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xj^REMY

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I'm looking for a good scrap yard to unload metals... rotors, scrap aluminum, copper, etc... In the near future I'll be purchasing a parts WJ & will have a lot of things to bring for scrap

Only experience has been with Jam Scrap in Meriden... A few years ago I bringing ~300lbs of copper wiring (of which I busted ass stripping) & plumbing... Got reduced here & there because of paint, oxidation, & solder... Got a whopping $70 

Anyways, don't know if they're all the same, or if there's some that pay-out better
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Try Sims metal management in north haven. U can see it from 91. Not sure what exit u need to get off at. Whatever one has the old circuit city right there its a PC Richards now
xj^REMY

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Good experiences there?

I know exactly where you're talking about... Hit up the home depot off that exit once in a while.. Is that still 91, or 95??
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Only went once with a bunch of steel n aluminum siding trim n left with like 80 bucks. Dunno lbs off the top of the head but it all fit in the bed of 4dr f150. Its a few exits before 95
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Stay away from Lajoy's. They told me my junk car was only worth a $100 if that.. Brought it to another place and got $300.
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I'm liking Sims.. They've got some good feedback here & there

Copy that... Lajoy's, no voy... Which on that topic, how much could I be looking at for a WJ shell? I was ing ~$300, but read somewhere, some places would pay as much as $1000 for junk cars???  .. Could it be?
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...Thanks doods! 
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