flanaganshepherd6's avatar

Birthday: 03/10

Contact

  • Add to Friends
  • Send Message
  • Trade Items

Equipped List

Interest Tags

Remind me to update my interests.

Wish List

 

About

<center>




</center>



If you're bold enough to go this route, you could save yourself a tremendous amount of money if you buy a salvage car. But first you'll need to find a salvage car. Auto salvage yards are like dealerships for salvage cars. Wrecked cars, those that have been in accidents and the like, end up on these yards, and are there for the taking if you know how to look. You can often find salvage yards in a phonebook or on the Internet. lkq locations should call ahead of time to see if they have any salvage cars available for you to buy.



pick your part Another option to get cash for your junk car is to sell all working parts separately. It might be a challenge to take the whole car apart and wait for buyers to come, but some people prefer this option.



Many times I do hunt for my Mercedes car parts in the Mercedes junkyard parts and I have not been disappointed at all. Instead of having to dig deep in my wallet, I bag a bargain in this sort of places. The point is that, there are certain car parts that never go out of fashion.



Only call the salvage yard as a last resort. Salvage yards are only willing to give you the minimum for your junk car. For obvious reasons. They receive calls all the time from people that want to get rid of their cars for a buck. You are no different. They are in the position to make the rules.



lkq pick a part No title? Not to worry.... The local Licensing department has the forms. You will need a form releasing you of liability. You simply fill out the form stating that you DO NOT own the Body and that it is abandoned.



Over the years, I learned another little handy trick that seems to help when it comes to saving money on parts for my car. You know all of those old "buy here, pay here" car lots? Well, if you run into one that is locally owned, you may get a little deal on any spare parts that they have laying around. Many times, these spare parts are just lying around and cannot be used for anything in the lot. The owners of these little side car dealerships love to make a fast buck and are often more than willing to part with a few vehicle parts to make some fast cash.

My Aquarium

Your aquarium is undergoing maintenance!

Friends

Comments

Signature

 

Recent Visitors

Forums

Posts per Day: 0.00

Total Posts: 0

My Playlist

You currently have zero playlists!