Hurley’s Used Autos meets the needs of the community
QUINCY – Jimmy Hurley, Sr. opened Hurley’s Autos in 1995.
In addition to selling used autos, Hurley’s Autos sells used parts off vehicles. The business is part of the Highlander Power Link inventory program. They have a large selection of motors, transmissions, alternators, gas tanks, fuel parts and other items in stock.
“We get parts from all over. We can get parts of older and newer model vehicles,” said Jimmy Hurley Sr.
Anyone searching for a particular part can call Hurley’s and, if not available, they can refer the customers to others who might have the part.
Customers are also encouraged to stop by and give them the name of the vehicle and part needed. They can then check the inventory of cars and parts to see if the part is in stock.
Hurley also buys used vehicles and junk vehicles. He goes to several different car sales to get the best selection of vehicles for his customers. Anyone looking for a particular vehicle can contact him and he will look for it at the sales.
Hurley’s is also able to order new parts of vehicles.
The business sells parts and vehicles, but does not do any mechanic work at the shop.
The family-owned business offers its customers the convenience of buy here, pay here. The Hurleys finance their own vehicles.
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