Cash Auto Salvage

5 Reasons Not to Leave an Unused Junk Car on Your Property

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Do you have an old junk car that’s been sitting on your property since Nixon was president? Not cool. Don’t get us wrong – we love vintage cars! The older, the better – as long as it drives like a Sunday morning. But if the vehicle that’s squatting on your yard doesn’t run and has … Read more5 Reasons Not to Leave an Unused Junk Car on Your Property

Junking 101: “When Is It Time To Look For Junk Yards Near Me?”

When you live in a country where 88% of people own a car, you’re probably used to driving. Your car has given you a lot of good times, but now the bad outweighs the good. Getting rid of a car doesn’t have to be difficult, and if you do it the right way you could earn … Read moreJunking 101: “When Is It Time To Look For Junk Yards Near Me?”

Everything You Need To Know About Auto Salvage

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Are you thinking about selling your car for cash to an auto salvage yard? When you sell your car to a salvage yard, you get instant cash. Salvaging a vehicle can be an excellent means of getting an unwanted vehicle off of your hands quickly and easily. There is more to auto salvage than meets the eye, … Read moreEverything You Need To Know About Auto Salvage

Selling Junk Cars for Cash: Factors That Impact the Amount You Receive

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People who sell their junk cars for cash provide the raw materials to transport the nation. Each year, between the US and Canada, enough automobiles are recycled to produce about thirteen million new cars. But when you go to sell your scrap car, it can be difficult to know if you’re getting a fair price. This is … Read moreSelling Junk Cars for Cash: Factors That Impact the Amount You Receive

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