What is another word for junkyards?

22 synonyms found


[ d͡ʒˈʌŋkjɑːdz], [ d‍ʒˈʌŋkjɑːdz], [ dʒ_ˈʌ_ŋ_k_j_ɑː_d_z]

Junkyards, also known as scrapyards, salvage yards, or wrecking yards are places where abandoned or damaged vehicles and other items are disassembled and sold for their individual parts. These yards are a popular destination for auto enthusiasts and professional mechanics searching for hard-to-find car parts. In addition to cars, you may also find appliances, furniture, and other miscellaneous items in a junkyard. Salvage yards may also be called demolition yards, wrecking yards, or auto graveyards, depending on the region. Ultimately, no matter what they're called, these scrapyards offer a treasure trove of parts and items for those with an eye for the unique or a need for spare parts.

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How to use "Junkyards" in context?

When most people think of a junkyard, they think of a place where old cars and rusty bicycles are tossed aside. But there is so much more to a junkyard than that. A junkyard can be the perfect place to find the perfect piece of jewelry, or a new computer keyboard.

There are many different types of junkyards, and they all have their own specialties. Some junkyards are specifically dedicated to collecting cars, while others focus on collecting antique dolls, antiques, or weapons.

Whatever your needs, there is likely a junkyard that has what you're looking for.

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