of the military government say it is trying to rebuild its international reputation after it was excluded from the upcoming ASEAN summit.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said Monday that China's reported development of a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile would be "the biggest game-changer in the last 40 years," if true.
A glance behind the rhetoric reveals the government’s hypocrisy.
More than 60,000 law enforcement officers were assaulted in the line of duty last year, up 7.2% from 2019, according to a report released Monday by the FBI.
Indian authorities have moved thousands of migrant workers in Kashmir to safer locations overnight, while hundreds have fled the Himalayan valley after a wave of targeted killings, two security officials said on Monday.