Log into InfoBarrel
Forgot your password?
Need an account?

Articles about salvage

Auto
by jcmayer777
11 years ago
Salvage Boats for Sale

If you are looking for a new project, you may want to consider salvage boats for sale, from your local junk yard. Many people use the money saving opportunity to begin the project of restoring a watercraft. It can be quite fun and exciting. In addition,...

Auto
by jcmayer777
11 years ago
Minnesota Boat Junk Yards

Minnesota boat junk yards are a great place to buy a new watercraft for you next restoration project. While there are few salvage businesses out there that deal only in watercraft, you can find many great deals at auto salvage, if you are in a pinch....

Business & Money
by sound_foundation
10 years ago
How to Calculate Straight Line Depreciation

Depreciation is often talked about, but not easily understood. The basic idea of accounting for depreciation is to spread the cost of a long term asset (also called a fixed asset) over the useful life of the asset rather than taking an expense for it all at once as is...

Auto
by Markdrouser
6 years ago
Flood Damaged Auto Auctions, Worth Participating

Online bidding is an economical and exciting way to buy a salvage car. Usually, flood damaged cars are only partially damaged and are used for various purposes. At online auctions, water damaged vehicles are available at throwaway prices.

History
by Derby
6 years ago
The Mystery of the Islander - Alaska's Ship of Gold

Will salvage efforts on The Islander Show she was carrying tons of gold

Auto
by Dude88
9 years ago
Salvage Aircraft Auction

Salvage aircraft auction has proved to be worth to many people who are in need of all sorts of aircrafts. This can be easily done in a physical field as well as online, and that it is possible to get all sorts of replacement parts and maintenance...

Lifestyle
by DeepBlue
10 years ago
How To Save At Salvage Boat Sales

Boats which are given up, destroyed or have been caught because of various despicable activities by the owners are everyday sights. When a vessel meets with an accident, the insurance company would usually make the payments and then remain in limbo with a vessel which they never have any...

Auto
by Alex Gopson
5 years ago
A Beginner's Guide to the Pick and Pull Junkyard

Learn what a car salvage yard is like and how it can help you repair your car for next to nothing!

Auto
by flippomendes
8 years ago
Things To Know When You Want To Sell or Buy Junk Cars

There are many people and businesses that are willing to buy junk cars, and if you play the game right you can get a decent amount of cash for your clunker.

Business & Money
by sound_foundation
10 years ago
Understanding Depreciation - A Brief Look at Depreciating Assets for Business and Tax Purposes

Depreciating assets (also called fixed asset depreciation) is not a commonly understood process in the non-business community. Many people are familiar with the term 'depreciation'. One example that often crops up relates to how much an automobile depreciates once it is driven off the lot. The meaning behind...

Auto
by jcmayer777
11 years ago
Get Cash for Junk Cars

There really are several places to get cash for junk cars. If your vehicle is just an old beater, and you need to raise some quick money, you may be able to raise some funds. There are plenty of ways to make sure you get the...

Business & Money
by Ernie
10 years ago
Starting A Junk Car Removal Business

A Junk Car Removal business can be very profitable. In many areas there are laws and regulations that do not allow cars to be parked for an extended period of time if they do not run. You can start a junk car removal business and help these people by removing...

Auto
by Lynn Parks
8 years ago
Tips to Sell Junk Cars for Cash

Need to know how to sell a non running car? Perhaps your just curious as to who buys junk cars or how your broken car can make you a little money. No matter what led you here I will share some tips with you on how to get the...

Home & Garden
by AJWalton
10 years ago
Salvaged Building Materials - Reclaimed Brick

Reclaimed Brick: Back to the Future

Frugality is now called eco-friendliness; salvaging is now known as style; and economy is now referred to as environmentally sustainable. Yes, old is definitely in. The construction industry has heretofore been wary of re-using materials from demolished buildings owing to a variety of reasons...

Auto
by Poster
8 years ago
Finding a 4x4 Van for sale in the USA - How to Get a Great Deal on a Van

Finding a good 4x4 van for sale can be an arduous process. Often people will just settle on something that looks okay out of frustration, without really knowing if they got a good deal or not. This can potentially lead to serious problems in the future, which can end up costing you far more than the initial purchase price of the vehicle.

Sports
by Travis_Aitch
10 years ago
Used Snowmobile Parts - Ski Doo, Arctic Cat, Polaris and Yamaha

If you are in need of some replacement used snowmobile parts for your Ski Doo, Arctic Cat, Polaris or Yamaha, you'll be glad to know that you have plenty of resources available. There are many reasons as to why used snowmobile parts are so popular. For one, they...

Sports
by Travis_Aitch
10 years ago
Used Polaris Snowmobiles - How to Find the Best Deal

Buying used Polaris snowmobiles is a great investment because this particular manufacturer happens to be one of the most reputable brands on the market today. This means that most used Polaris snowmobiles for sale are probably still going to run pretty good and be a worthwhile purchase in...

Home & Garden
by KathyRM
5 years ago
Buying And Boarding Your Orchids

I found Aladdin's Cave last weekend and it was filled with treasure - Orchids.

Sports
by Travis_Aitch
10 years ago
Yamaha Snowmobile Parts - Aftermarket, Vintage, Used and More

Yamaha snowmobile parts are top-of-the-line and have been recognized for years as such. Even other brands like Arctic Cat, Ski Doo and Polaris can't compare to the quality and reliability of Yamaha snowmobile parts and millions of customers worldwide can vouch for this. Whether you're looking for replacement...

History
by mystique
8 years ago
What Happened To The Mary Celeste?

When the Mary Celeste set sail from the New York harbor on November 5, 1872, it was an ordinary event for the busy port which handled arrivals and departures of numerous vessels in the course of the day. For Capt. Benjamin Briggs also it was just another voyage in a long seafaring career.

1 2 3 ... 6
© Copyright 2008 - 2020 by My Passion Media Inc. Terms of Service Privacy Policy XML Sitemap