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B Auto Parts carries a wide variety of new OE Surplus Parts straight from the manufacturer. Sheet metal parts such as fenders, hoods, doors, truck beds, tailgates and decklids are in stock and ready to go. A wide range of headlamps, taillights, front bumper covers and rear bumper covers are also in stock. Most of these parts come in color and are offered at a fraction of the list price.

B Auto Parts is proud to operate an on-site, alloy wheel repair facility. With state-of-the-art equipment, and trained technicians, wheels can be reconditioned to have the same look and durability of a new factory wheel, at a fraction of the cost.

  • Axles
  • Engines
  • Transmissions
  • Transfer Cases
  • Differentials
  • Drive Line
B Auto Parts is a full service auto & truck recycling facility, located just across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, Mo. Our primary focus is foreign & domestic vehicles produced in the last 12 years, but we still have access to over 4 million parts through our database. So, if we don't have the part you request, ask one of our professional sales staff if they are able to locate it for you.All parts (in-stock or ordered in) are inspected for quality and cleaned before they are delivered or picked up. Here at B Auto Parts, quality, customer service and efficiency are our first priorities. We want the chance to earn your business.
The Professional Parts Group product offering features alternative parts with the performance characteristics equivalent to the parts they are intended to replace. Every product we offer is sourced by our team from the finest manufacturers in the world. Quality is never replaced by profit motives.

B Auto Parts

B Auto Parts was established in 1953 as a small corner lot scrap yard in the shadows of several steel mills and the St. Louis skyline. After a few years, founder Steve Barzoff moved the business south to its current location at 500 Madison Road. B Auto Parts mainly operated as a scrap, recycling and towing operation until Steve’s son, Charlie, took the helm in 1976. The “scrap yard” then became a true salvage yard as newer vehicles were purchased and parts were sold to local repair and body shops. As the business grew, many changes were made to better serve their customers.