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04/04/2017
By: Kevin M.
Brickyard Imported Car Parts
Walked into business and was ignored. Very rude and ignorant employees. Never will spend another dime here.
08/12/2015
By: Mr B.
Brickyard Imported Car Parts
Terrible business. Steve the supposed sales manager sold me a junker Mini Cooper manifold (comes with a catalytic converter). He claimed it had 40K miles but it was a rusted piece of crap. At some point someone welded the two flange bolts to the flange this made it completely useless. I bought the part thinking it was bolt-on as it should be if it were not modified. Long story short they want me to pay freight to return it and the original freight (100 bucks). Steve was completely unprofessional and really a total dummy. He told me to go to an exhaust shop and somehow trick them into doing something when it's illegal to weld to a catalytic converter. Keep in mind I do my own work and bought it with the intention of bolting it on, like the original. Don't give your money to a business that would employ such an individual.
08/12/2015
By: Mr B.
Brickyard Imported Car Parts
Terrible business. Try and not deal with Steve (supposedly their sales-manager). They sent me a Mini Cooper exhaust manifold (comes with a catalytic converter) that according to Steve had 40K miles. The manifold was super rusted and at some point the rear bolts were welded to the flange. I bought the unit thinking it's a bolt-on just like my original. This wasn't the case it was modified. Master-Muffler would not touch it since it's illegal to weld to a housing that holds a catalytic converter. Long story short Steve was very unprofessional and requested that I send it back and pay not only the freight but also the original freight. Stay away from this junk yard it's not worth giving money to someone that can employ a total dummy with zero interest in customer service or ownership for their own mistake. Had I known ahead of time I would not have purchased the item.
06/22/2014
By: Vitalife_mt@yahoo.com G.
Brickyard Imported Car Parts
Wow!!! these two comments are from Rip off Brickyard morons. No one normal person can say they are kind , polite and excellent service providers.This is worst place I ever saw in my 48 years.Ralph is a King of parade, rude, arrogant,RACIST. I am originally from Mexico and was discriminated, humiliated and finally ripped off.Charged me 10 times higher price for broken parts. Stay away from Psychos.
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