Want cash for your junk car in Charlotte? Look no further than The Clunker Junker!
It’s a beautiful Saturday morning in Charlotte, NC. No one else is up, so you grab a cup of coffee and head to the porch for some quiet time before the chaos begins. You sit down with a happy sigh. But wait! Your quiet morning calm shatters as your eye catches sight of the “thing” in the driveway. There sits Grandma’s 1996 Chrysler Town and Country, and there goes your peaceful easy feeling, ugh!
You inherited Grandma’s car a while back. When you first got it, you thought you’d get it back on the road someday. But, by now, you know that’s not going to happen. What can you do with it? Craigslist is a hassle. No one will buy the old junker now anyhow, right?
Wrong! If you want cash for cars in Charlotte, NC The Clunker Junker is the trouble-free way to get it. Fill out the form on our website and get an instant offer, right here, right now.
Our cash for cars service in Charlotte is the no-hassle way to solve your problem. We can take care of your Chrysler Town and Country or any other car for that matter. And, you’ll get cash for it, too. Use the extra money to catch a NASCAR race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway or the hall of fame, sit on the 50-yard line at a Panthers football game at Bank of America stadium, or root for the team from behind the Hornet’s bench.
The Queen City, named after Queen Charlotte, wife of England’s King George III, was once known as the 10th smoggiest city in the United States. The people of Charlotte didn’t let that stand for long. They banded together to put green and sustainable initiatives in place. Charlotte now boasts some of the cleanest air in the country. We at The Clunker Junker embrace a green and sustainable philosophy as well. Our cash for cars Charlotte service provides an eco-friendly solution to getting rid of your unwanted vehicles.
The easiest way to sell a car for cash in Charlotte
We buy cars in Charlotte and make it easy to get an instant offer through our simple website submission form. But first…
As your Charlotte car buyers, we require the following information before we can make an offer on your vehicle:
- Exact year, make, model and trim type on the vehicle.
- ZIP code of vehicle’s current location.
- Whether you have the title or not. Not having a title doesn’t necessarily mean we can’t help.
- Vehicle condition — does the car run, does it have body damage, has it been in an accident, does it have loose bumpers or broken lights? Provide an accurate description. Our Charlotte car removal service accepts cars in almost any condition. Accurate answers ahead of time reduce the likelihood of disputes at pickup.
Fill the form out as completely and accurately as possible, hit submit, and bam! Faster than getting a soft serve ice cream cone at Mr. K’s, you get an instant offer. If you like it, accept it. It’s as easy as that. The offer won’t change as long as the information you entered on the form was correct.
After you accept our offer, we’ll need a few more pieces of information, including your name, contact information, the vehicle’s exact location and, in some cases, ownership verification and photos. After we get that, we’ll arrange pickup with an approved and background checked Charlotte car buyer.
When we buy junk cars in Charlotte, towing is always included
That’s right, you don’t pay a thing. In fact, when the buyer comes to pick up your junk car, you’re the one who’ll get paid. We never charge for towing like other junkyards in Charlotte, NC.
What are you waiting for? Get an instant offer now and see just how quick and easy it is to sell your car in Charlotte.
Getting rid of Grandma’s Town & Country, or any other junk car, doesn’t have to be a pain. You don’t have to post on Craigslist, Autotrader or eBay, waste time waiting for people who don’t show up or just want to kick tires and haggle with people who want something for nothing. Who needs that?
There’s too much to do in Charlotte to spend time you don’t have to get rid of a car you don’t want. Fill out our form and accept the offer. Then go back and enjoy your quiet Saturday mornings again.
If you prefer to get a quote over the phone, you can reach us at (888) 383-4181 during our normal business hours.
Can you pay cash for junk cars in Charlotte, NC with no title?
Yes! In many cases (though not all) we can buy junk cars in Charlotte, NC with no title. In all cases you will need to be able to prove you own the vehicle. That is usually done by showing a photo ID matching a valid registration for the vehicle. In some cases additional paperwork is also needed. Contact us if you have any questions about what is needed to sell your car with no title in North Carolina. Note that we can never buy abandoned vehicles under any circumstance.
If needed, the legal owner of the car should be able to easily obtain a replacement title through your local Charlotte, NC DMV as seen below. Most states require a small fee for replacement and turnaround time can be anywhere from instantly to a couple of weeks:
Your Charlotte DMV
Charlotte, North Carolina, 28216
How long does it take to tow away my vehicle?
We can usually pick up the majority of vehicles in Charlotte within 1 to 3 business days. However, your local carrier or buyer manages all their own pick up schedules, so we can't ever fully guarantee a specific pickup window on the carrier's behalf. Same day pickups are sometimes possible, but never guaranteed.
What form of payment will be made, cash or check?
Whether you are paid by cash or business check depends on the policies of the local buyer who makes a bid on your vehicle. While many of our buyers do pay cash for cars, a lot have started using checks for better record keeping and the safety of tow drivers. If you are paid via check, keep in mind that The Clunker Junker fully backs up all payments and will pay you in full if there is any issue with the local buyer!
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Here is what other customers have said:
"The car has a head gasket leak which is too expensive to repair. Otherwise, it's in fine working order. The vehicle does start and run; It just requires coolant to be added frequently, directly to the engine."
"It is a great car. I have had her forever, but sadly, my husband has lung cancer, and we have not been able to keep up on her maintenance. I did just put in a new fuel pump, so she starts and runs, but once you start to drive, she sputters and dies. I just cannot keep putting cash into her. We are just selling everything we can to pay for costs of treatments, medicines, etc. We're junking the vehicle to try to keep our heads above water. "
"Clean title, and none of the dashboard "error" lights are on. The car has an automatic transmission, power windows and locks, and clean interior, etc. The hood, roof and trunk are slightly damaged from painting. The car needs cosmetic painting (I can give you a new can of paint for that, if you are planning to paint). I put a new fuel injector and coolant tank in the car, recently. The vehicle does have some minor problems. The gas gauge goes down while on hills, but then it goes back to the normal level. When turning the steering wheel at lower speeds, sometimes the car makes a creaking noise. There's a small engine oil leak (not sure about that). Despite these minor problems, the car runs well."
"I have a '97 Ford Explorer. It still cranks up, but it has a rough idle. No shop can figure out what's wrong with it. I think it's the fuel filter and the fact that it needs a tuneup. The catalytic converter is there, and all tires and parts are there. I'm trying to get a $250 cash offer. I just replaced the alternator. You can call me. I'm really trying to junk it by tomorrow and put the cash towards another car."
"I purchased the vehicle used in February of 2015 for $2,000. The clutch went out after only six days, and it hasn't been driven since. I ordered a new clutch kit and had it replaced, but it still won't stay running when started. I was told that I bought the wrong clutch, or maybe it just needs to be adjusted. I cannot afford to deal with the vehicle any longer."
"The vehicle is in good condition. 4x4 works. It has a bad motor, and there's some rod/rocker "knocking". It has nice leather interior, good tires, the A/C works. The body, glass, lights, etc., are all good."