May 13, 2020

Sell My Car North San Diego

Cash for Cars

Sell your old, wrecked, damaged, flooded, smashed, basket case, parts missing car.Unlike most businesses, Auto Parts Center welcomes all makes and models of vehicles, running or not. Plus, we’ll pay premium prices for your old truck or car. We take all of the work out of selling your old car.


Sell My Car

We will promptly pick-up your car in the greater San Diego area. We can help with any questions/problems with paperwork. We will answer your questions and provide the help you need to SELL YOUR CAR. Give us a call and we will have your old car out of your way in no time.

CALL NOW: (619) 426-9418

2. Make a Call


 Give us a call, answer a couple brief question!

1. Get a Quote


 Receive a free quote on your vehicle quick and easy!


4. Free Towing


We will tow the vehicle for free inside of our towing zone. Or you can swing by and drop your vehicle off yourself.

   5. Get Paid


 You will receive your payment as well as your IRS deduction and receipt.

(619) 426-9483

Frequently Asked Questions

If I like the offer, what then?


We will write you a company certified check, which you can cash the same day. Unlike our competitors, you do not have to wait to have money in your hands. No drafts, no bounces, no mess. We get you your money, the same day!

How long will selling my car take?

Depending on your schedule, as soon as you are off the phone, we can have an appraiser get in contact with you, letting you know they are on the way. The appraisal can take anywhere from 15-30 minutes.

What can I do to help speed up the process?


Your title establishes ownership of the car,
so having it on hand is really beneficial. Sellers must sign over the title to transfer ownership and complete the sale of their vehicle.


It helps to have up-to-date registration of the vehicle you wish to sell. Your registration can be updated via the California DMVs online registration renewal service or at your local DMV in person.

Updated Tags

It also helps to have current tags for the vehicle. This includes your license plates and stickers showing registration expiration dates. Both should be in good condition and clearly legible.