New Castle resident Donna, who makes a living as a Safety inspector, sold us her 1994 Ford E 350 Chateau Club Wagon recently. She had the pink slip and there is moderate body damage on the car such as paint damage, dings, rust, etc. It had approximately 196,000 miles on it when she sold it and she was driving the vehicle to and from work with no problem. All the tires and wheels were on the car and full of air. We towed her car away at no cost on Aug 30 and issued her $150 payment on the spot at the time of pickup.
"This is a good truck and chassis with under 100,000 miles but the motor home shell is damaged beyond repair (water damage). Engine is good and strong, just needs a belt and batteries. Tires in good condition, too. "
Here's what Donna had to say about her 1994 Ford E-350 and about us:
Yes, but there was a loud ticking coming from it when it was running.
The battery was fully charged, it started every time!
Nothing is taken out, the interior is in good shape, actually! We took great care of it.
It has several dents and a small spot of rust on the rear fender. Someone rolled into me at the movies.
Well I was looking to sell the car for about $225, but I now we're told that they are giving scrap metal prices and includes removal. I was paid $150 cash for my 1994 Ford E-350. Maybe it was lower than I expected, but I’m thrilled they at least towed the vehicle for free so that is nice.
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"It has 150,000+ miles but has worked great since I got it. It's still driveable but there are some issues that need to be addressed before it's truly road worthy. It needs new brake pads and wheels, plus has some deeper issues tied to leaking fluids. If I had the time and energy to fix it myself I could get it back on the road for under $400 using spare parts but I don't have the time. To have it fixed professionally would cost around $1,000 which is more than the truck's worth. "
"Vehicle has 108,000 miles on it with a blown transmission. Body is decent, some rust. It has been sitting in my dad's garage for a few years. I just want to junk it."
"My Toyota is a 1990 powder blue DLX. It was my first car and I put a lot of cash into it. I believe the starter went out. The engine turns but wont fire up. I am moving out of state and I need to junk it."
"Car has an ignition switch problem that keeps draining the battery power out of the vehicle. Must disconnect the battery cable every time it is not running to prevent the battery from going dead."
"Going to junk it because the transmission slips in 2nd gear. Minor cosmetic issues, shifter cable broke, so you have to put it into drive by twisting the steering column."
"I believe it's the timing belt that's wrong with it. It turned off on me yesterday while driving home from work. My other car also broke down on me and I can only afford to get one car fixed, so I'm trying to get cash for one to get the other fixed. Mileage is about 155,000."