Sell my car in Oldham
If you live in Oldham or the surrounding Greater Manchester 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 Oldham 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 for their next appointment in the Greater Manchester area.
More about Oldham and the surrounding area
A large town in Greater Manchester Oldham is known for its reputation in the 19th Century for its textile manufacturing capabilities. The town quickly began as a major
centre for the cotton and textile industries in the country.
The town is enclosed by two bodies of water, the River Tame and the Rochdale Canal. The large town is still recognised for its cotton mill architecture and other
buildings associated with the prominent industry. You can learn more about the textile heritage by visiting the Saddleworth Museum, independently run the
museum offers a detailed insight into the history of this great town. The museum is aptly located inside an old mill called Victoria Mill.
Did you know that Winston Churchill actually kick-started his political career in Oldham? In 1900 he was elected as Parliamentary Representative. Other lesser known
facts about Oldham are that the town hall has been listed as a building of historical significance; the hall was used by Winston Churchill for his inauguration
speech after he won his seat in the 1900 election.
There are many famous faces hailing from the town of Oldham including Coronation Street favourite Barbara Knox, Britain's longest running double-act Cannon and Ball,
television writer Eric Sykes, Take That band member Mark Owen and This Morning TV presenter Phillip Schofield.