Blog Archives for 1974 Cessna 310q Aircraft

Friday, October 3, 2014

1974 Cessna 310Q Aircraft: Take To The Friendly Skies

Cessna1Next up on the auction block is this 1974 Cessna 310Q Aircraft, Tail# N69HB. With its white and dark blue striped exterior, this plane is ready to take to the skies (with a little bit of handiwork). This aircraft has Twin-McCauley propellers, and Twin Continental 470 series engines, Arnay R-50 GPS, Garmin GNS430 navigation, a Bendiz/King transponder, and much much more! The itnerior is in fair condition but needs a bit of work. The fabric seats are cracked, there is some molding cracking inside the cockpit, and the carpet and headliner is in fair condition. The exterior is in average condition with some chipping around the nose as well as some cracking on the cowls around the props. A thorough inspection of this plane is strongly recommended and flight logs will be available upon request. The current asking price for this aircraft is just $30,1000 with 8 online bids already made. This auction will be ending in just 4 days, 1 hour, and 36 minutes so if you’d like to learn more about it, then all you have to do is click here right now to activate your 3 day free trial.

 

 


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Friday, October 3, 2014

Cartier Gold Ring and a Platinum Diamond Band: Put a Ring On It

band1Next up are a couple of jewelry auctions now currently available for online bidding. The first item we have to tell you all about is this hand made 18k yellow gold (stamped) Cartier womens ring. It has dome style mounting, a 6.7mm tapered shank, comes in size 10, weighs 13.6 grams, and is in fantastic looking condition; although an inspection is strongly recommended. The current asking price for it is only $1,000 with no bids as of yet, and the auction will be ending 6 days and 21 minutes remaining.

If you’re looking for a slightly more affordable ring that’s still incredibly fashionable then this lady’s platinum diamond band might definitely be for you. This hand made ring contains five bezel set full round cut diamonds, and weighs a total of 0.50 carats. The ring comes in a size 7 and the diamonds are G color and VS1-VS2 clarity. An inspection of this ring is also strongly recommended. The current asking price for this ring is just $350 with no bids and less than a week remaining. If you’d like to find out more about either of these auctions then simply click here to activate your 3 day free trial account.

 


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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Lot of Medical Equipment: Medical Surplus On The Cheap!

scootCheck out today’s first auction deal of the day consisting of a massive lot of various medical equipment. This auction perfect for anyone looking to flip these items for a profit and is made up of everything from cushions to motorized scooters. Just some of the goods included in the sale are: seven Drive Medical (Active Care) Spitfire Wheel Compact Scooters, Two Drive Medical (Active Care), Spitfire 1410 4-Wheel Scooters, One Guardian Easy Care 2000 wheelchair, One Drive Go Light Bariatric Steel Rollator Wheelchair, Seventy-Nine Drive Medical Adjustable Universal Rear Anti-Tipper, Two Drive Medical Adult Deluxe Folding Walkers, One Drive Medical General Use Back Cushion w/Lumbar Support 18″ x 17″, Two Drive Medical General Use Back Cushion w/Lumbar Support 18″ x 17″, Six Drive Medical Grab Bar, One Drive Offset Handle Aluminum Cane, One First Quality Prevail Fluff Absorbent Underpad 23″ x 36″ (Case of 150) One Gem Care Bath Bench w/out Back, Approximately Seven Gem Care Canes, One Gem Care Plastic Transfer Bench, Five Invacare Heavy Duty Shower Chairs w/Backrest, One Invacare Overnight Underpants, One Invacare Premium Briefs in Medium (80 per case), Approximately Ten Invacare Supply Group Sleep Overs Disposable Pants (15 per package/10 packages), and basically a ton of other medical items that would take a long time to list. For a complete listing and to find out more about this online auction, simply click here to activate your 3 day free trial account. The current asking price for this bulk sale is just $15,353 with just 3 days, 22 hours, and 30 minutes remaining!


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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

2007 Cadillac Escalade and a 2008 Chevy Impala: Which Do You Fancy?

escalUp next, we’re hitting you with not one but two amazing car auction deals! Let’s start off with this beautiful 2007 Cadillac Escalade currently up for online bid. This sweet 4 door ride has a powerful V8 engine, automatic transmission, four wheel drive, gold exterior, plush leather interior, power sunroof, Bridgestone tires, power mirrors, power seats, keyless entry, A/C, heated seats, AM/FM/DVD/CD changer and stereo,  premium alloy wheels, and just under 30k miles. Aesthetically it’s in fantastic condition. The only thing missing if your current bid. As of right now the vehicle is nicely priced at just under $14k with roughly two weeks left to bid.

impaIf SUVs aren’t your thing, then we have a bit of info on something you just might be interested in. Now also up for online auction is this 2008 Chevrolet Impala LS sedan. This vehicle sports a 3.5 liter 6 cylinder Flexfuel engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, power windows, AM/FM/CD stereo, dual airbags, premium wheels and tires, and just 85k miles. The vehicles is in great condition both inside and out. The starting bid for this Impala is just $100 with no bids as of yet. If you’d like to find out more about either of these cars, then all you have to do is click here in order to activate your 3 day free trial account.


