Are you looking for medical equipment for an office? Well then check out this great device being auctioned off! This lot features a Global Media I8500 Telehealth cart. Telehealth carts are systems that combine cameras, displays, and network access to bring remote physicians near the patient. Hard drive in the computer has been removed. This item is being sold due to updates that are taking place by the sellers. Medical machines can be pretty expensive, but if you bid on this auction before closing time you can have a chance at owning this awesome machine for a great price! This device alone has a retail value of a few hundred dollars! An inspection of this vehicle is strongly suggested. This auction is located in Mountain Home, Tennessee and the closing time is on April 21, 2020 at 5:22 p.m central time. For additional information about the property and proposed sale, please contact Tracy Van Fleet at 423-483-4587. The current bid on this device is currently $250 with the reserve not met yet. Make sure that you become the very next person to bid and have a chance at owning this telehealth cart! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.
Are you moving into a new home and need to purchase a dishwasher? Do you dread doing the dishes at home and have been thinking of getting a new dishwasher? Well then check this out because this auction is here to solve all those problems! This lot consist of 2 each Kitchen Aid Dishwashers, model# KDTM354DSS and KDPE234GPS. Both Dishwashers are in good working condition. If you were looking to purchase these dishwashers at a retail store it would cost you a few hundred dollars each, but if you bid on this auction before closing time you can have a chance of owning both of these heavy duty appliances for a jaw dropping price! If you would like to inspect these dishwashers in person before deciding whether or not to place a bid then you must contact the custodian ahead of time to schedule an appointment. Parts may be missing and repairs may be required. This auction is located in Danville, Illinois and the closing time is on August 23 at 5:37 pm central time. Right now, the current bid is only at $50 USD with 2 bidders so far. This auction has a few interested bidders already so make sure that you become the very next person to bid and hopefully win these awesome machines! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.
Forklifts! These goofy, disproportionately shaped vehicles look like some kind of grown up go-kart, but in reality, they provide a necessary function for many businesses. Most consumers take for granted that the 5o pound bags of sand, piled 20 high, on a shelf 10 feet above them had to get up there somehow. The forklift, in its capacity as a large inventory mover, is the un-celebrated workhorse that makes the modern warehouse possible. The forklift up for auction has a laughably low current bid of just $505, more than $7,000 less than the next best price! What you get for the price is an all electric forklift, manufactured by ‘Crown,’ model #40fctt-188. This machine can heft loads up to 3,600 pounds with ease and its press on solid wheels will keep on rolling longer than regular tires between replacements. On the other hand, the price for this huge markdown is the uncertainty that can come with this type of deal. The forks of the lift are included but need to be attached, the charger is not included and would need to be replaced and the sale condition is “as is.” If you are OK with that and the chance of maybe needing to do a few repairs to get it in full working order, than this huge money saving auction is for you. Besides for making sure to place your bid on this Harrisburg, PA based auction before it ends December 30 at 5:01 PM Central Time (CT), click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org and receive your FREE 3 day trial!
After yesterdays post about a lathe, I thought I would continue with the “workshop” theme. Today’s featured auction, the humble drill press, is truly a workshop staple and is used by beginners and professionals. With a precision handle that allows you to slowly and precisely lower the bit, it easily bests a hand drill with its precision, and stability. Thanks to its interchangeable drill bits, it can drill though many different materials and can be used for a large variety of projects. This specific example is manufactured by “Central Machinery” and is model T-583. Equipped with 16 speeds, 1 HP and 16 AMPs it is up for the job and ready for action. The drill is located in New Johnsonville, TN and has a current bid of just $70 with just 2 current bidders and an end time of December 28 at 7:12 PM Central Time (CT). It should be noted that the listing does mention that the drill needs repair, but with simple machinery like this, if you are handy, it should be easily repairable and you can get a handy tool at a low price! For more information or to find other auctions, click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org and receive your FREE three day trial!
