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Friday, October 9, 2015
Tags: john deere 265
This vintage machine comes from a series of old John Deere Tractors that were manufactured between 1987 to 1994, as a part of the late 200 series. The standard source of power in this model is a 1 cylinder, 17 HorsePower air cooled Kawasaki FC540V engine, with 534 cc displacement. The bore / stroke is 3.5 by 3.4 inches. The air cleaner is designed as a dry element with foam pre-cleaner. The engine’s compression is 8.3:1, and the rated RPM is 3350. The starter is powered with 12 volts, and the machine’s oil capacity is 2.6 Quarts (2.5 liters). This specific John Deere Lawn Mower comes with a working lawn mower below the chassis, and runs well. The deck measures 48 inches, and the mower itself features a convenient Hydrostatic Drive with a single cylinder, 4 cycle engine. This machine is a great investment, and although it does not include a John Deere warranty, this machine is very likely to continue mowing strong for quite a while, as it has been doing for a great many years already. You can enjoy a John Deere landscape on yo0ur property with the help of this machine, regardless of whether you are working in your front yard, back yard, or even on a golf course. This machine features the standard John Deere lawn mower wheels that are sturdy and reliable in getting you and your mower wherever you need to go, and whenever you desire to do so. This mower includes each original John Deere lawnmower part, and is a pleasure to use, even on a daily basis.
The highest bid of the four bids to date on this John Deere 265 Lawn Mower is just $160, a fraction of its true value. This auction closes on October the fourteenth at 3:25 in the afternoon, Central Time (CT) which means that you have just over 5 days to make this awesome mower yours! For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
, john deere landscape
, john deere lawn mower wheels
, john deere lawnmower part
, john deere warranty
, Lawn Mower
, old john deere tractors Posted in Live Auction
, Live Auction Items
, Online Auction
, Online Auction Items
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Tags: iphone 5 vs 5s
Purchase iPhone 5S (64 GB) for a fraction of the retail price! The typical iPhone 5s 64gb price ranges between $640 to $800, yet this band new device is currently bidding at just $205 – even better than any Black Friday sale! iPhone 5s devices like this (brand new, 64Gb, surplus sale) rarely come up at such prices – not even used iPhone 5s devices! This devices comes with a 4 inch retina display, with which you can view your 1080p HD video recordings being made with an 8MP iSight camera featuring True Tone flash. Working hard below this amazingly clear display is an A7 chip with a M7 motion coprocessor that powers and allows for the functioning of the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, myriad apps, and many other features of the device. Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards. Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin. If you look at the many iphone 5c vs 5s reviews as well as iphone 5 vs 5s comparison out there, you will see for yourself that the 64Gb iphone 5S (with its beautiful retina display) is the very best iphone in Apple’s “5-series” that money can buy.
The current bid on this iPhone is just $205, and the auction closes on October the fourteenth at 12.41 in the afternoon, Central Time (CT) which means that you have just under 6 days to make this awesome phone yours! For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
, iphone 5c vs 5s
, iphone 5s 64gb price
, Purchase iphone 5s
, sale iphone 5s Posted in Apple
, Online Auction
, Online Auction Items
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Tags: aircraft charter jet
For sale today is one really awesome 1981 DASSAULT FALCON FA-20G FIXED WING AIRCRAFT. Although this aircraft is not in flying condition, it has a tremendous amount of potential for becoming your next charter jet aircraft! Some other ideas for this former United States Coast Guard Carrier include converting it into a restaurant or bar, creating a very unique one-lane bowling alley, or even converting it into a very special studio apartment / home. This former Coast Guard plane has had all of its major components removed, but can be fixed up in a jiffy. If you are looking for an aircraft for charter flights with friends, you can look into a FAA aircraft registration. There is no data plate available, but other data is, including: USCG Tail Number 2131, Serial number 452, and an HU-25 Sensor Improvement as well. You can upgrade the aircraft instrument panel and install engines and upgraded flight and taxi systems as well. This model is called the HU-25 Guardian and was used as a high-speed spotter aircraft to assist in search and rescue operation guiding the surface operations fleet. Sold in scrap condition. The current bid on this aircraft is just $500, and the auction closes on October the twentieth at 10:10 in the morning, Central Time (CT). For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
, aircraft for charter
, aircraft instrument panel
, aircraft parts supplies
, charter jet aircraft
, faa aircraft registration
, smile Posted in aircraft
, Online Auction
, Online Auction Items
Friday, October 2, 2015
Tags: 2013 Chevy Silverado
This vehicle is of the type that any Chevy Silverado forum dreams of discussing. You can bet all four of your tires that you won’t find any vehicle nearly as awesome as this tricked out 2013 Chevrolet Silverado. This incredible truck has been customized by MCM Vehicles, a company specializing in extremely high performance on and off road SUV’s and other vehicles. This pristine Chevy Silverado has a low mileage of just 12,634 miles (over the course of nearly 3 years!)
