Today Scrap Car Buyers were called to a wiley Scrap Vauxhall Cavalier in the Pype Hayes district of Birmingham that had been stood in a garage for over 2 years. The car was firmly settled in place within the small and very narrow concrete garage that was 200 yards along a narrow driveway at the rear of the Scrap Car Buyers customers house. Not only was it too narrow for anything wider than a car, it was also with a very sharp corner and a dead end.
The scrap car would not start and had 4 flat tyres that were in no fit state to be inflated ever again. Even 2 handed the Scrap Car Buyers team could not budge the car by pushing it or using any of the other age old remedies used to remove reluctanct scrap cars, so a plan of action needed to be designed and deployed to remove this reluctant scrap car from it’s adopted home.
Directly behind the lane leading to the garage was an industrial estate with a steel fence separating it, a 3 mile drive eventually found the Scrap Car Buyers driver and truck the other side of the fence directly opposite the car. The winch was released and taken over a 6 foot wall, up an embankment through some trees where eventually the Scrap Car Buyers driver was able to pass it through the hole in the fence to his co driver who connected it to the wiley Vauxhall cavalier. As with all Scrap Car Buyers trucks the winch was capable of pulling a rolling load of up to 10 tonne so made light work of beating the resistant Cavalier and it was soon rolling out in the the sunshine.
Once out of the garage the breaks were no longer seized on and the 2 Scrap Car Buyers collection agents were able to push the Cavalier along the driveway to the now returned Scrap Car Buyers recovery truck.
The Cavalier said good bye to it’s home in a Pype Hayes, Birmingham garage and was crushed within 3 hours having been completely decontaminated beforehand.