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Friday, September 07, 2007

  Home PCs for Next To Nothing

Want a nice computer for a tenth of what you'd pay for one in stores? Then this Dell Optiplex GX240 is the perfect computer for you. This 1.6GHz Pentium 4 includes the following: 20 GB hard drive w/ CD-ROM, CD-RW, and floppy drive. Also included is a Dell E171FP 17" flat panel LCD monitor w/ keyguard, speakers, mouse,and two power cords. Current bid is only $75 with several days remaining. Click here.

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  Under The Sea...

The next item up for auction is this 1968 Nikon II camera; discontinued in 1975. The camera has a special underwater lens with combination wind-on and shutter release. It was designed as "water-contact optics" and are not usable in air. The Nikon's II are waterproof up to 50 meters (160 ft), are very strong, and fitted with interchangeable lenses. The camera comes with a Subsea MK 150 light, Novatek 28 aqua craft lens, hard carrying case, mounting hardware (in excellent condition), printed instruction manual, and camera strap. The current bid is $300 with several bidders already interested in the item, so do yourself a favor a try become the next Jacques Cousteau by register now!

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  A Car America Can Be Proud Of

Up for auction this week through an online government surplus website is this 2001 Dodge Durango. VIN: 1B4HS28N41F600475. This 4.7 L V-8 runs very well and comes with 126k miles. That might seem like a lot but trust us, this car still has a lot of life left in it. Here's what the Durango includes: 4X4, A/C, power windows, power locks, cruise control, AM/FM cassette. The current bid is just $2,550 with a little over a week remaining. Click here to get all the info.

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Thursday, September 06, 2007

  Don't Delay On These PDAs!

This next auction for a lot of PDAs is probably one of the most insane deals we've ever seen! So far the current bid is only at $20 and about a week remains for these 6 various Palm models. Here's what you'll get:
(2) Palm
(1) Palm llle
(1) Palm V
(1) Palm Vx
(1) iPAQ
In total these devices retail in the hundreds but here is your chance to own them for next to nothing. Register now and start saving.

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  Videogames + Auctions = Great Deals!

Why go to some videogame or computer store to buy a used Playstation 2 console when you can buy one from a government auction for a fraction of their cost! Many people don't know this but videogames and toys are among the most prevalent items auctioned off at government surplus and seized property auctions. This PS2 also comes with 2 controllers so you and a friend are all set to have a good time if you win the auction. Current bid is just $25 with 4 days remaining. Click here now!

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Wednesday, September 05, 2007

  Queen of the Skies

Like to fly? How about flying your very own plane around? If you have ambition to learn to fly or you already currently have your license, we recommend you check this next auction out immediately! This 1960 Beechcraft, Queen Air 65 twin-engine cabin class plane comes with the following and is stated to be in very good condition:

Avionics:
3 audio panels - 2 cockpit/1 in cabin
King package with communication radio
Transponder and radar
Autopilot
Garmin GNS430 - IFR Approved
Stormscope

Times:
Total airframe: 9390 hours
Engines- since overhaul: 740 hours
Props - since overhaul 120 hours

This auction ends in only 8 days so don't overthink it and just register!

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  The 'S' in Sony Stands For Savings

Cameras are nothing new to government auctions but finding ridiculously cheap cameras are a little bit harder to come by. This 2.0 megapixel Sony FD-2000 Mavica digital still camera has a current bid of only $21.50 and is the perfect example of this. We recommend you register immediately because this auction ends in less than 2 days. Click here now and let the savings begin.

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  The Cheapest Car Radio You'll Ever Buy!

This JVC CD receiver, model KD-G110 is now up for auction and must go! The radio easily retails for over $100 in stores which is why you need to get on this right away. Only 5 hours remain on this auction and the current bid is only $5!! Click here now!

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  Lose Your 'Tree Trunk Legs' with Austin Exercise Equipment

If you're looking to build up those calf muscles or strengthen those quads, this leg drive machine by Austin is the perfect exercise machine for you. Stated to be in excellent shape, this machine was previously used by Montana State University for several semesters. This item can only be picked-up up in person if it is won through the online auction so bid carefully. Here are its dimensions: 12' 9" long; 5' 6" wide; 5' tall at highest point; 1'9" at lowest point. Auction ends 9/10. Click here.

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Tuesday, September 04, 2007

  German Engineering Conquers All

When it comes to cars one things is certain -- Germans know how to build them! Take a peek at this 1987 BMW L7. This well-oiled machine was built before the fall of communism and still runs smoother than Mikhail Gorbachev's shiny bald head. The sedan comes with the following: 3.4L 6 cylinder engine, DOHC, A/C, and sunroof. VIN# WBAFG2413H1091773 and the odometer reads 183,470. The current bid is only $1800 with less than a day remaining so click here now!

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  Know Your Limit!

Instead of paying a fortune on some fancy shmancy gizmo from The Sharper Image that can check your alcohol level, why not purchase the real device cops use?! That's right, these two intoximeters known as the Sensor II are manufactured by Alco and are now up for bid online. Only 2 days remain on this auction and the current bid is just $30 so you better hurry and click here!

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  A Mule You Don't Have To Feed

If you thought golf carts were cool, a mule will simply blow you away! Mules are not weak and underpowered like golf carts are, in fact they are probably twice as fast and weigh significantly less. Now that we have your attention, check out this 2000 Kawasaki Mule 3000 model: KAF620-G1 with a 4 stroke engine. VIN: JK1AFCG141B501296. This auction ends in just one week and the current bid is $1000. Click here to register.

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Monday, September 03, 2007

  It's Time To Ditch The Wires And Go Cordless


Wired headsets for phones and cell phones have been around for some time now but have you ever considered the convenience of a cordless one? If you haven't, you should! Cordless headsets are great because you don't have to carry or be next to your phone constantly like the corded types. This Avaya cordless headset is the perfect gadget to ensure that type of convenience every time you use your phone. Register now and don't miss out on this amazing deal. Online auction ends in just 4 days and the current bid is only a buck!

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