Languages:  English  
Currencies:  

About Us

In December 1980, A-Al's Motorcycle Salvage began in the modest surroundings of Al's Auto Salvage Yard in St. Louis. The company's mission was simple: to provide used affordable motorcycle parts to the St. Louis area. A-Al's moved to Martin Luther King Drive in 1984. In 1987, company president Gary Meyer bought out one of A-Al's original owners and renamed the company Archway International Motorcycle Salvage (A.I.M.S.). Although the company continued to grow, Meyer began to see that the St. Louis market wasn't big enough to enable A.I.M.S. to thrive the entire year. So in 1989 he started a mail-order business called Fog Hollow to complement the existing company's walk-in business. Now the company sells parts nationally and internationally. The decision to include a mail-order business proved to be the boost the company needed and set the stage for long-term expansion.

The spacious and historic three-story building at Martin Luther King Drive, once used as a ballroom, roller skating rink and auto parts company, now houses more than 100,000 used parts, of all kinds, and is an integral part of the overall plan at A.I.M.S. Fog Hollow. Some of the manufacturers we feature are: Harley, Harley-Aermacchi, Benelli, Bridgestone, Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki, and many more!

Back
Zen Cart