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30 Limousine and Livery Cars For Online Auction

Posted on October 25, 2013

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. —  An online auction at Great American Global Partners is being held for 30 livery vehicles. Participants can go to www.gaauction.com, to bid on the listed vehicles that are located across the country. The auction will close Nov. 5th at 4:00pm EDT, and vice president of operations Peter Wyke says the majority of bids will come in on the last day, about a few hours before closing time.

Bidding is simple and there is no minimum increase. Simply go to the vehicle you wish to bid on, and enter in the amount you wish to bid. Most have typically opened with a starting bid of $5,000 or $10,000. If someone outbids you, you will be notified by email and have the opportunity to up the bid again.

“Everything is going to sell to the highest bidder,” says Wyke. “Once the auction closes and the customer pays it’s theirs. You just go there and pick it up and we release all the documents to you and you’re good to go.”

The fleet was offered up for auction from a large leasing company, and the vehicles have relatively low mileage and are in good condition. They are spread across the U.S., with locations in San Francisco, Calif.; Hawthorne, Calif.;  West Palm Beach, Fla.; Chelsea, Mass.; Springfield, N.J.; and more. And the vehicles will be open for inspection for potential buyers from Friday, Nov. 1st to Nov. 4th, from 10:00am – 4:00pm each day.

You can view the fleet here, and sign up to register here.

For more information, go to www.gaauction.com.

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