Junk cars for cash in Aloha with free pickup.
Do you have a car in the driveway that you’d like to put out of its misery? Are you ashamed to invite people over because of the eyesore in front of your house? Are your repairs going to cost more than your car is worth? Ouch. We feel for you. That’s a rough situation, but we have the remedy for it. We buy cars in Aloha, OR.
Yes, you read it right. We buy cars. We can give you cash for cars in Aloha, OR even if they’re . Yes, we’ll pay cash for cars. Yes, we’ll buy them no matter what they look like. We buy pretty cars, ugly cars, stagnant cars, banged up jalopies and everything in between. No car is worthless to us. Every car has some value, so you can feel confident about working with us. We can’t say it any other way.
The process is fairly easy. The first thing you need to do is gather all the information about your car so that you can tell us what you have. You need to know who made the car, what year they made it, its model name and other details about the conditions and color.
We will research the value using or company protocol, and we will offer you what we feel we should offer. If you’re pleased with the offer we make, let us know by accepting it. If you’re not happy, you’re under no obligation to sell your vehicle to us. You can gracefully decline or let us know why you don’t feel that the offer is sufficient. We may be able to arrange something more reasonable with you. We feel that you will be overjoyed with our offer, however. Not only that, but we have a reputation for being more generous than our competitors. Want to know if the rumors are true? Get in touch with us ASAP.
Sell us your junk car today in Aloha
A lot of vehicle owners go wrong by trying other methods before they contact us. Craigslist, newspapers, eBay and windshield signs are some of the most common ways that consumers try to sell their vehicles on their own. It’s your right to sell your car any way you like, but wouldn’t you like to get paid for it this year?
You’ll receive a tangible offer from us within minutes, not weeks, month or years. You don’t have to wait until someone sees your car on the side of the road with a sign on it, and you don’t have to relist it if no one bids on it. Most of all, you don’t have to feel embarrassed because of a no-show. When you deal with us, you take the easy route. Isn’t that the way it should be?
Another reason to contact us to get cash for cars in Aloha is that we pay you right on the spot. We will send someone out to your office or home, and this person will present you with a check that same day. You can then take that check and spend it any way you please. It’s all yours, and your clunker is all ours at that point.
We also pride ourselves on our courteous attitude toward our clientele. We love people, and we love helping them to make their dreams come true. You deserve to receive award-winning customer service no matter what you’re selling or buying. Our agents are always kind, knowledgeable and quick to help explain the processes if there’s something that a client doesn’t understand. Those are some of the biggest reasons for you to contact us rather than another company. Our buyers would love to hear from you, and we can almost guarantee that we will say yes to buying your car.
Our Aloha car removal process is always free
Here’s a quick recap of the process of getting cash for cars from us:
- Contact us with car details
- Receive an amazing offer and stellar customer service
- Accept offer and set up a pickup date
- Get a check for your car on the spot
We provide free towing and car removal with every purchase deal. Not all junk car buyers are willing to foot the bill for towing. If you go through us, you can rest assured that you will get the whole wad of money that we promised you, and you won’t have to do anything to get it. Just tell us what you have, and we’ll tell you what you can get.
Are you ready for a no-nonsense exchange of a car for cash? Give us a quick call or complete a short form to get your quote. We’ll let you know what it’s worth, and you can sell your junk car from there.
If you prefer to get a quote over the phone, you can reach us at (888) 383-4181 during our normal business hours.
Do you pay cash for junk cars in Aloha, OR with no title?
Yes! In many cases (though not all) we can buy junk cars in Aloha, OR 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 Oregon. 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 Aloha, OR 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 Aloha DMV
Portland, Oregon, 97225
Can you pick up my vehicle on the same day?
We can often pick up the majority of vehicles in Aloha within 1 to 3 business days. Note, however, that your local buyer or carrier manages all their own pick up schedules, so we can never guarantee a specific pickup time 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 requirements of the buyer near you who makes a bid on your vehicle. While some of our buyers do pay cash for cars, many have started using checks for the safety of truck drivers and better record keeping. If you are paid by check, keep in mind that The Clunker Junker fully guarantees all payments and will pay you in full if there is any issue with the local buyer!
Recent offers made near Aloha, OR
- 2008 Mazda 5 Sport Dec 03Aloha, OR97006Runs and DrivesSalvage Title
- 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe Gls Awd Nov 29Aloha, OR97006Doesn't startClean Title
- 1998 Ford Escort Wagon Se Nov 26Aloha, OR97007Doesn't startClean Title
- 2007 Honda Cr V Ex Awd Nov 26Aloha, OR97007Doesn't startClean Title
- 2006 Chevrolet Malibu Lt Nov 25Aloha, OR97006Runs and DrivesNo Title
- 2004 Ford Escape Xls 4 Wd Nov 23Aloha, OR97007Runs and DrivesSalvage Title
- 2001 Honda Accord Sedan Lx V6 Nov 21Aloha, OR97007Doesn't startClean Title
Here is what other customers have said:
"The driver door does not open. The passenger door opens. The sliding door interior part is detached, and you have to push it in to open it from the inside. It does not open from the outside because the door handle is broken. "
"I also have additional parts that are needed in order to fix the car. However, I can't afford to fix it, and it's just taking up space. Therefore, I would like to sell you the additional parts I have as well as junk the vehicle. The car isn't mobile right now, and that is only because the battery is dead. Once the battery is charged, it'll be mobile again. The car wasn't being driven because of a few minor issues."
"Parts and labor to install new left front control arm/ball joint assembly - $469.00. Reseal intake manifold and valve covers - $631.00. Reseal timing cover - $678.00. Install new drive belt - $98.00 ($50.00 if done with timing cover reseal). Install new battery and clean all acid/corrosion - $158.00. Flush brake system - $105.00. Test for cause of right mirror in/out operation inop - $95.00. Test for cause of intermittent operation of windows - $190.00. This is what I was told would need to be done to get it back in working order. "
"The title is lost, but it's free of any liens. It has no battery, needs a water pump and knock sensor. It has been parked for almost a year, and it needs suspension work on the front end."
"The timing belt just snapped. The cost to repair it is $650, so it's not worth keeping. The left power window is working. Some of the dash lights are on, but the Toyota inspection department said that the lights were shorted. All of the systems ABS, etc. were working currently despite the lights being on. The vehicle drove fine prior to the recent timing belt snap."
"I hit a speed bump and damaged the oil pan. I would not drive the vehicle after that, the main reason being so that I wouldn't seize the engine. The engine did not overheat. I don't believe there is any engine damage. It's been sitting for two months, so the battery is dead."