The answer is absolutely yes. I suppose that the greater part of car owners faced the question where to get money quickly as soon as possible. You can always sell your used vehicle, but the problem might be that there are no buyers since it is in a bad shape. I wouldn’t recommend on selling a car that does not worth it value to anyone. It can lead you to troubles.
What you want to do is to find out the proper value for your pre-owned vehicle.
It can take some time and effort, but the more preparations you make-the better deal you will be able to get. First of all you want to have your car in the best shape it can get (even washing it might be a good move).A good sign for those who intend to buy your junk car would be your arrival to their place actually driving it. And once again do not hurry, find the best deal you can get. You are not have to agree on the first given proposal. Make sure you have all the documents near by.
The document that you are the actual owner of the vehicle is of course the most important thing.
Get all the bills that had been left from any visits to a mechanic. By the way you might need to ask one for help to value the condition of the car. For that purpose you can also apply to online services that specialize on valuating vehicles. Kelley Blue Book (www.kbb.com), or Nada Blue Book. Those websites are simple to use but helpful enough. But selling your car might be longer and more complicated than you want. And sometimes you just cant wait to get rid of your junk car. Well there is very quick solution.
There is always a possibility to get money for your vehicle from a scrap yard.
But in that case not only overall condition and the main characteristics(make, model, year and etc.) are of the great significance, but also the size and the weight play an important role. That is because most of the cars from the scrap yard will be recycled. But do not expect to get the great amount of money in any of the cases. Unless your car is unique or anything like that and you may sell it on the auction for a tons of money but that is the different topic. Always consult about the local laws on selling such cars. They may vary from one region to another. That goes for the prices also.
Concluding everything, remember that even if your car is old and the engine is not starting it may serve you the very last time. Depending on its condition, size and your personal abilities to search for a better deal you can get not a bad amount of money for a what you thought is a piece of junk. Value your car properly, do not forget to use all the sources that are available.