Two companies have struck a deal to bring back car-specific auto parts

Two companies, RockAutoParts and Salvo AutoParts, are bringing back car parts for a limited time.

The deal includes Salvo’s new auto-parts brand, AutoRX, which will also bring its popular AutoRx Turbo and Salux engines back for the new year.

RockAutoParts, founded in 2008, is a leading supplier of automotive-related parts to more than 40 auto dealerships in California, Oregon and Washington.

Salvo, founded by former Chrysler Automotive Group CEO Jeff Schulz, offers a full line of automotive parts including parts for cars and trucks.

The AutoRox line includes Salux, which was sold to General Motors for $1.9 billion in 2012.

RockAuto, based in California and headquartered in Las Vegas, also makes parts for several automakers including BMW, Toyota and Hyundai.

Rockautoparts also makes components for the Tesla and Jeep brands, which are also owned by General Motors.

Salvo also makes vehicles for BMW, Ford, GM and Chrysler, and also sells parts for Porsche and Jaguar.

Salux has an existing relationship with General Motors, and it has a number of employees working on the AutoRax line.

Salutes for both companies were held at their respective headquarters in the U.S. and in China.