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The General Service Administration is responsible for auctioning off government owned cars and trucks, and occasionally other vehicles. They hold both physical and online auctions. With over thirty physical auctions every month, and a large webpage made for browsing current inventory, they are a great resource for anyone who is interested in buying cheap cars.
Seized Goods and Property
If you have never been to a police department or county sheriffs auction you are in for a real treat. Just about every kind of merchandise you have ever seen in your life can be up for auction. This is just a short list: vehicles, car/home stereo equipment, jewelry, bikes, auto tools, desktop computers and laptops, and a wide range of electronics, and much much more.
U.S. Military Surplus
$23 Billion of Military Surplus
All the toys the Military works with. Is this hot or what! Offered will be Vehicles, Aerospace and Defense, Apparel and Textiles, Construction, Consumer Goods, Electronics and Communication, Industrial Equipment, Medical and Transportation related goods.
Seized Homes and Property
When the Internal Revenue Service seizes property it winds up on the auction block. These auctions include everything from houses to airplanes and yachts, as well as other assorted property. Anything the IRS has seized for failure to pay taxes is up for grabs to the highest bidder.
Specializing in Heavy Trucks, Trailers, Industrial, Commercial, and Construction Equipment.