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Sell my car in Ipswich
If you live in Ipswich or the surrounding Suffolk area and you are thinking of selling your car, then you are able to get an instant online car valuation today from
The process is easy, all you need to do is enter your car registration into the license plate and click to 'Get Valuation'.
We can buy your car today and we come to you!
Our mobile purchasing units are nationwide and we have purchasers situated in the Ipswich area who will visit you at your home address to assess your vehicle.
In addition to visiting you at your home address if you decide to sell your car to us then we will pay you by instant bank transfer and you will be able to confirm
the money is in your bank account before our vehicle purchaser leaves to attend their next appointment in the Ipswich area.
More about Ipswich and the surrounding area
Ipswich is a county town in Suffolk sitting on the banks of the River Orwell. Did you know writer Eric Blair chose the pen name 'George Orwell' because of his love of the river?
His literary masterpieces include '1984' and 'animal farm'. There is a long list of famous faces hailing from the town of Ipswich including actor Ralph Fiennes, journalist Malcolm Brabant
and TV presenter Jeremy Wade.
The town has been occupied since the Saxon period and there are many attractions to help the locals learn more about this rich heritage. From places like Sutton Hoo, a country estate with many
exhibitions to explore with an Edwardian house on-site, to the Ipswich museum where you can take the journey through from the Iron Ages to Saxon and Roman times.
Did you know that Ipswich is home to the most exquisite black Tournai marble font in England and it is situated in St Peter's Church? Usually once a church becomes redundant the font is one of the
first things to be uprooted and moved to another church, but this one has stayed put.
There are many interesting tidbits that are lesser known, even to those who live in the town, for example, when you're wandering down Lloyds Avenue behind Debenhams, look up the large grey wall
and see if you can spot a white brick. Back in 1936 as the Odeon Cinema was being built, a worker fell to his death from this brick!