~*2017-2018 Holiday Hours*~
As we celebrate Christmas and ring in the New Year, we need to take time to enjoy friends and family. To do so, D&W Salvage, Inc. will be closed on the following days:
Monday, December 25th, 2017...
Monday, January 1st, 2018
We would like to wish all of our customers a healthy, happy, holiday season!
If anyone is looking to give a kitten a loving home, we currently have 3 little tiger-striped gals available for adoption. They were born on 7/7/17 and will be ready for their forever home on 9/1/17 (8 weeks old). Please call 989-269-6829 or stop by D&W Salvage, Inc. if you're interested!
Day 4 of the Great Race. The D&W Salvage sponsored car is somewhere between Bowling Green, KY and Franklin, IN. They are currently in 9th place overall out of 112 cars. They'll be back "home" in Michigan on Thursday for a lunch stop at Hickory Corners, then an overnight stop in Ypsilanti. Friday they'll be having lunch in Chesterfield and Friday night they will be in Frankenmuth.
Second Day score - 1 sec., 4 sec., 3 sec., ACE, 1 sec. - for a total of 7.43 seconds (after deducting their factor) - finishing the day in 10th place overall. They are currently in 6th place overall in the cumulative scores.
The navigator (Ian Deering) said they had to take a few delays due to a train, a couple of lengthy traffic lights, and getting pulled over by the Georgia Highway Patrol.
Ended up in "Corkeyville" (Chattanooga, TN) for the night and had dinner at Corky Coker's museum followed by a tour on a Duck Boat.
Today they're off to Bowling Green, KY
The start of the Great Race in Jacksonville, FL.
First Day score - ACE, ACE, ACE, 1 sec., 2 sec., 1 sec. - for a total of 3.3 seconds (after deducting their factor) - finishing the day in 5th place overall.
The D&W Salvage car will again be competing in the Great Race and it will be travelling through Michigan. Come out and show your support!!!!
~* 2017 4th of July Holiday Hours*~
D&W Salvage will be closed at the following times to celebrate our nation's independence:
Friday, June 30th - Closing at 12 Noon
Monday, July 3rd - Closed...
Tuesday, July 4th - Closed
We hope all of you have a Happy 4th of July! We will see you Wednesday the 5th when we resume normal business hours.
The Great Race is a timed distance/endurance rally in vehicles built in 1972 and earlier. It is physically and mentally exhausting, very challenging, and extremely competitive.
To be successful you must have a mechanically sound vehicle, an alert driver, and a mentally focused navigator. Having Lady Luck on your side is also quite helpful!
The 2016 Great Race began in San Rafael, CA and finished in Moline, IL. It was a nine-day journey that covered nearly 2,500 miles, sto...pping in 19 different cities in 7 different states.
The D&W Salvage car (#83) piloted by the Bad Ass Boys from Bad Axe, won 1st place in the Sportsmen Division and finished 6th place overall with a score of 1:15.90 (1 minute 15.90 seconds off a perfect time), earning 6 Aces (perfect times) along the way.
Congratulations on a job well done!!!!
The D&W Salvage car is competing in the Great Race. After day 3, Bryan (driver) & Ian (navigator) are currently in 10th place out of 101 cars that are still running, 40 seconds off on their time. They received their first Ace (perfect score) yesterday on Leg 1. The photo below was taken somewhere between Austin & Elko, Nevada on the "Loneliest Highway in America" - the Lincoln Highway. Check out greatrace.com for more information including scores, photos, etc.
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Scrap metal prices fluctuate depending upon supply, demand, and even world events. As a result, prices can change frequently. Generally we update our prices once a month, at the beginning of the month; however, there are occasions when prices are changed more frequently.
Prices posted at our facility, at the actual time of sale, govern....
Car bodies, motor blocks, sheet metal, long steel and short steel are easily identifiable to the general public. The same cannot be said about other materials, especially those in the non-ferrous category. For example: You may think that you have #1 Copper when in reality it could be #2 Copper, aluminum, or something completely different.
We also customize pricing for commercial/industrial sellers, and those having a large quantity of material.
For the above stated reasons, and to prevent any misunderstanding, we ask that you call for prices.
Remember, actual inspection of your material by our knowledgeable staff is the best option to ensure proper identification and the most accurate pricing.