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Scrapping your car
#1
Morning all

My old 306 is ready to meet its mechanical maker so am looking to get it scrapped.

Can anyone recommend anyone to use in the Medway area?

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#2
No real experience but would be interested in the result as I may have one to scrape soon as well
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#3
Ive never scrapped a car but there is a bit of information here

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#4
If it is driveable you will get more for it as you can deliver it. Just phone up the breakers in the back of the local papers to find out what price they offer
Price of scrap is quite low at the moment though
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#5
Price of steel is the lowest it's been for decades, you would prob get more money selling it as a fixerupper if the engine and gearbox are ok.
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