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How Do I Know If I Am Getting the Best Price for My Converters? 

We believe in demystifying the catalytic converter recycling industry and strive to do so by providing useful resources to prospective people looking to sell their catalytic converter, so whether you choose to work with us or not, we can at least provide you with the tools you need to make an informed decision.  

 

How Automotive Businesses Can Get the Best Price 

Keep in mind when pricing your catalytic converters that someone may be willing to pay cash for your converter at your location. In this situation, how do you know if the price being offered is reasonable? Normally, you have no idea, and you’re probably missing a lot of money as a result. First and foremost, we recommend selling your converter to a reputable recycling company you know and trust. The majority do not pay cash, but some do. To determine the price, you should consult a reputable catalytic converter pricing guide that you can find online. Most of these pricing guides require a subscription and allow you to look up pricing for a specific part number. This is a valuable resource for your company because it tells you how much to charge for your catalytic converters when you sell them. Finding the best pricing guide for you will, of course, take some time. We spent years conducting research and development to create our very own price guide, which you can try out for free to see if it is right for you. 

 

How Individuals Can Get the Best Price 

Some people who legally obtained their catalytic converter, such as when it was their own scrap converter that was removed during an exchange because it needed to be replaced or upgraded, for those people, we still recommend using a price guide to determine the price but doing your homework and selling it to a reputable recycling company. We can’t stress this enough because most people who aren’t familiar with the industry will try to sell their catalytic converter on sites like eBay or Facebook Marketplace. As we all know, catalytic converter theft is on the rise, and some people are using these online marketplaces to sell and buy stolen converters. Rather than risking your legally obtained converter being sold to a criminal looking to mix legitimate scrap with stolen scrap, find a registered company that follows the rules. Use our free online pricing guide to find out how much we’ll pay for your catalytic converter, and you can decide to sell to us or use our price as a benchmark if you decide to sell to another company.  

 

Visit our price guide page to find the best prices across the country, with thousands of part numbers listed and pricing updated weekly. We have a free version for those who are just getting started with catalytic converters and a gold version for those who are more experienced with buying and selling catalytic converters. Noble6, your automotive precious metals experts, can help you expand your business.  

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