This 2013 Chevrolet is loaded up with an automatic transmission for its powerful v8 engine. Also included in this blacked out customized SUV are Power Windows, Power Seats, Power Door Locks and Power Steering. Air Conditioning is, of course, included in this amazing deal. This pick up truck comes with 4 Doors as well as an adjustable open/close Tailgate. The truck bed comes with a specialized cover for use even while driving, and the vehicle cabin is enclosed by a sturdy hardtop roof. Leather Seats are included for your luxurious comfort, and audio entertainment is within arms reach by means of in-vehicle perks, including AM Radio, FM Radio, and a CD Player. There is, of course, a built-in alarm System. This truck comes with Baja ATZ 35X12.50R20LT Tires from Mickey Thompson, and are supported by specialty blacked out After Market 20″ Eagle Alloys Rims. Keys are included for this fully functional black on black 2013 Silverado, and easy access to the cabin is guaranteed by the built in Running Boards. Some included options are the very useful Back up camera, Back up sensors, and window wind visors. This car comes with a powerful tow package as well. Other than the regular wear and tear, this vehicle is in prime condition, and is just itching to be driven.
You can be the very first bidder on this top of the line, souped up custom 2013 Chevy Silverado. With all customizations and upgrades included, this vehicle is easily worth at least $35,000 – yet the starting bid is just $15,813! There are just 12 days left in the auction. You have until Noon (12 PM Central Time) on October the fourteenth to claim this wonderful device as your own.¬† For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
, Blacked Out Trucks
, Chevy Silverado Forum
, Chevy Silverados
, Custom Chevy
, Custom SUV
, v8 Trucks Posted in autos
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Tags: 13 inch retina
Welcome to every computer lover’s dream come true! For sale today in a local government auction is one Apple Macbook Pro with a 13 inch Retina display, Late 2013 model (Serial: C02MR1TLFH05). This computer comes with no operating system, apps, software, or accessories (such as charger, case, external drives, etc). This is an excellent opportunity to buy an amazing laptop without the exorbitant cost of buying a computer straight from Apple. This is a perfect opportunity to play around with installing new parts. Some ideas include the following: New upgraded RAM drives – although Apple sells this computer with a maximum of 8GB of ram (split into two 4GB units in the two ports), it is possible to install up to 16GB of RAM by popping in two 8GB RAM units. This speed increase you will get from this RAM upgrade will knock your socks right off! Another idea would be to upgrade the hard drive to a powerful 1 Terabyte Solid State Drive (SSD), which is an exciting new technology being used in newer computers. This type of hard drive does not spin around at 5000 RPM like your standard hard drive, but rather stays still as it reads and writes.
See the table below for more info on the standard specs for the late 2013 model MacBook Pro with 13 inch Retina Display.
There is currently just three bids on this late 2013 13 inch Retina MBP, totaling a super low $551 bid on this valuable item, worth around $1,200. There are just under 14 days left in the auction. You have until Noon (12 PM Central Time) on October the fifteenth to claim this wonderful device as your own.¬† For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
Standard specs on the 13″ Retina MacBook Pro Model:
||October 22, 2013
||July 29, 2014
||A1502 (EMC 2678)
||Retina Late 2013 13″
||4 GB, 8 GB*
||128, 256, 512 GB SSD
, apple macbook pro
, macbook retina
, retina display
, SSD upgrade
, Upgrade Macbook Hard Drive
, Upgrade Macbook Pro RAM
, upgrade RAM Posted in Apple
, Macbook Pro
Friday, September 18, 2015
Tags: mixed bills money counter
N-Gene Mixed Money Counter
Has it been a burden for you to count your money?
Too many mixed bills to organize?
Fear not dear friend, today the solution to your problem has arrived!
On sale today in an online government auction is one N-Gene Mixed Money Counter. this nifty device can count the value and amount of bills in any stack of your Dollar Bills all day and all night!
No presorting is necessary. Simply choose your settings, place the bills in the hopper and go. The N-Gene counts the bills you want to count and automatically diverts the others to the large 100 note-capacity pocket. Everything is performed quickly and accurately with no need to stop midway through the process. The N-Gene features advanced high-speed denomination recognition technology, four modes of counting bills, preset batching and a blazing 1,100 notes per minute speed.
