• Jake Posted: 8/4/2009 6:30pm PDT

    Try this sortable table list for easy finding: tinyurl.com/clunkerslist

  • Joel Posted: 6/27/2009 3:53pm PDT

    Nope, has to have been registered and insured for the full previous year, can't just buy one.

  • dave Posted: 6/15/2009 4:14am PDT

    The market value of these 'clunkers' just rose to almost $4500. Anyone ready to purchase a new car buys a clunker for his trade-in and gets a $4500 check from us, the taxpayers.

  • Richard Posted: 6/13/2009 4:52am PDT

    My guess is that to keep the list small and manageable, Edmunds limited the list to cars made since 1990--the assumption being that anything manufactured before 1990 would also qualify. It's certainly not a question of eligibility--if you read the text of the legislation (go to http://thomas.loc.gov and search for H.R.2751), you'll see that older vehicles are definitely included.
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    Added bonus: there's now a provision for most of the clunker car parts (except the engine block and drive train) to be salvaged and reused, which should please many of the folks opposed to the bill.

  • rt1 Posted: 6/12/2009 11:18pm PDT

    what happened to the older trucks than the 90s? they get terrible gas mileage.