You have a salvage car that’s roadworthy but you just don’t want to drive it anymore. Instead of letting it gather rust and dust in your garage, you should sell it to get some cash. Remember, if your old car can still run, you don’t have to sell it to a junk yard. You can make a lot more money if you sell your salvage car to a buyer who restores salvage cars.
One of the fastest ways to sell your car is to post an ad of it on the Internet. Chances are, you’ll get too many responses to your ad, so limit queries by explicitly stating in your ad “No Negotiations,” “Final Price” and “Best Offer.” You may also instruct people to contact you via your preferred means of communication, for instance, through e-mail or mobile phone. This way, you don’t have to respond to messages over too many platforms.
Next, upload clear photos of your salvage car taken from different angles. Take pictures in daylight, so they’re absolutely clear. By showing as many angles of your car as possible, you further reduce queries of interested buyers regarding the condition of the car. Make sure to take pictures of the tires, bodywork, interior and parts under the hood. You don’t have to edit the pictures or hide anything because as long as your salvage car is roadworthy, you’ll surely find many interested buyers.
Finally, specify other aspects of the car, such as alloy wheels, tires in good condition, leather upholstery, CD-changer device, etc. You’ll likely receive plenty of responses to your ad, so be patient in answering every relevant query. Take note that buyers will likely be looking to restore your salvage car, so be as honest as possible when answering their questions.
If the buyer offers the right price, seal the deal, and that’s it! You get to earn big money from your old clunker rather than letting it rot in a corner. Start taking photos of your salvage car today and post an ad of it on your chosen website.