What is the Difference Between Pre-Bidding and Real-Time Bidding?

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What is the Difference Between Pre-Bidding and Real-Time Bidding?

Understanding the auction bidding process

Whether you are new or have been in the auction industry for a time, you will likely have noticed that there is a whole vocabulary associated with auctions and the auction process. We want to take you through two of the terms that you will want to understand before participating in an auction: pre-bidding and live bidding.

Pre-bidding is the first step of any online auction. During the pre-bidding period for any auction, prior to the real-time bidding starting on auction day, individuals are able to place bids on lots. These pre-bids are not yet visible to the public, so no one knows how many people are intending on bidding on an item, or how much they are willing to pay for that item. The results of any pre-bidding will become viewable once the auction opens, with the current bid level. And once the auction goes live, the real-time bidding starts. This is a pretty easy process to figure out. You simply continue to bid by the set bid increment (the minimum amount by which every bid must increase by) until you end up as the highest bidder or the bidding goes over the maximum that you have set for yourself.

There are different advantages to taking part in both types of bidding. Choosing to place a pre-bid allows you to head into an auction with a sense of understanding or even of added confidence if you had the highest pre-bid. You can go into the auction on your own terms, placing a higher pre-bid on an item that might deter others from bidding when the real-time bidding starts. The pre-bidding process allows you to dictate the beginning of the auction – at least until the highest pre-bid is made available. In the pre-bidding process you will also be able to set a maximum bid if you will not be able to be at your computer during the real-time bidding. Of course, there are advantages to holding off and waiting for the real-time bidding to begin as well. For instance, if you are only participating in real-time bidding you won’t have committed anything if you decide that you have changed your mind (all bids placed are final should you become the highest bidder). You also won’t end up overbidding yourself. Like we mentioned above, you could potentially place a pre-bid higher than anyone else in the auction was planning on bidding, thus having to pay substantially more than you would have if you simply waited to bid once the auction was live. Real-time bidding allows you to have all the information possible before participating in the auction.

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Whichever way you choose to bid, you are sure to have a blast participating in an online auction. Auctions are such a great way to buy items you’re interested in and can often result in much lower prices than you would pay in a store. Afterall, YOU are the one dictating how much you are willing to pay!

Ready to start bidding in an auction? Click the button below to view our current auctions. Have further questions about the bidding process or about our auctions in general? Head on over to our FAQ page or contact us here!

City of Grand Rapids Surplus Liquidation Auction

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City of Grand Rapids Surplus Liquidation Auction

Update your fleet with trucks, cars, and trailers!

Looking to expand your current municipality’s equipment? Or potentially you are looking to update your own company’s fleet to serve your clients better? Check out our upcoming Grand Rapids auction on December 11th! We will be liquidating surplus assets for the City of Grand Rapids. This auction will have a wide variety of heavy equipment that will fit right into any organization’s operations. Check out a few of the items that will be featured in the auction below, or click here to go straight to the auction site!

2011 Mack LE Dump

(1) 31-33 yard capacity curb side load refuse truck, diesel engine, Allison automatic transmission with push button controls, air brakes, Zone Defense back-up camera with approx. 6″ interior monitor, center mounted control console, 028185 miles on digital odometer, power mirrors, dual driver compartments (1 missing steering wheel), dual rear axles with duallies on each axle, Heil rear compactor area (does not have refuse pick up arm on passenger side), VIN # 1M2AU02C0BM005299, appears to run and operate.

Starting Bid: $100.00

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2014 Ford PI Utility AWD Police interceptor

Year: 2014
Make: Ford
Model: PI Utility AWD
Trim: Police interceptor
VIN#: 1FM5K8EGA38517
Odometer Reading: 102,341
General Exterior Details: Various scratches and dings paint peeling on rear bumper
Scratches: Scattered
Dents: Scattered
General Interior Details: Has police standards front bucket seats missing center console , rubber floor
Engine Displacement: Liters
Engine Displacement: 3.7
Fuel Type: Gas
Transmission: Automatic
Drivetrain: AWD
Type: SUV
Title Status: Municipal
Doors: 4 Door, Rear Hatch
Seats: Leather, Cloth, Power
General Options: Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Cruise Control, Temperature/Compass, Steering Wheel Controls, Adjustable Pedals, Tilt Steering
Airconditioning: Yes
Audio: CD Player, Satellite
Airbags: Driver, Passenger, Side
Working Condition: Runs and Operates – Runs and operates without appearing to requiring any major repairs or abnormal maintenance however may require some minor modification or repairs both mechanically and/or cosmetically. (Auction company is an Agent only and relies on the owner for the items description and condition)
Number of Cylinders: 6