Finally after years of pouring your hard earned dollars into someone else’s beer company you have decide that you have what it takes to brew your own liquid awesome. You buy or grow the requisite ingredients, neurotically clean all the utensils so the taste stays pure, minutely measure the hops and like a mother watching a child, you keep your eye on the temperature of your fermenting work, as your humble malt water matures into the amazing beverage it has the potential to become. But after all is said and done and you are ready to bottle your concoction you realize that in all your exuberance you have made quite a big batch and don’t want to have to sit and bottle your recipe and even more so sit and screw on countless caps.Fear not, because for auction today is a bottle filler to insert your precious brew into the bottle and a cap-er to safely keep it in its container! This amazing machine does that while you sit back and enjoy, what else? A beer! In all seriousness, whether bottling beer, soda, or even your old family sweet tea recipe, this bottler and cap-er are a cool duo to own and today you can bid on one at a current bid of just $849. This auction is out Ames, Iowa, and with only 5 bidders so far, ends on November 9, at 4:01 PM Central Time (CT). Click here to get more information about this auction, read more of our blog, or to subscribe for a FREE 3 day trial of our services at www.governmentauctions.org.
Looking for a great deal on a tractor? Well you’ve come to the right place because now available for online bid is this 1991 John Deere 2355 Wheeled Tractor. It features a 7,000 GVWR, 4 cylinder (239 cubic in diesel) engine, 4×2, 8 speed manual transmission, an enclosed cab and an hour meter that reads 2,656 hours of usage. Additional amenities of this tractor include air conditioning, sound guard, inside rearview mirror, heat, wipers, lights, turn signals, hazard lights, 3 point hitch, swing draw bar, and SMV tool box. Aesthetically this tractor looks good however it does have a mechanical issue with the hydraulics which causes fluids to leak. Because of this, we highly encourage an inspection of the item. The current asking price for it is just $7,328 with 15 bids already placed and just 12 hours left to bid. Click here now to find out more about it!
Next up on the auction block is this fantastic deal on a Hyster S60XL forklift. This heavy machinery was recently declared as surplus by the US government and is now available for online bid to the general public. The forklift looks good aesthetically, but as of right now it is inoperable due to an issue with shifting into the correct gear. With a bit of know-how and some handiwork though, this forklift can be up and running in now time! The winning bidder will be solely responsible for the forklifts removal, so all potential bidders should be aware of that before bidding. The current asking price for it is just $2,500 with 2 online bids already placed. This auction will be ending in exactly 3 days and 30 minutes so be sure to click here now so you can find out all about this and other amazing deals on forklifts and heavy machinery!
Our first auction item of the day is for something you just don’t see everyday: a C-20E Gulfstream III Aircraft currently being held in Tuscon, Arizona! This aircraft has a total of 17,313.6 total hours logged and approximately 10,495 total cycles. It’s also fully operational and is in perfect working condition both inside and out. It additionally features Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance Packages as well. As of right now the aircraft is sealed in a “preserve status” in order to protect it. The current asking price for it is $20,000 with no bids as of yet. The winning bidder will be solely responsible for any removal fees. If you’d like to learn more about this aircraft, how to schedule an appointment to preview it, and more, then all you have to do is click here in order to activate your 3 day free trial.
Are you looking for insanely cheap deals on surplus machinery? Well you’ve come to the right place because now up for online auction is this 1984 Hyster Forklift, S/N: A177B7419E. This gas powered forklift weighs 4,000 pounds and has a gross vehicle weight rating of 7,700 pounds. It’s dimensions are 100 L x 46 W x 82 H and has 1,771 hours of use logged. Although this forklift is currently in inoperable condition due to a faulty engine, with a little know-how and some handwork, it can be up and running again in no time! A preview of this item is obviously strongly recommended prior to online bidding. The winning bidder will also be responsible for the item’s removal. The current asking price for it is just $2,127 with 7 bids already placed. This auction will be ending in less than 24 hours so if you’d like to find out more about it then simply click here to activate your 3 day free trial account.
Currently being held in Catoosa, Oklahoma, and now available for online auction is this Koehring Lorain LRT-100 Hydraulic Crane. This self-propelled crane has a fixed cab body style, runs on a 3 cylinder diesel engine, measures 20.6 – 41.6 feet long, and has a capacity of 7.5 tons. The crane’s dimensions are: 25 feet long, 8 feet 6 inches high , and 8 feet wide. It has approximately 4,874 hours of use on it and the crane does run, it’s expected that some repairs will be required since it has not been used in some time. Known deficiencies include a dead battery, a leaky hydraulic cylinder, and a broken windshield. An inspection of the crane is strongly recommended prior to bidding. As of right now, the current asking price for it is just $3,510 with 9 bids placed and precisely 1 day, 19 hours, and 43 minutes remaining. If you’d like to learn more about this crane auction or others just like it, then simply click here to activate your free 3 day trial account now!