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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Giant Lot of Miscellaneous Electronics and Recording Equipment: Become The Next Big Record Producer!

equipCalling all professional musicians and musical dabblers! Next up is an auction just for you! The auction consists of one giant lot of musical recording and electronic equipment. Just some of the items included in the sale are: One Presonus HP4 4-Channel Headphone Amplifier, One Presonus Monitoring Station Studio Control Center, One Focusrite Liquid Channel Equalizer QM03018, One Monitor Professional Reference PowerCenter w/plug, One JBL Professional 18″ Bi-Amplifier Monitor, One Mackie MCU PRO Universal Control Surface, One Behringer Eurolive 15″ PA Subwoofer, One Atlas Base Piece Poles, One Yamaha Music Production Synthesizer, Three Motorola 3-Way Radios , One RME Fire Face 400, One Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Pro Headphones with case, One 50″ Panasonic HD Plasma TV, One 42″ Phillips Flat Screen has a small hole , One 40″ View Sonic LCD TV, One 50″ Samsung Plasma TV, One 58″ Panasonic HD Plasma TV, One 50″ Samsung Plasma TV, and Eight Sound Microphone Bases. The items vary in condition and range from excellent to scrap. A thorough inspection is strongly recommended. The current asking price for this massive lot is at $1,672 with no bids as of yet, nor has the reserve been met. This auction ends in exactly 6 days, 1 hour and 57 minutes, so if you’d like to find out more about it, then all you have to do is click here to activate your 3 day free trial account!


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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Single Family Property In Collinsville, IL: It’s Got Everything Including The Kitchen Sink!

lindenwoodNext up on the auction block is this beautiful single family property located in rural Collinsville, Illinois. Constructed back in 1997, this property has 3,400 square feet of living space that sits on a 0.67 acre lot and contains 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, an eat in kitchen, dining room, living room, an enclosed front porch and gazebo. The home additionally features gas forced hear and central air conditioning as well. Overall this property is in great shape both inside and out and an inspection is strongly encouraged. The current asking price for it is just $100,000 with no bids as of yet. We aren’t exactly sure when this auction will be ending but it will likely be within a couple of weeks so we strongly urge you to activate your 3 day free trial right now to find out all about it.

 

 

 


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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

2011 FORD F150 Truck: There’s a Reason Why It’s the Best Selling Pickup

5.0Today’s first auction deal of the day is for this 2011 Ford F150 that’s now up for  auction. It is currently available for online bidding as well. If you’re looking for an excellent all-around truck with a powerful engine, then this is definitely it. Under the hood you’ll find a 5.0 liter V8 engine, 6 speed automatic transmission, and rear wheel drive, as well as power windows, power mirrors, power steering, keyless entry, an alarm system, AM/FM/CD stereo, rear defrost, premium wheels, Bluetooth, steering wheel controls, and just under 60k miles. All in all the vehicle is in very good condition with normal wear and tear. The current asking price for it is just $23,300 with 11 bids already placed. This auction will be ending in approximately 3 days, 2 hours, and 40 minutes so click here now to find out all about it!


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Posted in autos, Online Auction, Online Auction Items, Surplus
Monday, September 29, 2014

Who Is Allowed To Attend A Government Auction?

Who is allowed to attend a government auctionIf you’ve been following along on our blog, you know that we’ve written about over half a dozen different auctions that you can attend, including police auctions, bankruptcy auctions, US Treasury auctions, Department of Defense Auctions, GSA Auctions, US Customs auctions, US Marshals auctions, and others.   At these auctions you can find just about anything, from new and used cars to electronics, real estate, and lots of other things. One topic we thought deserved some more attention was the matter of who, exactly, is eligible to attend all these auctions? Are they completely open to the public or do you need some kind of special license, is a question we get asked a lot. Let’s dive right in and look at some scenarios!

General Admission: This one is pretty easy; anyone can attend these auctions. If you’ve got some free time and just want to go stand around and watch an auction you are free to do that (we suggest doing this anyway if you’ve never been to an auction, so you can get a feel for the process). However, you still need to meet the minimum age requirements (18 years old) and have money if you wish to bid.

Trade Restriction: These types of auctions are only open to persons of specific trades. The sale of tobacco is one case where the general public is not allowed to attend. The reason these restrictions exist is to only have people at the auction that actually have some intention of buying. Another reason is that these types of auctions have certain terms and restrictions that are expected of people in the industry. One example of this might be hazardous materials, which need to be handled by a professional. Some other types of trade restrictions include: large machinery, raw gems, jewelry, salvage yards, electric component parts, raw materials, drugs and alcohol, and others. Sometimes, you will also find that assets that are sold in bulk or wholesale are sold with trade restrictions.

Financial Restriction: Anyone who has ever attended a government auction knows that sometimes items sell for tens of thousands of dollars or more. From time to time, in order to ensure that only serious bidders attend, certain financial restrictions are set. These restrictions can vary from auction to auction, but typically involve a cash or certified check deposit, which is collected before you may be admitted to the auction. If you do not win the auction, or if you change your mind and do not bid at all, your bid deposit is refunded. If you are the winner, your bid deposit is applied toward the final purchase price. We’ve seen many auctions, especially the higher priced ones, that have a bid deposit. Although the process of submitting a bid deposit can seem a bit cumbersome and annoying, it can actually work to your advantage. The bid deposit requirement often works to limit the number of bidders, which means less competition for you.

Be prepared to put down anywhere from 10%-20% of the purchase price. If you are the winner of the auction, make sure you are able to follow through and complete the purchase; otherwise your deposit will be forfeited.

Now that you are familiar with the various requirements for admission to a government auction, you can start searching for auctions with confidence. If you are ever unsure of what the requirement are, just contact the auctioneer and they will let you know. Many of the auctions listed on GovernmentAuctions.org are general admission auctions. In those instances where a bid deposit is required, it will clearly say so in the description.


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