Starting Bid: $100.00

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2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 2WD

Year: 2004
Make: Chevrolet Silverado
Model: 2500 HD
Trim: 2WD
VIN#: 1GCHC24U04E312864
Odometer Reading: 75,741
General Exterior Details: Minor scratches and dings
Windshield Condition: Chipped, Cracked
Scratches: Minor
Dents: Minor
Engine Displacement: Liters
Engine Displacement: 6.0
Fuel Type: Gas
Transmission: Automatic
Drivetrain: RWD
Type: Truck
Title Status: Municipal
Doors: 2 Door
Seats: Vinyl
General Options: Tilt Steering
Airconditioning: Yes
Audio: AM/FM
Airbags: Driver, Passenger
Working Condition: Runs and Operates – Runs and operates without appearing to requiring any major repairs or abnormal maintenance however may require some minor modification or repairs both mechanically and/or cosmetically. (Auction company is an Agent only and relies on the owner for the items description and condition)
Number of Cylinders: 8
Cab/Bed/Tow: Long Box

Starting Bid: $100.00

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Car Mate Enclosed tandem axle trailer 18'

Make: Car Mate
Model: Enclosed tandem axle trailer
VIN #: 4PKC716D0VL003174
GVWR: 9,900 lb
Deck: Wood
Overall Deck Length: 18′
Hitch: Pintle
Axles: Tandem
Tire Size: 225/75R15
Wheels: Steel
Brakes: Electric
Suspension: Spring
Frame: Steel
Ramps: No
Side Entrance Door: Yes
Additional Options: Roof Vents, Plywood Sides, Wood Deck

Starting Bid: $100.00

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Steel open bottom boxes with lifting Anchor points and D-rings

Make: Steel open bottom boxes with lifting

Anchor points and D-rings

Length : 10′

Width: 80″Height: 7′

Starting Bid: $100.00

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We hope that you have found an asset that will make a great addition to your fleet. If you want to view everything that is up for auction, click the button below. If you have any other questions about our company or our auction process, please contact us here. Haven’t found quite what you’re looking for? Stay on the look out for another Grand Rapids auction by keeping up with our auction site. Happy bidding!

Belwith Keeler Machinery Liquidation

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Belwith Keeler Machinery Liquidation

Looking for some new equipment?

Looking for some new equipment to add to your tool and die shop? Perhaps you need to upgrade your milling machine or your lathe has been around for awhile. Whatever your reason – we can help! Coming up on Tuesday, December third we will be holding an online liquidation auction for Belwith Keeler, auctioning off their heavy machinery and equipment. There is so much to see and we are sure that you will be able to find something that you can add to your shop. Check out a few of the featured lots below, or click here to go straight to the auction site!

Bridgeport Milling Machine and Tooling

Nice vertical Bridgeport mill.

  • Model 131237
  • 42″ x 9″ table
  • Kurt Power Lock mechanical power drawbar
  • Servo type 140 power feed on X-Y axis
  • Speed-Rite variable speed control
  • Bijur lubricator
  • Super-E 3HP; 3-phase motor
  • Newall Saphire DRO – digital readout
  • Coolant set up
  • Electrical control panel
  • Cabinet with wide variety clamps and hold downs

Starting Bid: $5.00

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Nice Sheldon Metal Lathe with Tooling and Accessories

  • Model: WM-56-P
  • 13 inch swing
  • 36″ between centers
  • 57″ bed 

Tools and accessories include:

  • 8″ Bison 3-jaw chuck
  • 8″ Cushman 4-jaw chuck
  • 9″ Jacobs spindle nose collet chuck
  • 12″ face plate
  • 6″ face plate
  • 4 lathe dogs of various sizes
  • Steady rest
  • 11 collets of various sizes
  • 5 tool holders; 2 straight; 1 cut-off; 1 left hand and 1 right hand
  • and more!

