Want To Sell My Car Parts
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Sometimes cars become too expensive to maintain, where some people will pay to have it towed away. Well instead of giving up the car to someone who will be
selling off the parts, why not try selling them yourself? Selling car parts can make you a decent amount of money. If you want to sell your car parts, you need
to find the right customers.
The first place to find someone who would buy these parts would be at your local junkyard. Yards make their money by taking apart the
cars that they have, and by selling them. Most yards do it on the side, but a few have made a million-dollar business out of it. Junk yards usually buy the whole
car dirt cheap and then part it out themselves, as customers come looking for a carburetor, radiator, set of brakes, or whatever else the customer may need. If
there's a demand for your model year and the junkyard doesn't have any in, the junkyard might do business with you.
Another outlet for used car parts is the local newspaper's classified section. Run an ad and see what happens. Selling parts from your car isn't going to make you
a lot of money, but it beats just leaving them on the car as it's towed to the junkyard. You can also sell your car parts by word of mouth. You never know what can happen.
If you can't sell your parts through the normal venues, you're going to have to be creative. If you've got parts that are worth some money, and in excellent
condition, try putting a note on community bulletin boards in stores, the library, or wherever you can put one up. Online bulletin boards for your area are also
good places to list car parts for sale. If you post your name, number, city, and your make and model year, you might connect with a mechanic who's been searching
for your exact item. If your parts are the only ones around, you can make some good money.