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Surplus Car Auctions Brownsburg IN

Most such vehicle auctions and sales are announced publicly and are open to the public. Some agencies conduct their own auctions. Others use outside auction companies. In many cases, particularly with small counties and towns, the vehicles are sold through auction web sites run by a professional auction company.

Kesler Schaefer Auto Auction Inc
(317) 297-6230
5333 W 46th St
Indianapolis, IN
 
Marion County Auction Llc
(317) 248-0100
1347 S Moreland Ave
Indianapolis, IN
 
J Frank Motors Llc
(317) 637-2333
5152 Lafayette Rd
Indianapolis, IN

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Ray Skillman Hyundai West
(317) 293-5893
5051 W. Pike Plaza Rd.
Indianapolis, IN
Car Makes
Hyundai

Nationwide Motors
(317) 634-1111
1930 Lafayette Rd
Indianapolis, IN

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Junk Car Buyer
(219) 671-2644
5333 W 46th St
Indianapolis, IN
 
Owners Auto Mart
(317) 298-7355
4090 Lafayette Rd
Indianapolis, IN

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Ray Skillman West Auto Mall
(317) 293-8060
5155 West Pike Plaza Road
Indianapolis, IN
Car Makes
Hyundai, Mitsubishi, Kia, Ford

Premier Motorcars Of Europe
(317) 733-9636
5008 W 96th St
Indianapolis, IN

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Terry Lee Honda
(317) 272-1000
8693 E. U.S. Highway 36
Avon, IN
 
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Surplus Car Auctions

Government agencies all over the country regularly sell or auction cars, trucks, and SUVs they no longer need, or that have been replaced with newer models. These are called surplus vehicles. In some cases, these cars have been impounded or seized from criminals by police agencies and can't be used by the departments.

Some auction vehicles are older vehicles with high mileage, but in good condition — and good prices. In other cases, you may find almost-new vehicles in perfect condition. Some are police vehicles; others have been used for administrative or official business purposes. Some might be junkers. And others might be high-end luxury cars seized from drug dealers.

Most such vehicle auctions and sales are announced publicly and are open to the public. Some agencies conduct their own auctions. Others use outside auction companies. In many cases, particularly with small counties and towns, the vehicles are sold through auction web sites run by a professional auction company.

Where can I find government surplus auctions?
Finding surplus car auctions takes a little legwork. There is no standard method of listing or announcing government auctions and sales. In some cases, announcements are made in local newspapers, or one local newspaper, on a particular day of the month. In other cases, announcements and schedules are available on the Internet.

It is possible to purchase directories of auctions on the Internet, which reduces a lot of ...

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