Starting Bid: $5.00

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Deckel Pantograph Milling Machine with Tooling Cabinet

  • Type: GK21 Deckel milling/engraving pantograph
  • Electrical control panel
  • Various end mills/cutters
  • Various clamps and hold downs
  • and more

Starting Bid: $5.00

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Powermatic No.1200 Variable Speed Drill Press with Cast Iron Production Table

  • Model No. 1200
  • Variable speed 100-2,000 RPM
  • Hand-crank screw head lift height adjustment
  • Original heavy duty cast iron production table base with T-slots
  • Baldor 2HP; 230-460V; 3-Phase motor (could easily be swapped out for a single phase, or use a phase converter)

Starting Bid: $5.00

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Kindt-Collins Master HD Spindle Sander with Accessories

  • Heavy Duty cast iron construction 
  • Model: Master SP2SP 
  • Oscillation can be turned on/off 
  • 30″ x 24″ table 
  • Cabinet includes: 9 spindles; 6 table plates and a wide variety of new sanding cylinders
  • 2HP; 440V; 3-Phase

Starting Bid: $5.00

sander

Raymond Forklift Order Picker Hi-Lo Fork Truck

Raymond Forklift Order Picker Hi-Lo Fork Truck 3000 lbs capacity 24 Volt

In working condition.

Model: EASI-OPC30TT

Starting Bid: $5.00

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We hope that you’ve found something that would make a great addition to your shop! It can be hard to find good used tool and die machinery, but luckily you don’t need to worry about that with this auction! Let us know if you have any future questions about this auction, or if you have any questions about our company in general. If you are new to the world of online auctions we want to make sure that you are completely comfortable participating before you jump in and place a bid. Contact us here with questions. If you are ready to bid, or want to see other items that are available in this auction, click the button below to view the whole auction!

Ways To Benefit From An Auction Preview If You Can or Cannot Attend Yourself

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Ways To Benefit From An Auction Preview If You Can or Cannot Attend Yourself

Auction previews are becoming more and more of a popular concept for various online auctions – not just for real estate, but for heavy equipment, farm equipment, industrial machines, and SO much more. The idea of an auction preview benefits bidders greatly as they begin to explore the different items that are up for sale by an owner. But an auction preview doesn’t ONLY benefit bidders that are able to attend, but it also has benefits the bidder who can’t attend. Although we would always recommend to go to an auction preview if possible, if you cannot attend, here are some various ways that you can benefit from an auction preview.

If You Cannot Attend:

If you cannot attend the preview, don’t worry, you still can benefit! Although before you settle on not attending the auction preview, we would encourage you to first explore your options. Contact the seller or auction coordinator to see if you could arrange a private appointment that works within your schedule to go preview the items. If that doesn’t work, it’s a good idea to send someone on your behalf to preview the items without you. Make sure that you trust their judgement and that they know what you are looking to buy, but that is a great way to still benefit from a preview without needing to attend yourself. 

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If You Can Attend:

If you CAN attend the auction preview, you also, as a bidder will experience a lot of extremely valuable insight and benefits before the auction! Attending the auction preview will allow you to see the full list of lots and items. Often various items can get lost in the cracks of an online auction because big ticket items take the stage; but if you can attend an auction preview, you might see a ton of valuable items that you could utilize that you otherwise would have missed out on! Another one of the main ways that bidders benefit from an auction preview is the simple fact that they even have the opportunity to inspect all the items. This is especially important and valuable when you are looking to make large purchases like construction equipment, industrial equipment, machinery, and more. Inspecting these items allows you to gain confidence in the purchase you are trying to make. Not only does the ability to inspect auction items give you buying confirmation on the things you are interested in, but it will also give you a more accurate ability to budget what you are willing and want to spend during the auction.

