Scrap A Subaru in Morris County
Posted: March 3, 2014
Scrapping A Subaru
Our family owned business, Rockaway Recycling has been in the scrap metal business for years for the Northern NJ and Tri-State area. Over the years we have adapted to the market and accept more materials than we used to including scrap vehicles. Throughout our website you can find information about scrap metal and materials that we put up to help you earn more money from your materials. You can also find more information about us and how we run our scrap yard on our Facebook, YouTube and Google+ pages.
When you think of everyday activities most of them involve a vehicle to get from point A to point B. When you run into a problem with your vehicle and it will no longer work for you and is not fixable, what do you do with it? We suggest scrapping it. Scrapping a Subaru with Rockaway Recycling is very quick and easy. You can either drop your vehicle off at our location if it is drivable or you can give us a call or send us an email to schedule a pickup for your car or truck. Have your vehicle weighed and redeem your cash and you are good to go. When your car is able to be repaired you can bring your old Subaru parts like catalytic converters and aluminum rims to our shop to get paid cash. Our yard also accepts other car parts like:
Subaru is an automobile manufacturer that is branched from the Japanese Fuji Heavy Industries. They are well known for their standardized all-wheel drive vehicles including the turbo-charged Impreza WR-X. Subaru is also part of a partial partnership with Toyota, who owns 16.5% of Fuji. The first vehicle that took off was the Subaru 360. The 360, which looked much like the Volkswagen Beetle was quickly branded as the most unsafe car in America and sales ended. They soon began manufacturing the Subaru 1000, an advanced design and the first FWD vehicle. Subaru was soon asked by Tohoku Electric Power Company to build a 4WD version of the 1000 to replace their elderly Jeeps due to the configuration being easy to convert. They soon converted all of their models to 4-wheel drive and in the early 80’s began selling their first AWD models while also selling FWD and 4WD. In 1989 Subaru introduced the well-known Subaru Legacy, a more upscale model with full-time all-wheel drive. Sales were slow during the early 90’s so they gave one last push for the Subaru Outback which in turn revived the company’s sales. Today Subaru’s all-wheel drive vehicles have recently celebrated their 40th anniversary and continue to manufacture a good standing and good selling lineup of vehicles including:
Subaru WRX STI
When you are looking to scrap a Subaru in Morris County check out Rockaway Recycling. When you contact us via phone or email we can schedule a day and time to pick up a scrap Subaru and we can mail you a check or you can come to pick up the cash. If your Subaru is drivable bring it to our shop to be weighed and you can get your cash on the spot. Be sure to have the vehicle’s title and a valid ID when you are scrapping a Subaru with us. When you have questions about scrap Subaru parts or scrapping a Subaru you can give us a call or email us. We do our best to make sure that you get the most from your scrap materials.