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Cash Auto Salvage Blog

Thinking of selling your car? If yes, you’re in the right place to discover tips and tricks to get the best value for it. We have in-depth information about how to sell a car, junk cars, junkyards, scrap prices, common problems, auto parts, and other car selling tips.

How to Sell a Damaged Car

If you want to sell a damaged car, there are some unique challenges ahead. Depending on the extent of the damage, many of the usual customers will be driven off. That said, it’s still possible to

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How Long Does a Jeep Wrangler Last?

Jeep Wranglers exemplify luxury while still providing great prices. These cars are particularly great for people with an active lifestyle! If you’re interested in selling your old car and buying a Jeep, you might be wondering

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10 Signs You Need a Car Engine Rebuild

The prospect of a faulty vehicle provokes anxiety for several reasons. First, there’s the inconvenience of dealing with it when you’ve got work or a social appointment. Then there’s the most important aspect — safety and health.

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How Long Do Honda Pilots Last?

Are you shopping for cars right now and thinking about buying either a brand-new Honda Pilot or one of the many used Honda Pilots that are out there? If so, you’re going to be getting your hands on a great

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How Long do Ford Explorers Last?

Since 1991, Ford Explorers have been the powerful vehicle of choice of families all across America. Why do people love their Ford Explorer? Besides their great looks and range of exceptional SUVs, people love the reliability

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