Benefits Of Auction Previews For Bidders Regardless of Attendance:

Regardless if you can or cannot attend an auction preview, there are various benefits that all bidders will experience, possibly without even realizing it! The seller is encouraged to have a sense of transparency about all the items that they are selling by having an open time for people to preview the auction. Not to mention the opportunity for potential buyers to meet with the seller, ask questions, and inquire as needed. That transparency carries over to the auction and will likely be reflected in the selling prices based on the condition of the items being sold. If you are a bidder who was NOT able to see the items before hand, you will still reap the benefits of true market value being displayed within the auction as a result of the preview regardless of if you know them to be true or not. These are just a few benefits that all buyers will experience, no matter if you can or cannot attend the preview.

As a bidder looking to utilize an online auction, there are tons of benefits that you can experience from an auction preview, if you attend, or don’t attend! If you are looking to check out our various ongoing auction we have, click here! Be sure to check out our preview times within each auctions details section.
If you have questions or concern, please reach out to our customer service team today!

Monthly Municipality and Consignment Auction

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Monthly Municipality and Consignment Auction

Equipment and Trucks Galore!

It’s that time of the month! Get ready for our upcoming municipality and consignment online auction on Tuesday, November 19th! These auctions give us the chance to sell assets for local municipalities so that they can put the money back into their communities. Featuring a wide variety of heavy equipment such as a chip spreader as well as multiple trucks, this auction is the perfect place to find the next piece of equipment for your own business or municipality. Check out a few of the featured lots below or head straight over to our auction site here

1989 Caterpillar 613 C Earthmover

Very well maintained by County Road Commission. (#054)

Serial Number: 92X01776Hours: 6070Engine
Make: CatEngine
Model: 3208
Number of Cylinders: 6
Turbo: Yes
Fuel Type: Diesel
Transmission Speed: 6 speed
Hydrostatic Drive: No
Shuttle Shift: Yes
Bolt on Cutting Edge: Yes
Cab Options: ROPS
Working Condition: Runs and Operates – Runs and operates without appearing to requiring any major repairs or abnormal maintenance however may require some minor modification or repairs both mechanically and/or cosmetically.

Starting Bid: $5.00

1973 Koehring 3 PK - 4 Chip Spreader

This unit was rebuilt about 10 years ago and not used, Self Propelled. (#093)


Serial Number: 7375 B
Hours: 1930
Engine Make: Detroit
Engine Model: 471
Number of Cylinders: 4
Turbo: No
Fuel Type: Diesel
Transmission: Manual
Transmission Speed: 4 speed
Hydrostatic Drive: No
Working Condition: Runs and Operates – Runs and operates without appearing to requiring any major repairs or abnormal maintenance however may require some minor modification or repairs both mechanically and/or cosmetically.

Starting Bid: $5.00

1992 Dodge W250 3/4 ton 4WD Pickup Truck

1992 Dodge Power Ram 250 4×4. Truck starts and runs. No abnormal engine noise while idling or going down the road. Steering seems to have some play. Brakes feel good.

VIN#: 1B7KM26Z3NS671883
Odometer Reading: 25,973
Engine Displacement: Liters
Engine Displacement: 5.9
Number of Cylinders: 8
Fuel Type: Gas
Transmission: Automatic
Drivetrain: 4×4
Type: Truck
Title Status: Clear, Municipal
Doors: 2 Door
Scratches: Scattered
Dents: Scattered
Working Condition: Runs and Operates – Runs and operates without appearing to requiring any major repairs or abnormal maintenance however may require some minor modification or repairs both mechanically and/or cosmetically.

Starting Bid: $100.00

We hope that you have found something that you could use in your own company or municipality! To bid on lots such as the chip spreader, click the link below to go to our auction site. If you have any questions about our auctions or the bidding process, please contact us here. We want to make sure that you feel completely comfortable with our bidding process before heading into our auctions. Happy bidding!

Liquidation of Surplus Assets: Groenink’s Elevator & Hardware

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Liquidation of Surplus Assets: Groenink’s Elevator & Hardware

A feed mixer, fuel tanks, a lawn aerator and so much more!

