1968 Chrysler Donated to American Cancer Society

Just in time for Cancer Awareness Month comes the tale of a very special cancer car donation: a 1968 Chrysler Newport! This antique beauty continues to make the world a better place as a donation to the American Cancer Society. You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but you can turn an old car into a charitable donation!

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1968 Chrysler Newport

Don’t let the dust fool you, this model sold more than almost any other Chrysler during the 1960s.

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Despite the age, the mileage on this car is surprisingly low – under 67,000!

Don’t the seats looks plush?

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This particular car is part of the fourth generation of Newport, that ranged from 1965-1968. The Chrysler C platform was groundbreaking at the time, though you may have seen it on the ever-popular Chrysler Town and Country minivan.

Do you have an older car (it doesn’t have to be 50!) and want to support cancer research and patient support? The surprising possibility is a cancer car donation!

American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots organization dedicated to fighting cancer on all fronts. How do they do that?

They fund critical research to prevent, detect, and treat cancer. They support cancer patients and their families. They educate both health professionals and the public. They help detect and treat cancer.

The American Cancer Society has an important presence both in the US and abroad. In the United States, there are over 250 regional offices across 6 distinct regions.

They do incredible work for cancer patients and their families, but they can’t do it alone. Vehicle donations are a great method of fundraising for this amazing charity

We can accept all kind of cars, boats, motorcycles, and RVs and help you help your favorite charity!

With our charity car donation program, between 75-80% of the proceeds will go directly to the charity, which is the highest return rate of any program. You’ll be eligible for a tax credit, not to mention free towing.

Support this incredible organization with a cancer car donation! Visit our website or give us a call at 1-888-227-5500.

 

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Car Donation to American Cancer Society-1970 Blakely Bernardi

Here is a 1970 Blakely Bernardi donated to the Cars for a Cure program with the American Cancer Society.

1970 Bernardi

The sister of the owner of the car donated his beloved car to American Cancer Society because she wanted to be a part of their mission to find a cure for cancer. Her brother loved his car, “Stuart Little”, so much she knows that it deserves to be showcased in a better way. The owners nickname “Dok” which was short for Car Doctor is on the passenger door.

The Bernardi was produced in Princeton, Wisconsin at Blakely Auto Works. This model Blakely is named after Italian inventor of the gasoline internal-combustion engine. The Bernardi design is fitting of a post WWII era car and is often compared to in physical appearances as the British MG TD. Being built after the Blakely Bearcat “S” models, Blakely vice president ArtHerschberger made major changes to the new Bernardi model such as changes to the hood, fenders, windshield, bumpers, a new interior, and better folding convertible top.

To learn more about donating your car to charity, please visit us to day at www.cardonationwizard.com or call us at (877) 957-2277 and we will be happy to talk about donating your vehicle to one of the best charities out there!

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1961 Jaguar Mark IX Donated to American Cancer Society

Just recently we had a beautiful 1961 Jaguar Mark IX donate to American Cancer Society.  This classic Jaguar came to us from a generous donor in Laguna Beach, California.  You can see from the picture that this car lived a privileged life in sunny southern California.  With just over 27,000 miles, this car was kept in great running shape and was even treated to a new engine back in the early 1990’s.  Due to the donor taking great care of this car it has held its value over the last 56 years.  We expect it to earn quite a nice car donation for the American Cancer Society.

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Used Car Market Prices Soften

The first quarter of 2017 has seen average used car market prices soften and continue to drop both month to month as well as year over year.  In fact “Auto Remarketing Magazine” stated in their April 1st Issue that it was just the 2nd time in the last 20 years that used car prices declined in the month of February.

The decline was counter to the 1-percent increase expected for the month and marked just the second time in the past 20 years prices fell in February. -Auto Remarketing Magazine

Used Car Market Prices Soften

Used cars are displayed on a sales lot on June 9, 2011 in San Francisco, California. -Getty Images

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3 Reasons to Donate a Car Before the End of the Year

Vehicle donations make a real difference to worthy causes.

Why Donate on Giving Tuesday

Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, I think we can all agree that this election season was rough.  Now more than ever, we need people who will strengthen communities, fill our world with compassion, and bring hope to the hopeless.  I’m so fortunate to work every day with people just like that.  People whose full-time job is feeding the hungry, finding cures for cancer, building homes for the homeless, and filling our world with beautiful art and music.   Continue reading

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