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Sell Your Car for Cash in Batavia, Ohio

Have you ever wonder if your old or broken down car’s still good enough for you to earn money out of it? Well, the answer’s yes! And if you’re within Batavia, Ohio then lucky you! Because Junk Car Boys Cincinnati is here to serve you!

We accept all kinds of car!  Whatever the year, make, and model of it, if you want to sell it, we’ll buy it off your hands! We’ll make sure to provide everything just for you! We’ll give you a decent trade-in cash for it and will offer you free towing services as well. To ensure a hassle-free and fast transaction to all of our customers!

Getting interested? Here’s how to get in touch with one of our professional! All you need to do is to fill up this form or you can even call us at our hotline number right here (513) 823-2049 so hurry up and set up an appointment with us right away!

Here are real pictures of actual vehicles we have bought. We buy every kind of vehicle imaginable from old to new. Therefore you no longer need to worry about what to do with a car that isn’t worth fixing. We will buy it and remove it.

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How Does Our Cash For Cars Cincinnati Program Work?

Fill Out Our Online Form

We have an amazing online process that asks you the questions about your vehicle that we need to know in order to give you an offer.

We Offer You A Price

We will immediately figure out a price we are able to pay you for your vehicle.

Send A Tow Truck

If you like the price, then we can get you set up for a tow truck to come meet with you to buy your vehicle.

Sold & Towed Away

Your vehicle will officially be sold. The tow truck driver will load your vehicle on the tow truck and tow it away. You are left with the money, and hopefully very happy!

Getting to Know Batavia, Ohio

Batavia is a village and the county seat of Clermont County, Ohio, United States.

The first people to examine this village was Captain Francis Minnis, John O’Bannon, Nicholas Keller, Archelus Price, and John Ormsley, and it was dated on May 28, 1788. Virginian Ezekiel Dimmitt became the area’s first settler in the fall of 1797. George Ely purchased the Minnis survey in 1807 and platted the town on October 24, 1814, possibly naming it after Batavia, New York. The Clermont County seat moved from New Richmond to Batavia on February 24, 1824. Batavia finally incorporated as a village on February 10, 1842. 

Around this year, the recorded people living here is only 350. Then the most recent census in the year 2019, there’s now 1983 people living in this village.

Batavia was also the home to Ford Motor Company’s Batavia Transmission plant until it was closed in 2009 under a corporate plan called “The Way Forward”. Batavia also anchored an industrial area that includes rollercoaster manufacturer Clermont Steel Fabricators.

Must Visit Places in Batavia, Ohio

Tri-State Warbird Museum

Tri-State Warbird Museum

Elks Run Golf Course

Elks Run Golf Course

Stratus Helicopter

Stratus Helicopter

Alms Park

Alms Park

Churches in Batavia, Ohio

Bethany Lutheran Church

Bethany Lutheran Church at 8 S. Lincoln St. is the youngest example of church architecture on the tour. The Swedish Bethany Lutheran church was organized in 1872 when a group met at the home of August Anderson. This is sometimes called the year of the “Great Migration” in which many Swedes came to Batavia to cut stone to be used in the rebuilding of Chicago after the Great Fire of the previous year. They first worshipped in a remodeled schoolhouse that was replaced in 1888 by a more formal red brick church (still the sanctuary).

Batavia United Methodist Church

Batavia United Methodist Church at 8 N. Batavia Ave. celebrated its 175th anniversary in 2011. The first services were held in 1836 in the home of William Van Nortwick. The first building constructed by the Methodists in 1852 is still standing on First Street. It was also later used as a school called the McWayne Annex. The current sanctuary was built in 1887, a gift of Captain Newton and Reverend Gammon, whose homes still stand opposite one another at the corner of Batavia Avenue and Wilson Street..

Calvary Episcopal Church

Calvary Episcopal Church at 222 S. Batavia Ave. was first organized in the home of Mrs. James C. Derby in 1842. The first church building was constructed on land donated by Joseph McKee in 1855. That building was destroyed by a tornado. The first service in the current building in 1880 was in a Batavia limestone building donated by John VanNortwick.

Congregational Church of Batavia

Congregational Church of Batavia at 21 S. Batavia Ave. celebrated its 175th anniversary 2010. Founded as the Church of the Big and Little Woods in August 1835 in the cabin of Thompson Paxton, this church was founded first as a Presbyterian church. The congregation constructed a building in 1840 on Batavia Avenue. The current sanctuary was constructed in 1856. It is an example of colonial New England architecture fashioned in Batavia limestone.