Hello, you could try to find a car dealer offering one of the " XXX amount of money for any trade in" deals. Usually they give a set amount for any vehicle that's well above what blue book trade in would be. Just be aware they'll try to make the money back on the back end of the deal when you purchase the new vehicle.
The most profit can usually be made by selling it to a private party via Craigslist, Auto trader or other website.
Usually they are offering a premium over scrap value and come pick the vehicle up which is a cost savings if it's not driveable.
I would ask them for a quote as they usually sell them to salvage yards the dealer usually will offer blue book value for it in "poor" condition on trade. Scrap metal prices are pretty low right now so the dealer or a private party may give you a better profit.
Usually it is. I would check the kelley blue book value for poor condition and list it arounnd that price on craigslist. It'll go quicker than you think. There's a big market for cheaper used cars