How much should i pay for a 1999 ford f250 truck at a junk yard?

Question by Domenico Consiglio: How much should i pay for a 1999 ford f250 truck at a junk yard?
I dont want the people at the junk yard to rip me off so is there a value that would be reasonable for a radio for a f250 1999 truck?

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Answer by kevinjrgaston
If it’s the original radio, I wouldn’t pay more than $ 50 for it, knowing that everything still works and is in tip top shape.

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How much should i pay for a 1999 ford f250 truck at a junk yard?

Question by Domenico Consiglio: How much should i pay for a 1999 ford f250 truck at a junk yard?
I dont want the people at the junk yard to rip me off so is there a value that would be reasonable for a radio for a f250 1999 truck?

Best answer:

Answer by kevinjrgaston
If it’s the original radio, I wouldn’t pay more than $ 50 for it, knowing that everything still works and is in tip top shape.

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I got in a car accident, i only have liability on my car, should i trust people that buy wrecked cars?

Question by LcMar: I got in a car accident, i only have liability on my car, should i trust people that buy wrecked cars?
Since i only purchase liability on my car, i doubt i would get any money for it. So i am not sure what to do, except sell my car as is. But i also i am not very sure about how much i can get for my car. I have a Mitsubishi eclipse RS 2001. The front got hit pretty hard, but everything in the interior is fine as well as the driver’s side of the car.

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Answer by happymomma3
Usually if you wreck the vehicle and the motor is affected you wont get much more then 100-200 american dollars.

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How much should I expect an auto salvage company to pay for my “junk car?”?


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Question by Chloe: How much should I expect an auto salvage company to pay for my “junk car?”?
I had just gotten two new back tires (front tires still good condition, just older) on my 2002 Volswagen Passat when someone pulled in front of me and I wrecked my car. There was body damage valued probably at a couple grand, but it was still running after that and I actually drove it around for a while after that. But it has over 100,000 miles on it, and it broke down one night on a drive home. I’m still not sure exactly what went wrong in the engine, but my husband and father-in-law seem to think it may have been the timing belt. However, it had had minor electrical issues before I was ever even in the accident.
So anyways, I opted to just get the check for it, even though it wasn’t dubbed a total loss, and it’s just been sitting in my driveway for a few months now. I’m considering selling it to one of those auto salvage/”we buy junk cars” places, but I’m wondering what I should expect as a fair price. Any thoughts?

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Answer by Jessica Gentry
I sold my car to an “auto salvage” a couple years back. I had a minor accident and never drove it again due to money issues and the auto salvage gave me $ 250 for it.

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