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QualityStocks News - Car Monkeys Group (CKMY) Providing Alternatives to Costly New Car Part Purchases

QualityStocks would like to highlight Car Monkeys Group (OTC: CKMY). The company, via, is one of the largest and fastest growing online cars, vans and SUV parts distributors in the United States. Founded in 2010, the Wyckoff, New Jersey-based company formerly was known as Delaine Corporation and changed its name to Car Monkeys Group in February 2015.

In the company’s news:

Ten minutes after the 2009 Ford Mustang pulled into the garage it became apparent through his sense of smell, the vehicle was leaking gas. Unable to identify where the leak was coming from with the naked eye the owner’s thoughts moved to a necessary drive to his friendly, conveniently located Fortune 500 automotive repair retail shop.

Following the ‘Free’ diagnostic emissions test, the Ford Mustang owner was informed that indeed his gas tank did have a leak but until it was removed completely from the car for a full inspection, the leak’s whereabouts would remain unknown. A couple hours of labor cost later, a pin-size hole on the top of the tank was indeed found. The only solution offered by the national chain shop manager was to replace the old tank with a brand new one which of course could be ordered and delivered inside of 48 hours. And once the new tank, muffler assembly and back seat bench were put back the way they were prior to the tank being removed, for only $1850.67 the Ford Mustang owner would be good to go.

What many people may not be aware of is that their 5-12-year-ld vehicles, also known as, ‘depreciating assets,’ are prime candidates for used car parts. Market data would indicate our Ford Mustang owner would have a very good chance at finding a used gas tank in the range of $60-$70 dollars. The part may not have its original shine anymore, but the solution would have far less economic impact on his wallet.

Car Monkeys Group (CKMY) operates – one of the largest and fastest growing online cars, vans and SUV parts distributors in the USA. The company provides an impressive selection of quality used parts for a wide range of vehicle makes and models. Supporting the selection are competitive prices and comprehensive warranties.

Providing access to more than a few hundred thousand parts for many different vehicles, all parts are ready to ship from one of CKMY’s many warehouses and dismantling centers around the country directly to your mechanic or to your residence. The company aims to deliver a hassle-free shopping experience in a market that has been known to be complicated and confusing especially for the typical vehicle owner. The company’s Part Finder section helps the site visitor locate the right part quickly and efficiently.

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