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We Buy Any Car

We Buy Any Car Is Not just a slogan

It’s not just a phrase for us. Really. At, when we say, “We buy any car,” we take it seriously. The name may be new to you, but we’ve been around since 2007. Since then, we've bought pretty much everything, from a 2016 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT and 2012 Lamborghini Gallardo to a 1982 Rolls Royce Silver Spur, a 2014 Honda Accord and everything in between.
It doesn’t matter if they’re wrecked, damaged, don’t run or are completely broken down. As a matter of fact, we prefer cars in rough shape. We buy cars in less-than-perfect condition.


We buy any car.

If you’ve had trouble selling your car through the traditional outlets, like trading it in or selling it through the classified, we’re your best option. The great part of “any car” is the “any” part.
Cars with a salvage title, totaled cars, wrecked cars, broken-down cars, collision cars, cars with a bad transmission or a blown engine… it really doesn't matter. We will do our best to give you a great offer for your car.
Don’t let dealerships or people on the Internet get you down. Damaged cars have less value, but they do have value. will give you the best offer for your not-so-perfect car. Our team looks your car’s year, make, model, condition and location to make the best offer.


Thinking about Repairing Your Car?

Did you know, you car could lose up to 30 percent of its value if it's been repaired after an accident, no matter how great the repair job? Save yourself the time and hassle of fixing your car and sell it as-is to
After your car is damaged from an accident, it’ll be worth less than it was before the collision. But, like we said, it still has some value. This value is know as its “salvage value”. The definition of salvage value for a car is, “The remaining value of a damaged car after the cost of repairs are subtracted from the undamaged value of the car.”
You might need to know the salvage value of your car is you have a car that isn’t going to be repaired because it’s a total loss (the cost of repairs outweigh the value of the car) or can’t be sufficiently repaired. A car in this situation is often referred to as a salvage car or salvage vehicle. We buy those too. They fall under the “any” category.
Usually, insurance companies will cut you a check for your car after an accident. If it can be repaired, they’ll give you a check to cover the repairs. If it’s totaled, they’ll pay you for the undamaged value of the car.
But, there’s a third option. If it’s totaled, you can opt to keep your salvage car. This is called “owner retention. In this case, the insurance company will calculate the salvage value of your car and reduce any settlement payout by that amount. You’re essentially buying your salvage car from the insurance company.
Is there a clear salvage value formula? Unfortunately, no. There’s no simple, clear-cut formula for calculating a car’s salvage value, as there are quite a few variables at play. Pre-accident condition of your car, extent of damage, year, make, model, mileage, demand for parts from your car and your location will all have an impact on your car’s salvage value.
But, in most cases, you can take your salvage value check or your repair settlement check and still sell your car to in order to avoid that 30 percent hit to your car’s value post repair. This allows you to recoup a bit more of the loss you suffered after the accident and get into a newer, better, undamaged car. Just click the button below to get an offer for your car, today!

We Buy Any Car
We Buy Any Car Process

The process is simple. Just click the “Get an Offer” button, enter some details about your car. In most cases, we can give you an instant offer, right there on the spot. For some cars, we may need photos or a bit more information to give you a guaranteed offer. In those cases one of our professional buyers will reach out to you ASAP.
Once you accept our offer, it takes as little as 24 to 48 hours for us to pick up your car and for you to get paid. After accepting the offer, one of our local service providers will contact you to schedule pickup. You need to have the signed title and keys ready to give the driver who will give you the check right there on the spot. We can’t buy a car without a title.
Have a lien? Don’t worry. Our buyers will work with you and your lien holder to facilitate payoff. We’ll cut you a check for the rest. is the fast, easy and convenient way to sell your less-than-perfect car. It says so in our slogan., where we buy cars in less-than-perfect condition.
Ready to see what your car is worth? Click the button below to get your offer, today!


We Buy Any Cars Sold:

Year: 1999
Make: Lexus
Model: RX 300
City: Wauchula
State: Florida
Zip Code: 33873
Mileage: 190,000
Trim: Base
Cash Offer/Worth: $650.00

Year: 2001
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Silverado
City: Haltom City
State: Texas
Zip Code: 76148
Mileage: 110,000
Trim: Base
Cash Offer/Worth: $710.00

Year: 2003
Make: Toyota
Model: Tacoma
City: Pompano beach
State: Florida
Zip Code: 33065
Mileage: 184,000
Trim: Prerunner
Cash Offer/Worth: $800.00

Year: 2006
Make: Jeep
Model: Grand Cherokee
City: Dallas
State: Texas
Zip Code: 75209
Mileage: 132,000
Trim: Laredo
Cash Offer/Worth: $1,000.00

Year: 2006
Make: Nissan
Model: Frontier
City: Fontana
State: California
Zip Code: 92337
Mileage: 130,000
Trim: LE
Cash Offer/Worth: $1,750.00

Year: 2010
Make: Dodge
Model: Journey
City: Athens
State: Georgia
Zip Code: 30601
Mileage: 135,000
Trim: SXT
Cash Offer/Worth: $400.00

Year: 2006
Make: Ford
Model: F150
City: Port saint lucie
State: Florida
Zip Code: 34952
Mileage: 214,062
Trim: FX4
Cash Offer/Worth: $1,825.00

Year: 2000
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
City: Covington
State: Georgia
Zip Code: 30016
Mileage: 92,000
Trim: Base Hardtop
Cash Offer/Worth: $3,600.00


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Frequently asked questions

How does decide the value or worth of my vehicle? takes into account a variety of factors when making you an offer for your vehicle. For example, the wholesale value of your car pre-accident, the extent of damage or mechanical and electrical problems, the current market demand for your vehicle and its parts, its make, model, mileage and age all play a part of deciding the value of your vehicle.