2015PinkAlways Buying Scrap donated a car to the Duke Zeta Tau Alpha sorority to help them raise money for breast cancer awareness during their Fall 2015 Smash Bash.  The sorority hosts a 'think pink' week each year in October.  Activities include smashing the car donated by us, pink yoghurt eating contest, and selling baked goods.

Take a look at the gallery from the fundraiser.




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What do we buy - and not buy?

We have an extensive list of items that we will buy, as well as another of items that we won't, or won't unless you can prove ownership. READ MORE

Can you come to me?

We travel to homes to load and collect junk cars as well as to industrial sites to collect scrap metal.

Can you help me unload?

We can help you with the unloading of whatever scrap you bring. We have equipment for unloading heavy items.

What prices do you pay

We determine our prices on the current market price for the material or item.

What do we buy?

We list many of the items that we buy, and also the items that we will not buy.

Can you buy my wreck?

We buy all types of junk cars, trucks and commercial vehicles and construction and agricultural equipment.

What paperwork is there?

Depending on the item, NC law may require proof that you're the owner.  When in doubt, contact us.


Monday through Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Last customer will be let in the gate 15 minutes prior to closing.

Saturday 8:00am to 1:00pm
Last customer will be let in the gate half hour prior to closing.


1953 AEC Double Decker Bus

1953 AEC Double Decker Bus

on 06 July 2017 in Unusual Finds

Seeking a good home One unusual item belonging to Always Buying Scrap is a 1953 AEC (Associated Equipment Company) RT3 double ...

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Sewing machine base

Sewing machine base

on 24 April 2017 in Unusual Finds

This is the base from an old foot-powered Singer sewing machine. Originally , it would have had a wooden cabinet on ...

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Wagon Wheels

Wagon Wheels

on 09 March 2017 in Unusual Finds

These steel wheels are from wagons, as well as agricultural and industrial equipment. They are sometimes used as an accent ...

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