FOUR COUNTING MODES:
- Mixed Mode: Identifies and counts mixed denomination bills
- Single Mode: Counts a specific denomination. Different denominations are stored in a specialized container
- Separation Mode: The machine temporarily stops when a bill of a specific denomination is detected. When bills are removed from the machine, the counting continues.
- Free Mode: Counts how many bills are in the stack (without calculating value)
N-GENE MIXED MONEY COUNTER FEATURES
- Mixed Bills Money Counter
- Money Sorter
- 3 inch Color LCD display
- Mixed Counting Mode
- Sorting Mode
- Piece Counting Mode
- Face Orientation
- Counterfeit Detection
- CIS image scan for both sides if banknote detection
- Multiple MR channels for MG detection
- Three points UV and full line IR sensors
- SD card program upgrade
There is currently just one $749 bid on this valuable item, worth at least $2,895. There are just under 14 days left in the auction. You have until Noon (12 PM Central Time) on October the second to claim this wonderful device as your own.¬† For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
, mixed bills sorter
, mixed money counter
, money counter
, n-gene Posted in Computers
, Online Auction
, Online Auction Items
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Tags: affordable wedding gown
Once upon a time, there were eighteen future brides to be. These happy ladies all had a dream about their wonderful weddings coming up, where they wore the bridal gown of their dreams! Some dreamed of themselves in Victorian wedding gowns, and others in their very own halter wedding gown. Each of these ladies asked aloud and wondered where they could find an inexpensive wedding gown. They spent their days meandering through blogs and catalogs, fantasizing over pictures of wedding gowns that they knew they could never afford. “If only there was someone, somewhere, who could help me find an affordable wedding gown for my dream wedding, which is coming closer day by day!” Each of these eighteen brides curiously pondered their wedding gown dream meaning, and each came up with a different interpretation. One girl declared, “my dream is a guarantee that I will get a wonderful yet cheap gown, wedding gowns accessories, and free cleaning from the local wedding gown dry cleaners!” Yet another woman exclaimed, “not only will I have the most wonderful wedding, but I will also open my own wedding gown dry cleaner business as well!” For some strange reason, each woman believed that her dream had something to do with a wedding gowns dry cleaner! What actually ended up happening is as follows – please keep in mind that the age-old saying is true, “reality is truly stranger than fiction!” There was a government auction that a very kind person had heard about through Government Auctions, where there were 18 wedding gowns for sale at a ridiculously low price. This blessed soul purchased the lot of gowns, and then looked all around the country for women who needed help with acquiring a wedding gown. This generous donor quickly found organizations such as The Bride’s Project, where these wedding gowns could be donated (and all profits from their sale would be used for fighting cancer). Funnily enough, it turns out that this generous donor even made sure to go to a wedding gowns dry cleaners before donating all of the dresses that our eighteen wonderful brides wore to the wedding of their dreams.
Normally this is where we’d write “the end,” except that this is just the beginning… Will YOU be the generous donor who fulfills a woman’s wedding dreams? You‚Äôve got just under 6 days and 22 hours to make many people’s dreams come true. These eighteen wedding gowns are now bidding at just $270 – that’s practically free! For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
Descriptions of the gowns are as follows:
- Ivory Venus by Lotus Orient Corp., style 6246-141, Size 8
- White Venus, style 6087-153, size 12
- White Pallas Athena, style P444-274, Size 12
- Ivory Venus, style 6220, size 6
- White Venus, style 9475-406, size 10
- Ivory Venus, style 6084-235, size 4
- Ivory Venus style 6220, size 6
- White Pallas Athena, style P46T-30, size 10
- White Pallas Athena, style 9462, size 12, Ivory Off the Off the shoulder with bow in back
- Ivory Venus, style 6040-630, size 6
- White 2 piece gown, style -VD-0791, size 8
- White, style BH 027, size 8
- Ivory Venus, style 6040-627, size 6
- Ivory Venus, style 6040-646, size 8
- Ivory Venus, style 6206-112, size 10
- White Pallas Athena, style 9421-Y002, size 10
- Ivory dress, style, size unknown
- White, style 710, size 10, one white train
, cheap gown wedding
, evening wedding gown
, Inexpensive Wedding Gown
, victorian wedding gowns
, wedding gowns accessories Posted in accessories
, Clothing & Accessories
, Wedding Gowns
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Bid on this EZ Go Electric Cart and take it for an easy joy ride! Whether it’s to be used for industry purposes or simply to get you from point A to point B, it is a great item to add to your driveway or garage! This Auction is going on now and the close time is this upcoming Monday, September 21st at 6:33 pm. At the close of the auction, the user with the highest bid wins the auction, as long as that bid is at or above the auction’s reserve price. This EZ Go Electric Cart is located in Simms, LA and there is currently one bid on it. It does have broken and missing parts, however is still fully functional and can be used for multi purposes, such as, local transportation purposes, industrial or work related purposes, or even leisure and fun. It is great for lengthy driveways and small town homeowners. The best part of it is the low cost with a current bid of only $10. How can we not feel tempted to be the second bidder? You’ve got 4 days 8 hours and 52 minutes to jump on this EZ Go Electric Cart before its snatched up and gone! For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
, EZ-GO golf cart
, go carts Posted in autos
, Online Auction
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Tags: agent border patrol
Mark your territory with this awesome border station!
