Get cash for your junk car in North Dakota today!

  1. You'll be paid right on the spot by one of our awesome North Dakota junk car buyers.
  2. We pay cash for junk cars in North Dakota and give instant offers up to $10,000!
  3. We provide the fastest cash for junk car service in North Dakota.

North Dakota might just be the most underrated state in the USA. It currently ranks at the top of the list as one of the happiest states and one of the best places to live. Thanks to its booming oil industry, North Dakota also tops the list for number of millionaires per capita! Maybe you haven’t struck oil just yet, but we can put a little extra cash in your pocket anyway. That’s because The Clunker Junker pays cash for cars in North Dakota, and we will also pick up the car completely free of charge. If you have an old clunker rotting away in your driveway, give us a call. We make it incredibly easy to sell your car in North Dakota.

Have you ever heard of the Enchanted Highway, which leads in an out of the town of Regent? There are seven amazing sculptures on the road, all made out of scrap metal. Artist Gary Greff has found a way to turn things like cars into incredible art pieces. Often, when we pay cash for cars in North Dakota, those cars end up in an auto salvage yard. The raw materials from your car can be reused and recycled into everything from art to new cars. Selling your car is good not only for the Earth, but good for your wallet as well!

We buy cars in North Dakota, as well as trucks, vans, SUVs and more. When you sell your car to us, you can be absolutely sure you’re working with the best junk car buyer in the state, and we have the reputation to back that up. Check out our reviews and see for yourself. Many of our competitors intentionally make it difficult to research them, but we do not hide. In fact, we are extremely proud of the service we provide and how much our customers in North Dakota love us. From Fargo to Bismark and beyond, let us buy your junk car today.

Check out how easy we make it to get cash for cars in North Dakota

We’ve been buying cars in The Peace Garden State for over a decade. In that time, we have learned from our customers what they really want. They want top dollar for their car, and they want it picked up as quickly as possible. We’ve streamlined our process in such a way that we can pay cash for cars in North Dakota in around three business days or less in most cases. Here’s how it works:

  1. Tell Us All About Your Junk Car

    We'll need to gather some details about both you and your vehicle to sell your car in North Dakota. For starters, we’re going to need to know the exact year, make, and model of the vehicle, so that we can give you a rough idea of what we can offer you before taking it to an auto salvage yard. But what if your car’s not in the best of shape? Don’t worry: we still pay top dollar for cars in North Dakota, regardless of how many fender-benders they’ve had in the past.

  2. Review Our Cash Offer and Decide for Yourself

    After you’ve given us the information we need, we’ll give you a cash offer. In most cases this offer will be given instantly right on the website. If you like the amount we’re able to provide you with, then all you have to do is click "Accept" and we'll get you scheduled for pickup with one of our North Dakota car removal specialists.

  3. Let Us Take Your Clunker Away

    In many cases our North Dakota junk car buyer will pick up the car within the next three working days. We’ll schedule a driver to come out and pick up your car. At that time, the driver will ask for your keys, title, and vehicle in exchange for your cash or check payment. No need to worry about paying any towing fees—because they’re free.

Sounds easy, but how much can I sell my car for in North Dakota?

We buy cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs in North Dakota in most conditions. But, we do separate our junk cars into three categories for appraising:

The Cars People Forgot They Had

Has your car been gathering dust for years now? Odds are it likely belongs in our first category, automotive clunkers. These vehicles will be recycled or sold to North Dakota car buyers and junkyards for raw materials. The size and weight of the car will determine just how much we can pay for them. Generally speaking, you can expect around $50 to $100 for your clunker before we tow it off to an auto salvage yard.

Cars That May Just Need Some Elbow Grease

Think your car would be good to drive after a few repairs? Well, you might have what we call an “in-betweener.” Because these cars vary in condition, it can be hard for us to pin down an exact price. Nevertheless, junking these cars will give you a higher cash offer than those in our first category.

Those Cars That Are Basically Great Used Cars

Are you still driving the car you’re looking to junk around town? If you are, then your car isn’t probably at all! Expect a cash offer of $200 to $10,000 if you think your car could very easily be sold off as a great used car.

How to sign your North Dakota car title

We have put together a simple guide and example for how to sign your North Dakota 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".

