Lawrence from Kirksville, a Clinical laboratory technician, recently sold The Clunker Junker his 2004 Dodge Neon Se. He did have his title signed and ready to go and he was using the car to commute to work. The vehicle had some removed rims and it had approximately 193,000 miles on it when the car was sold. There were a few hanging or removed exterior parts such as bumpers, fenders, doors, etc. The Clunker Junker offered his $125 on it and hauled it away at no cost around Sep 03.
"The transmission is bad and the front tire is bad. The front bumper is missing, and the drivers side fender is bent. It has 149,000 miles and I need something else. "
Here's what Lawrence had to say about his 2004 Dodge Neon and about us:
The rear taillight on the driver's side is knocked loose, but it is still working. The rear view mirror is broken but still there. Otherwise, the mirrors and glass are good.
The car battery was fully charged, no jump start required!
Yeah, it would start fine but it had a flat battery. You had to jump it
The passenger side front tire was knocked off because it was damaged in an auto accident. I got slammed by an Accord and broke the ball ball joint.
I was quoted $125 for my car. This was a lot more cash than the two other buyers we got offers from. Selling my junk vehicle to The Clunker Junker was so much easier than the hassle of listing it on a classifieds site like Ebay. Just not needing to mess with no-shows and looky loos was more than worth it.
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"There is some rust over the rear wheel wells, and some minor dents and scratches. It runs great, but does need work. The two rear tires, the alternator, and battery have been replaced within the past year."
"The car is in great condition, but the owner is away. He contacted me and asked that I just junk it for cash. "
"I inherited this junk car from my dad. It needs a fuel pump, but I just can't afford it. "
"The transmission went bad and we could not afford to get it fixed. The mileage is around 120,000. The car has been sitting for almost 2 years. The engine itself should be good. I don't have the title, but I do have registration document for it. The car is paid off."
"I think the problem is the computer or the alternator. I have a new battery and new alternator, but I didn't get it connected properly. The car looks good just send me an offer. "
"The air conditioner buttons are missing. There are two small dents on the side of the car. The catalytic converter needs replacement so the check engine light stays on. "