Whether you’re looking for a replacement engine for your supercar, or that bit of bumper trim for a Renault, SYNETIQ, the UK’s leading vehicle salvage and recycling company, has you covered for used car and motorcycle spares.
Increasingly private buyers are keeping their vehicles moving by purchasing parts from SYNETIQ’s stock of original car and motorcycle items online, with the peace of mind that each part has been thoroughly inspected and has full traceability back to the donor vehicle. The majority of parts come with a six-month warranty and even the hassle of shipping is sorted, with free delivery on most items.
As the largest seller of used car and motorcycle parts via ebay in the UK, SYNETIQ’s approach to accurately cataloguing and describing each part means it’s the best place to start your search. With 150,000 (and growing) components online now, and up to 10,000 new items added every month, it’s a treasure trove for car enthusiasts, hobby mechanics, restorers and even modifiers.
Prices start at just £5, and the majority of parts are listed as buy it now items – ensuring you get what you need as quickly as possible for the right price.
Five finds on SYNETIQ’s ebay store
- 2011 Maserati GranTurismo engine – £7250
- 2018 Ducati Multistrada 1260 Pikes Peak engine – £2990
- Five Land Rover Defender Boost alloy wheels/tyres – £800
- 2003 VW Transporter T5 WAECO CR50 fridge – £310 (bid)
- 2006 Ford Transit, passenger door mirror – £10
Supercars and luxury saloons are just as much a part of the inventory as more common vehicles and in the last 12 months alone, engines and drivetrains from Bentley, Maserati, McLaren and Porsche have been sold for re-use alongside the more popular items such as door mirrors and lamp clusters for family cars from Ford, SEAT and Vauxhall.
Dave Bradley, Ecommerce Manager at SYNETIQ said “The sale of parts through ebay has really taken off over the last few years, but we saw a phenomenal jump during the first lockdown in 2020. With people at home, and spare time on their hands, they cracked on with repairing or upgrading their cars. We’re seeing sales grow every month and are working to add even more parts to the store every week.”