  1. On the front of your North Dakota title is a section that says "Assignment and warranty of title". This is the section where you will want to sign and print your name. Make sure to leave the buyer/transferee lines blank, and don't write anything on the back in the dealer reassignment sections.
  2. First sign the back of the title where indicated by "Signature of Seller/Transferor" (see image).
    Always sign in pen on the seller line, and never sign in the dealer section.
  3. Print (don't sign) your name on the back of the title, where it reads "Hand Printed Name(s) of Seller(s)".
    Always include any and all middle names or initials that are used in the owner section.
Front of North Dakota title
Front of North Dakota Title
Back of North Dakota title
Back of North Dakota Title

How to get a duplicate North Dakota title

The process for getting a duplicate or replacement North Dakota title is fairly simple. If the vehicle was last titled in a state other than North Dakota you must apply for a duplicate title in the previous state. The registered owner should do the following:

  1. Complete the SFN 2872 Application for Certificate of Title and Registration.
  2. Complete a lien release if needed.
  3. Bring your completed duplicate title application to the DOT office (except Williston).
  4. Please note that there may be a 1 to 2-week waiting period before a duplicate title can be issued, and the cost is $5.00. (Paid to the ND Department of Transportation).

How to get rid of an abandoned vehicle in North Dakota

Getting rid of an abandoned vehicle in North Dakota 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 North Dakota 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 North Dakota

  1. To have an abandoned vehicle removed from your private property, you must first contact your local law enforcement office.
    If the vehicle is missing vital interior components, more than (7) seven years old, and does not display valid license plates, the vehicle will be immediately disposed of. If the vehicle does not meet all (3) three requirements, law enforcement will attempt to locate and contact the last registered owner and/or lienholder.
  2. If the last registered owner and/or lienholder have failed to respond or certified mail has returned undeliverable, the vehicle will be sold at public auction.

Can you buy vehicles without a title in North Dakota?

As much as we’d love to, we can’t. Our buyers in North Dakota do not currently buy without title. However, if you need help getting a duplicate title, The Clunker Junker would be happy to help! Once a replacement title is received, we could then buy your car.

What if my title doesn’t look like the one pictured?

North Dakota often changes their title documents from year to year. If you have questions about your specific title, please contact your North Dakota DVS.

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 DVS 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 DVS that you have sold the vehicle. You can contact them with any additional questions or concerns about the transfer of your title.

We Buy Junk Cars in ND and Pick them Up ASAP

Towing away cars and paying you cash on the spot is our specialty. So, want to get rid of your junker for good ol’ cash in ND? Reach out to The Clunker Junker today, accept our cash offer, and finally free up your garage and put money in your pocket!

  • Sam's 1991 Honda Accord
    1991 Honda Accord

    "There are a lot of good parts. The motor is still good. It doesn't have a battery. There are minor things to fix in order for the car to be driveable again. I just never had time or a place to sell it part by part."

  • Kevin's 2002 Saturn SL1
    2002 Saturn SL1

    "The car was damaged by a rear-end collision. The rear bumper has a dent on the driver side that loosened the housing for the taillight and brake lights and makes opening and closing the trunk difficult. I changed the car over to a salvage title because the insurance company estimated the cost of repairs to be greater than the cost of repairing the bumper."

  • Sandra's 1983 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
    1983 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

    "We took out a 305 and switched to a 400. The vehicle has brand-new pistons, crankshaft, lifters, push rod, all of that is brand new and has never been worn in or started. It needs the motor wiring and the motor checked over to make sure everything is adjusted properly before firing it up. It's pretty much an incomplete project that can be picked up by someone else. It also has a small rip on the rear quarter panel, but it has since been bonded, painted and primed. Like I said, this is a project car to be picked back up on. We payed $1,500 for the engine block, pistons and heads to be done and all the fixings at a local mechanic shop. These guys do an awesome job at that shop. It's a one of a kind vehicle and very rare."

  • Dane's 1997 Volvo 850
    1997 Volvo 850

    "I'm junking the vehicle because it needs a new transmission, and I can't afford it. The transmission is the only part of the engine that is not working, and it is in the car right now. Nothing is missing, it is all still in there, it's just broken. "

  • Breylon's 1999 BMW 323
    1999 BMW 323

    "The battery is dead. I just had the vehicle towed and looked at by an automotive shop. They said the engine has antifreeze seeping in, so that means the engine is no good. The car does not drive as fast as it should because of this."

  • Elizabeth's 1997 Toyota Corolla
    1997 Toyota Corolla

    "The radiator is out because my car is overheating. I have four new tires on the car. I have the receipt. Also, we have the receipt for the battery from a shop less, and it's less than a year old."

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