1990s Junk Cars
Irving's Recyclables and their cash for cars program has been helping car owners on Long Island recycle their older junk cars for years. Get a little extra money and recycle your older junk car today!
Before Oldsmobile was phased out completely, the Intrigue was rolled off the assembly line. This potential junk car was created to replace the Cutlass Supreme and keep up with the Japanese market. Although this vehicle only lasted a few years and ended production in 2002, it was in some notable science fiction movies. It was featured in the highway chase scene in The Matrix Reloaded and was promoted and showcased in the 1998 X-Files movie. The model's launch coincided with the release of The X-Files: Fight the Future, as the producers of the film felt the car's name and appearance fit with the overall aesthetic and feel of the franchise. They even launched a promotional campaign around the US. Now, it is another candidate for our cash for cars program for Long Island car owners.
Anyone remember when these military size vehicles were introduced? It was all the rage, though most people couldn't afford this big and bulky cash for Long Island car. The most appealing aspect to the Hummer was it's ability to travel over any terrain. That is until you run over some sharp objects and get a flat tire. Regardless, this beast of a utility vehicle still commands the roads today. The hummer ended production in the US ended in 2010, but what is dead may never die and the hummer could come back at any point.
Do you remember this small egg shape car? Neither do we. It was mostly a failure. Meant as a replacement for the Festiva, acceleration of the Aspire was poor. The vehicle was in production for only a few years until the pulling of the plug, making it a cash for cars candidate for Long Island residents.
Although this American staple originated in the early 80s, the Ram was given a long-delayed revamping in 1994. The design sought to differentiate itself from the biggest competing trucks from Ford and Chevy. As a result, the Ram was noted for its larger grille and front-end appearance similar to a tractor trailer cab. The vehicle was a huge success, further assisted in mainstream pop culture by receiving a starring role in the tornado movie Twister.
The Dodge Viper began production in 1992, but it has been recently announced that Dodge is discontinuing its service of its once wildly popular sports car. The plant which makes the Viper will be closing as well, which makes the sports car an option for a future junk car, seeing that some parts may become difficult to find if the owner runs into trouble. To help the launch of the new Viper, a TV series called "Viper" aired as a promotional tool. Surprisingly, the show, which was a series about a special task force set up by the federal government to fight crime in the fictional city of Metro City, California, ran four seasons.
Billed as the Caddy that “zigs” (whatever that means), the Catera lasted for only a few years. The vehicle experienced a plethora of problems, including oil leaks and a failing crankshaft position sensor. It really did not live up to the quality for which Cadillac is known. If you still own one in Suffolk County or Nassau County, our junk car recycling program on Long Island would be a nice, final destination for the now defunct car.
Irving's Recyclables has years of experience in the field and has been providing car owners across Long Island with a wonderful cash for cars program. Older junk cars lose their value and when they do you can bring them down to our location. Please contact us today to learn more about our cash for cars program. The number to call is 631-842-1222. We will happily answer any questions you may have regarding older junk cars.