When an item arrives and is checked in we assign what we call an item number. This is a six digit permanent number that does not change. Once the item is placed in the sale yard it will be assigned a lot number which consists of the numerical month of the next auction, followed by … Read more What do the item numbers tell me?
Yes, we have a relationship with Proxibid which provides live online bidding at the same time as our live auction. You must register first with Proxibid to qualify for online bidding. Special terms and conditions will apply so be sure and read our Proxibid terms carefully. You can find a link to our Proxibid portal … Read more Can I bid online?
Yes, use the catalog option at the top of our home page to see what we have in inventory. It is updated daily so check back closer to the auction if you don’t see what you are looking for.
Yes but proof of insurance will be required. We can provide you with an example showing limits of liability and other coverage requirements upon request.
Just attending the auction is free. You can register, park, attend and participate without spending a dime. However if you do buy something then applicable sales tax, title fees and tag fees will apply. If you buy a non-titled item only sales tax applies. We do have items from various government consignors which require a … Read more Are there any fees to attend the auction?
The overwhelming majority do come with a clear title. The only exception are vehicles marked as “Salvage” or “Junk “. Salvage vehicles are sold with a “Certificate of Destruction” and are for parts only. Junk vehicles are sold with a salvage title and must be “Rebuilt” before the buyer can get a “Rebuilt” title. As … Read more Do all the vehicles in the auction come with titles?
We are open for preview Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm and since we accept consignments through Wednesday before the auction the best days for preview are Thursday and Friday. Demonstration will only be done on auction day ahead of the auctioneers.
Everyone who attends the auction must be registered and get a bidder number. If you bring a friend it is always a good idea for them to get their own bidder number because you are solely responsible for what is purchased with your number. It is acceptable to use the same bidder number for a … Read more Can I bring someone with me?
The auctions are always held on the second Saturday of each month. We open the gates at 7:30 am and start the actual bidding at 9:00 am. We stay open auction day until 5:00 pm but the auctions are usually over by 2:00 or 3:00 pm. We are open for preview Monday through Friday from … Read more When are the auctions held?