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Government Car Auctions Huntington IN

Learn how government car auctions, seized property auctions, and surplus auctions work. Learn how and where to find government auction cars at bargain prices. However, care should be taken to avoid mistakes.

Cotton Car Co
(260) 356-0661
1881 Old US Hwy 24
Huntington, IN

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Auto Quest
(260) 982-2608
12033 N State Rd 15
North Manchester, IN

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Superior Auto Inc
(260) 244-7979
1349 E State Road 205
Columbia City, IN

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Affordable Auto Sales
(765) 981-4600
202 State Road 15
La Fontaine, IN

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Indiana Auto & Truck Auction Inc
(260) 489-2776
4425 W Washington Center Rd
Fort Wayne, IN
 
Village Auto Sales
(260) 982-4405
811 W Main St
North Manchester, IN

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Bart's Car Store Inc
(260) 435-1824
5510 Illinois Rd
Fort Wayne, IN

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Todd's Auto Ctr
(260) 563-7304
146 Smith St
Wabash, IN

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Insurance Auto Auctions
(877) 550-1262
25631 State Road 2
South Bend, IN
 
Wolfes South Bend Auto Auction
(574) 289-7767
25784 State Road 2
South Bend, IN
 
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Government Car Auctions

Are these claims true? Government car auctions. Repossessed cars and trucks. Seized and surplus vehicles. Sounds like a terrific way to get a cheap car. How does it work? Are these real deals? Is there a catch?

Government car auctions - In a nutshell

In short, various federal, state, and local government and law enforcement agencies regularly auction off surplus, unclaimed, and seized property, inclucing automobiles, equipment, and even real estate. These are collectively known as "government auctions."

Who holds government auctions? The General Services Administration (GSA) is one of the largest. Then there's the FBI, IRS, DEA, U.S. Marshals, Department of the Treasury, Homeland Security, and Border Patrol, to name a few. State, county, and local governments also have regular auctions.

Included are state police, DOT, city and county law enforcement, city and county administrative departments, and fire departments. For more about police seized-property auctions see .

Some governement auctions are surplus property auctions and sell everything from computers, furniture, forklifts, to vehicles. Some specialize in selling cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs. For more about this type of auction, see .

Banks and lending institutions also repossess property and automobiles from non-paying customers, and sell the goods through public auctions (see )

In most cases, government and bank auctions are handled by private auction companies un...

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