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Aug 24, 2019

How to Get the Most Cash for Your Junk Car (And Better Options)

Your car has reached the end of its useful life, and now it’s taking up a parking spot. One glance at it and you know that it’s worth a fraction of what you paid for it, but you can still convert it into cash. What is the best way to sell a junk or scrap car? Should you sell it privately, sell it for scrap metal, or trade it in at a dealership? And how do you know what a good price is?

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