Are you planning any Canada trips anytime soon?
Are Canada Motel options not to your liking?
We’ve got some breaking news, Canada lovers!
We have just the thing to improve your Canada weekend experience by leaps and bounds!¬†For sale today is the Old Oroville Border Patrol Station, located at¬†1105 Main Street, Oroville, WA 98844 (i.e. in beautiful Washington State). This sale is a popular subject in Washington State’s¬†border patrol news, and every¬†agent, border patrol, background check expert, and local resident are buzzing about this deal. As shown on the Washington State map, this plot of land is just south of the Canadian border. If you take a look at any map of Washington State, you will notice that this station is build on the Main road of Oroville, and is situated between the banks of the Similkameen River and the Okanogan River.¬† Just a couple blocks north, the Osoyoos Lake Veteran’s Memorial Park sits on the beautiful shores of the Deep Bay, on the American side of Osoyoos Lake.
The property for sale has so many potential uses. This + 0.5 acre parcel is improved with a 5,500 square foot administrative building, with a humongous attached six bay parking garage (i.e. private six car garage) that is enhanced by a paved parking area, and is secured with a rear perimeter¬†fence. The final open house for this property was on Wednesday the fifth of August, from Noon until¬†2:00 PM. There are currently eight bidders vying for the purchase of this property, and the current bid is a relatively low $149,501 – an excellent price per value ratio! This auction ends today, the third of September 2015, shortly after a quarter past ten in the evening, Central Time (bidding closes at 10:16 PM, CT to be exact). This leaves just under nine hours left for you to make one of the best investments of your life! There is a required two thousand dollar ($2000) bid deposit on the exclusively online auction site page. For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
, background check
, border patrol news
, breaking news canada
, canada motel
, canada trips
, canada weekend
, map of Washington State
, Washington State map Posted in Uncategorized
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Tags: 2007 ford crown victoria police interceptor
Buy this car and keep on being awesome :)
You’re in luck!
Thanks to a local Crown Victoria police ford interceptor surplus sale,you can get this 2008 Ford sedan for pennies on the dollar. This ex-police vehicle is currently accepting bids starting at just $1000. Think about it, this can become your new ford Crown Victoria with practically no money out of your pocket! This 2008 version is much better than the 2007 ford Crown Victoria police interceptor, since it has less miles and newer parts.Another benefit of the 2008 Crown Vic is that you do not have to deal with the earlier fuel tank removal 1999 Crown Victoria issue.¬† This vehicle comes with Crown Victoria police car wheels, as well as the timeless classic Crown Victoria performance that has made this vehicle such a favorite throughout the years. You should take advantage of this extra special Crown ford sale,Victoria vehicle exclusive! This excellent vehicle is a 4 x 2, meaning that it is a vehicle with 4 wheels powered by 2 of those wheels, which means that it is a 2WD (two wheel drive) sedan. The powerful 4.6L v8 (eight cylinder) engine has a displacement of 4.6 liters. Please note that there are antenna holes drilled in the roof, as well as holes drilled in the front doors (interior and exterior), and also in the bumpers. The wires are cut under the hood, and the horn is inoperable. passenger visor cup is broken, right high beam inoperable (but no need for any work on the Crown Ford Victoria assembly parking light). The battery is not as strong as it used to be, from bumper is cracked, and car paint is slightly peeling. Since this surplus Crown Victoria is selling for so cheap, the cost of the vehicle is minimal, even once you include the work that needs to be done. This vehicle is great for a low cost commuter vehicle (with the incredibly comfortable seats), or as an affordable taxi vehicle. This car is also perfect for a first time drivers vehicle, as it is strong, solid, and super soft on the insides! This auction ends on the eighth of September, at ten past noon Central Time (12:10 PM, CT). This means that you, the lucky winner of this auction, have only four days and just over 23 hours to make this 2008 4.6L V8 Ford Crown Victoria yours! For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!
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, crown victoria police car wheels
, crown victoria police ford interceptor surplus
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, fuel tank removal 1999 crown victoria
, new ford crown victoria Posted in Police Auctions
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