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#2965 of 3020 Re: Proper way of selling junk car in NYC [pgb205]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Nov 10, 2012 (11:30 am)
the wrecking yard isn't going to give you very much for it, but it is quick and easy. Yes, that's about it---they pick up the car, write you a check, and you give them title.
You can advertise it as a PARTS CAR, as is, where is and you might get a bit more for it.
No car dealer will want it, so forget about that.
#2966 of 3020 Re: Proper way of selling junk car in NYC [Mr_Shiftright]
Nov 11, 2012 (4:21 pm)
Is the junk yard(or whoever the buyer turns out to be) supposed to give me any sort of receipt. Or is the check proof good enough. Should I ask for a cashier's check? I also have AAA. I don't suppose they would be willing to tow the car to the junk yard?
thanks for all the great replies so far, guys.
#2967 of 3020 Re: Proper way of selling junk car in NYC [pgb205]
Nov 11, 2012 (4:29 pm)
Junk yard will give you a receipt, If you sell it on craiglist you give them a bill of sale, and fill out a release of liability
#2972 of 3020 how lucrative is a car trading business nowadays
Jan 31, 2013 (1:42 pm)
What do you think how lucrative is a car trading business nowadays ?
I mean trade car's from Australia,USA, Japan etc. to Europe and back? Do you have any experience with that ?
#2973 of 3020 Finding good low-mileage lease values
Feb 26, 2013 (9:41 am)
I want to lease a wagon, minivan, or SUV, but I will only put about 5000 miles/year on it.
How can I find out which companies/models offer credits or higher residuals for such low mileage?
Mar 06, 2013 (7:19 am)
Looking to get a car here fairly soon and wanted to ask which is a better value car to buy (new or used)
With the way the used car market is right now which would be the best way to buy taking into account that we drive our cars till they die? We plan to keep anything we buy 15+ years are have concerns buying a used car that already has a chunk of its life used up only to save a few thousand bucks. Any advice is welcome