Make Money Off Your Old Cars

Sell Old CarWhen your car breaks down or gets into an accident, it often sits in your driveway doing nothing—for a long time. Many people just don’t know what to do with old cars when they’re no longer usable. But don’t let that heap of metal fool you! You could actually be sitting on some quick cash.

At Orthodox Auto Company of Philadelphia, we pay top cash dollar for any vehicle you push, pull, drag, or drive to our family-owned and -operated salvage yard. Your car might not even run, but it still holds value in terms of usable auto parts and scrap metal. Here’s what you need to know.

Our Process

Most customers who want to sell their old or accident vehicles are surprised by how quick and painless our process actually is. When you’re ready to sell your car, all you have to do is follow these four simple steps:

  1. Contact us for a free quote. Your first item of business is to call us at (267) 326-2020 or fill out our online quote form to get an estimate from our staff.
  2. Decide whether to accept the quote. You can choose to accept or to walk away from our no-obligation quotes. No pressure if you decide your car is still worth more to you to keep it.
  3. Schedule to have your car picked up. If you decide to sell your car, all you have to do is schedule a convenient time for our staff to pick it up. Be sure it’s cleaned out and that you have the keys and title ready.
  4. Get paid. When we pick up your car and find everything as described, we’ll give you a company check right there on the spot.

Our car-buying process really is that easy. Just check out what satisfied customers have said about their experiences with Orthodox Auto.

About Us

Orthodox Auto Company is a Philadelphia salvage yard, used auto parts distributor, and car rental company. We’ve been doing business here in Philly since 1979, and we continue to set a high standard for what we do and how we do it. To find out more or to get started selling your old car, contact us today at (267) 326-2020.

 

photo credit: Kevin via flickr license

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