Flint was once known as the vehicle capital of the world, while that actually referred to a booming carriage industry for horse-drawn buggies, this town still loves all kinds of vehicles. Which means we’ve got lots of people who love their cars and sometimes they have a hard time letting them go. At 1-800-Cars4Cash, we’d like to help you get rid of that old junker taking up space in your garage or back yard. We make it fast and painless to sell your Flint Junk Cars for Cash. We pay top dollar and we’ll have the money in your hand in one hour.
Our Flint Junk Cars for Cash facility is located at:
5273 Dort Hwy
Flint, MI 48505
Worried that the time isn’t right? Here are a few things to ask yourself before selling your Flint junk car:
- Is the car in good condition?
- Does the car run?
- Could a dealership offer me a trade?
- Is it worth it to fix up my junk car?
If you answered no to any or all of these questions, then it’s time to let your junk car go. Give us a call or visit us online and tell us about your vehicle. We buy cars in any condition. We will purchase cars that have been completed totaled in an accident or grandma’s old grocery getter that barely runs. Any car, any condition.
Ready to get started. Contact us for a free quote and we’ll make you an offer. Once you accept our offer, you can either bring the vehicle to our Flint junk yard, or we can pick it up for you. We offer free towing and pick up within one hour with cash paid on the spot!
As Michigan’s #1 Junk Car buyer, 1-800-Cars4Cash makes selling your junk car incredibly quick and easy. In addition to our location on Dort Highway in Flint, we have locations all across the state of Michigan. If you’re ready to sell your junk car, then we’re more than happy to help.
About Flint, Michigan
Flint is one of the largest cities in Genesee county. This once thriving city has been dealing with a water crisis that has had major economic consequences. Five years ago, Flint switched its water usage over to the Flint River and experienced an immediate out lash from residents who complained of dirty, smelly water. Doctors began finding high levels of lead in child. Outside researchers determined that the water contained high levels of lead due to corroding pipes and thousands of people were left without clean water. Officials now consider the city water to be safe, but sadly many people are still dealing with the aftershocks of this crisis.
Helpful Resources in Flint:
McLaren Medical Center
401 S. Ballenger Hwy.
Flint MI 48532
For more information about selling your junk car for cash, call or visit 1-800-Cars4Cash Flint location.