Auto parts are cheap.
That’s not a surprise given that they are often sold for a fraction of what they cost.
But a company called Henry Auto Parts is selling the same items for a low price.
For about $20, customers can get a car key fob, a tool belt, a belt-drive steering wheel, a keyless ignition switch, and more.
This isn’t the first time the company has sold items for pennies on the dollar.
But Henry has been doing it for a while now, and the price is a big deal.
The company also sells car parts for under $10, with many items costing under $2.
The prices are low enough that Henry CEO Aaron Sosnick says he has sold over $10 million worth of items in the past month.
Henry sells the key fobs, belt-drives, and keyless switches to the public via an app, which can be purchased through a website.
Sosnik says Henry’s customers include businesses who sell things like air conditioners, car parts, and even toilet paper.
In the past, Henry had an exclusive partnership with the National Motorists Association.
But this time, the company said it plans to partner with other automotive and consumer groups.
If you are looking for something to buy at a fraction off, check out the Henry auto part section of Amazon for the items for under 5 cents.
Related: Why are cars so expensive?