Looking for the best cash for cars in Nebraska? Look no further than The Clunker Junker!
- Junk car removal and towing is always included in your cash offer.
- Sell us your used, wrecked, broken, or rusted junk car and get cash!
- We can sometimes buy junk cars with no title in Nebraska. (not always)
From the Oglala National Grassland to Lincoln and Omaha, The Clunker Junker is paying more cash for cars in Nebraska than anyone else. We’re able to do this because as the best car buyer in the state, we buy the most cars, and can use our economy of scale to make the highest offers. Why waste your time trying to sell your car to a shady Nebraska auto salvage yard, or worse, a complete stranger on the internet. We buy junk cars, vans, trucks, and SUVs, and you know you’ll be working with the most reputable and knowledgeable company in the entire state. Just check out our reviews and see for yourself!
Nebraska is situated in the heart of America’s mid west. In many places, it’s still possible to see the trails left by our covered wagons as we headed through Nebraska for new frontiers out West. At The Clunker Junker we live by the same American values as those two hundred years ago who risked their lives to travel across the vast, flat, planes. When you sell your car in Nebraska, choose the company who cares the most about its customers, and can provide the highest levels of transparency and customer service. When you are looking for top dollar for your junk car in Nebraska, look no further than The Clunker Junker.
Before you add your car to Carhenge, let us make an offer!
Just North of the town of Alliance is a unique place called “Carhenge”, a replica of the famous rock formation Stonehenge found in England. If you have an old car that’s been rotting away in your driveway for years, rather than try and add it to this unique art installation and tourist trap, give The Clunker Junker a call instead. To put the Dorothy Lynch dressing on top, not only will we buy your car in Nebraska, but we’ll even come to you and tow the vehicle away completely free of charge. What could be better than that?
Once you have some extra money in your pocket from selling your car, it’ll be time to take a famous Nebraska road trip and head off to Memorial Stadium to watch the Cornhuskers crush the competition. Go Big Red!
Sell Us Your Junk Car for Cash on the Spot in Nebraska
Nebraska car removal services like The Clunker Junker can help keep your driveway clean and clear, while also putting cash in your hand. And it only takes three easy steps to get cash for cars in Nebraska:
Give Us Info on Your Clunker
Whether you’re driving around an old Honda Civic or newer Mercedes E Class, we'll need to gather some details about both you and your whip to sell your car in Nebraska. Expect us to ask for things like the car’s exact year, make, and model. This will give us a rough idea as to how much we can offer you before taking your old ride to an auto salvage yard. But no matter the car’s condition, you can rest easy knowing we pay top dollar for cars in Nebraska—no matter how beat up they might be.
Consider Our Cash Offer
After giving us the information we need to evaluate your car, we’ll send you a cash offer. In most cases, you'll receive it instantly on the website. If you like the amount we’re offering you, feel free to click “accept,” and we’ll get busy buying your clunker.
Collect Your Cash and Say Goodbye to Your Ride
After accepting our offer, our team will schedule your vehicle for pick up within three working days in most cases. In fact, sometimes we can even pick it up on the same day! When the Nebraska car buyer arrives, make sure you have your keys and title if it's required. Once you hand those over, he or she will give you your cash or check payment.
How much can I sell a car for in Nebraska?
We buy cars in Nebraska, even if your car hasn’t exactly had a pampered life. However, we do separate our cars into three separate groups when we figure out how much to offer you.
The Oil-Leaking Beaters
The worse-for-wear beaters that are leaking oil in driveways across Nebraska make up our first sorting category. These cars will likely be sold to Nebraska car buyers or junkyards for raw materials. Because these cars are priced by their size, we usually pay around $50 to $175 for these rides before towing them away to an auto salvage yard.
Those ‘In-betweeners’ You Could Jump Start Back to Life
However, if your car still has a chance of being drivable, then your car might be what we call an “in-betweener.” Odds are, these cars still have usable parts, so they have higher values than complete junkers. Because these cars sit in limbo, exact price tags are a bit harder for us to tell upfront. But, regardless, junking these cars will yield for more than those with missing body panels.
The Car You May Already Be Driving Around Town
Then we have the “This car isn’t junk!” examples, which may have years of useful life ahead of them. Cars in this category could be considered great used vehicles or ones that may only need minor repairs. Expect a cash offer of $200 to $10,000 if you think your car still turns some heads on the road.
