If you have a junk car sitting in your yard or garage that you have given up on, you can sell that car for cash. That’s right. There are motorheads out there who are chomping at the bit to buy and rebuild old, rusty, worn-down vehicles. This video explains how to do it the right way.
The first note is to make sure you don’t mislead anyone while you are selling it. Don’t try to sell the car with fake pictures, as if it were new. Be upfront with the mechanical failures and damage to the body. No one appreciates being hoodwinked.
Take pictures of every piece of the car that’s damaged. If the interior is torn up and there are rust spots around the wheel well, just show it. If the car is not operational, note it in the description. If you have a record of who owned the car, note that as well.
Find out what engine the rust bucket uses because this can drastically increase the junk car’s value. Good engines make getting the vehicle up and running again a task worth conquering.
It’s important to be honest about the condition of the car. If you’re upfront, potential buyers can estimate the cost of repairs and see if it’s a worthy investment. For more information, click on the link to the video above.