Great deals on cars happen at every stage of a car’s life cycle. From the first day you drove that bad boy off the show room floor at 20 percent off the sticker price all the way to the time you bought a used car for about a week’s pay, you’ve understood that the price of a car is an extremely pliable thing. Of course, it works in both directions.
When you look to sell and get yourself some cash for cars, you don’t have to be too fancy about it. Anything can be an investment — for every seller there is a buyer and vice versa. While you might initially think that an ancient junk pile couldn’t possibly have any hope of selling, you coulc be seriously surprised at what some paint and mechanical work can do.
Some people say that a great car is all but immortal, and can be brought back from what most people would consider death. While no one is quite sure when the point of no return happens, as long as cars have something salvageable in them they still have some value to offer up. Rather like real estate on tires, a car has value regardless of whether it’s pretty, new or anything but those two cars in the photo. So when you think about throwing your hands up and whining, “I need to sell my car,” ask yourself if you want to spend any more. This too can pass.