How to sign your Nebraska car title
We have put together a simple guide and example for how to sign your Nebraska title when you are selling your vehicle. If there are multiple owners listed on the title, they must all sign the title unless the names are separated with "OR".
- Find the section on the front of your Nebraska title where it says "Seller must complete". That's where you'll want to sign and print. Leave the buyer section blank for now, and never write anything in the dealer only sections on the back.
- First sign the front of the title where indicated by "Signature of Seller".
Always sign in pen on the seller line, and never sign in the dealer section.
- Print (don't sign) your name on the front of the title, where it reads "Printed Name of Seller".
Always include any and all middle names or initials that are used in the owner section.
How to get a duplicate Nebraska title
The process for getting a duplicate or replacement Nebraska title is fairly simple. If the vehicle was last titled in a state other than Nebraska you must apply for a duplicate title in the previous state. The registered owner should do the following:
- Fill out the Nebraska Application for duplicate certificate of title.
- Bring your duplicate title application to your county treasurer's office.
- Please note that there may be a waiting period before a duplicate title can be issued, and the cost is $14.00. (Paid to the NE division of motor vehicles).
How to get rid of an abandoned vehicle in Nebraska
Getting rid of an abandoned vehicle in Nebraska can be a difficult process. Unfortunately, you cannot just sell any junk car that ends up on your property if you do not own it. You'll need to follow the Nebraska abandoned vehicle removal procedures. We have given a general overview of what that entails below.
You can read more about selling an abandoned vehicle in Nebraska
- Attempt to locate the legal owner of the vehicle using the VIN 17-digit number.
- If you have a posted sign on your private property, you may have an abandoned vehicle removed by private tow.
- If there is no sign posted, you must contact your local law enforcement agency. If they are unable to locate the last registered owner and/or lienholder, the vehicle will be issued a title with a previous title number noted “Abandoned.”
Law enforcement is then responsible for the final disposition of the vehicle.
Let us answer some common questions
Can you buy vehicles with no title in Nebraska?
Nope, sorry! We are currently unable to buy vehicles without a valid title in hand. However, we would be more than happy to help you get a duplicate title from your local DMV office if needed. Once a replacement title is issued, we would then be able to buy your vehicle.
What if my title doesn’t look like the one pictured?
Nebraska often changes their title documents from year to year. If you have questions about your specific title, please contact your Nebraska DMV.
Do I need to turn in my license plates?
Yes, unless you are transferring the plates to a new vehicle. You can return the plates to your local DMV office.
What should I do about my auto insurance?
You will need to notify your auto insurance company that you have sold the vehicle, so they can either cancel your policy if the vehicle was sold, or transfer/renew the policy on your new vehicle.
Is there anything else I need to do?
You may need to notify your local DMV that you have sold the vehicle. You can contact them with any additional questions or concerns about the transfer of your title.
We Pay Top Dollar for Old Clunkers in Nebraska and Tow Them Away for Free
If you’re tired of looking at your car gathering dust, reach out to The Clunker Junker today! We’re trusted all through Nebraska for giving to dollar for cars. So, what are you waiting for? Get the cash you deserve, and put it toward your next “staycation” in Omaha!
"The gas gauge registers as half full. There's heat but no A/C. The passenger door will not open from the inside (handle spring broken), and it needs to be jumped to start. It has been idle for two years."
"The car needs tires. The ones it has right now go flat after awhile. It also needs a muffler, the driver seat doesn't work, the wiper reservoir motor doesn't work, and it has had the transmission replaced. Now, it slips if you don't start off slow, and it has a cracked windshield."
"The front bumper is broken, and it has one flat tire from sitting in the driveway for a while. It turns on, the A/C and heater still work. It has issues putting the car into gear. It may be the transmission? I don't want to invest any cash into it, as I have upgraded. "
"Malibu has a blown head gasket. It does still start but hasn't run since the head gasket blew. I don't have the time to repair, and am selling to help get down payment for another vehicle. The only thing missing is the driver side visor. Small dent in a door. Everything in the car still works. "
"The vehicle has a salvage title, a strong engine, a good body and parts, but the rear suspension issues have rendered it unable to be driven. I have the title and the keys. The engine runs, the battery is in the car, and there's a new engine and a new transmission in the car as well."
"This is my daily driver to work (three miles). There is some noise coming from maybe between the transmission and the motor. The noise is louder with higher speeds, but it doesn't change when the automatic transmission changes gear. There is some rust, and there are some dents in the exterior. The interior is in pretty good shape. "