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Yes. Before the auction, just put down a refundable $20 cash deposit at the cashier stand toward the entrance of the auction location. When the auction begins, pay attention. Bid by raising a hand or shouting “Yes” until you make eye contact with the auctioneer. If someone else counters your bid, you’ll have another opportunity to bid again. When you no longer want to bid, just shake your head or say “No” when the auctioneer returns to you. After the auction, you will either cash out and your $20 deposit will go toward your purchases or the deposit will be refunded.
You can pick your items up during the checkout times and dates advertised with the auction. During this time all merchandise must be removed from the sale premises. No exceptions. You can find checkout times and dates under the terms of sale tab on the auction page. If you would like to get your item shipped to you, contact Pak Mail La Jolla at (858) 405-7425 to schedule the shipment.
Online Only Auction!Keep checking listing. We will be adding more lots until we receive the opening bid.Purple canning jars (never seen them around Evansville before now), Vinyls, CDs, glassware, and more!Bidding Link: http://hazlettauctions.com/catalog.php?AuctionCo=hazlett&SelectLotAuctionDate=521Location: 2925 N. Saint Joseph Ave. Evansville, IN 47720 Auctioneer's Note: Great [ View Full Listing ]
If you want to buy goods at or below cost, look no further than the U.S. government. Federal and state agencies sell nearly anything you can think of: cars, boats, jewelry, antiques, artwork, aircraft, real estate, houses, clothing, electronics, tools, furniture and medical equipment. The government sells surplus merchandise it no longer needs and items it obtains when it seizes property from criminals or forecloses on homes.
View past Colorado auctions to learn more about the bidding process and our high quality new and used bidding items. Brows examples of live and online auctions including heavy equipment auctions, trucks and trailer auctions, industrial manufacturing auctions, government and municipal auctions, restaurant auctions, real estate auctions, office equipment auctions and electronics auctions.
While the chances of you finding and successfully bidding on a luxury sports car, such as a Lamborghini, are slim, a seized-car auction offers you the opportunity to get a great deal on many other vehicle makes and models. By knowing what steps to take when going through the inspection and bidding process, you can greatly improve your chances of getting a great deal on a quality vehicle.
If it looks too good to be true, chances are it is, and there’s a simple reason why. While bodywork is expensive, it pales in comparison to the kind of profit a car will turn if a high-bidding buyer doesn’t notice it. A thorough pre-bid inspection should hopefully illuminate any issues prior to putting down your money. For more info on what shoddy bodywork can hide, don’t forget to read our write-up on nine ways you can tell if a car has been in a wreck.