Suffolk County Cities & Towns that we Service

No matter the condition of your vehicle, we can pickup and purchase of your vehicle for scrap throughout Suffolk County! Selling your vehicle for scrap can be a great way to get cash back for a vehicle that old or damaged beyond repair. For questions on how much your vehicle might be worth, fill out our form below & submit some basic information on your vehicle to get an upfront and transparent quote!

  • Chelsea
  • Revere
  • Winthrop

We have an on-site scale for turning old vehicles or late model wrecks into cash. We also offer prompt pick-up services in Suffolk County as an alternative to our customers who prefer pick-up rather than bringing them here. Please fill out the form below for a quote or call our Scale Office directly at (508) 697-2721 and one of our representatives will be happy to assist you.

Fill Out the Form Below to Get Your Junk Car's Value!

How much is my junk car worth?

Purchase A Used Vehicle With Chuckran Auto!

Buying a pre-owned vehicle is one of the best values when searching for a car rather than buying new from a car dealer. As a complete auto parts specialists, you can have confidence knowing that the cars in our pre-owned inventory are in top-notch working condition. We only sell quality pre-owned late model autos and trucks and with our online inventory, you can search by price, model, make, year, or mileage.

Scrap/Scale Office

 Current Junk car price:

$180 per Net Ton

Ferrous Metals

Cast Iron

Motor Blocks (Drained) $267 NT $300 GT
Brake Rotors & Drums $267 NT $300 GT

Cars & Light Duty Trucks

Cars $180 NT $201 GT
Light Duty Trucks $180 NT $201 GT
Auto Light Iron $180 NT $201 GT

Heavy Duty Trucks

Heavy Duty Trucks $ POR Per Gross Ton

Auto Scrap

Batteries $10.00 / each
Irony Aluminum $0.17
Catalytic Converters Priced Upon inspection


Chuckran Auto Parts Inc.
Will Be Closed on Saturdays Until Further notice due to staffing shortages

Chuckran's Used Car Sales Department will be completely closed until further notice, due to staffing shortages.