Looking for some additional equipment to expand your agricultural production? Groenink’s Elevator & Hardware are selling off some of their surplus assets in an online auction with us on Wednesday, November 13th. This equipment would be a great investment for anyone attempting to increase their production of livestock or crops! Of course, there are several lots including a flatbed truck that can be used by anyone, not just farmers! Check out a few of the lots from the auction below or click this link to go directly to our auction site to bid!

1998 International 4700 Truck

1998 International 4700 Truck, single axle, flatbed with removable sides, DT466E diesel engine, auto trans, 13′ bed, scissor style dump, 120,807 showing miles, VIN: 1HTSCAAM7WH558500, Runs & Drives.

*Auction company does not conduct a road test, nor are the vehicles inspected for mechanical defects. Testing is limited to driving vehicle within our auction facility lot only. Please rely on your own inspection prior to bidding.

Starting Bid: $5.00

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Blue Streak 2-Ton Twin Spiral Mixer

 Blue Streak 2-Ton Twin Spiral Mixer, with motor. Overall approx 66″ x 6′ x 117″ tall. Stored inside

Starting Bid: $5.00

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Flat Bed Wagon

Flat bed wagon, 12’ long 8’ wide, 10 ton gear

Starting Bid: $5.00

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Billy Goat Quiet Vac

Billy Goat Quiet Vac walk behind commercial hard surface vacuum, Honda GX160T-Y gas engine, was running when last used, was bought new and has not had much use

Starting Bid: $5.00

shop vac

We hope that you have found just the item you were looking for! There are a ton of other items that are being sold in the auction, and we encourage you to go check out everything else! If you want to view the full auction and start the bidding process, click the button below to go to our auction site. If you have any questions concerning the our company or the bidding process, please contact us here. We want to make sure that all of your questions are answered and that you are comfortable when participating in our auctions. Happy bidding!

Best Marketing Tactics to Promote Your Online Equipment Auction

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Best Marketing Tactics to Promote Your Online Equipment Auction

If you are gearing up to have your first online equipment auction, you might be wondering how you can begin to market and promote your auction in order to get the most visitors and bidders to look at your equipment. If you are not immersed into the marketing world, it can be hard to shift your focus to the initial investment that is required in order to receive a better return in the long run. Marketing your auction well is so much more than just trying to get the most visitors to view your lots, it’s more about getting the RIGHT visitors to view your lots, place bids, and ultimately buy your items. Although all traffic is good and will undoubtedly help you in your marketing efforts, and SHOULD be taken into account – it’s important to recognize and set appropriate goals for what you are trying to accomplish as well as who you are trying to reach. For example, if most of your traffic for your upcoming farm equipment auction is created by stay-at-home moms, it’s unlikely that you are going to get the better results than if most of your traffic been from middle aged farm owners. So, in order to promote your online equipment auction the best way possible, we have put together five of the best marketing tactics for your equipment auctions to help you maximize your efforts and make sure that you are reaching the right audience.

When beginning the auction preparations, it’s important that you, as the seller, determine the price(s) of the item or items that you are trying to sell. Determining the value of your equipment as well as having an idea of how much your items should be selling for realistically can sometimes help you narrow in on who you are trying to sell to. One good way to explore the value of your equipment is by getting an equipment appraisal. This is an effective way to determine the actual market value of your equipment, so that your expectations are in check of what your items are worth. Knowing the value of your equipment as stated previously can help you better determine who you are trying to market your online equipment auction to. Are you trying to focus on other businesses? Or would an individual consumer be interested in buying your equipment? Is it more likely that a small business would be able to afford this asset? Or should your focus be more towards a larger corporation? Maybe it’s a combination of a few of those audiences, these are all things to take into consideration as you are learning and exploring your equipment value that will help you market your online auction to the right audience.

Secondly, taking good photos is a simple yet extremely effective way to maximize your marketing efforts for your online equipment auction. A well-lit, clear photo of your equipment goes a long way in showing your prospective bidders what they are looking at as well as persuading them to place a bid. Numerous studies have shown that imagery definitely affects the mindset of the bidder/user and allows them to imagine more realistically what it would be like to own such product. Good photos are another way to show transparency to your bidders – when the photos show clearly what the piece of equipment is and the state that the equipment is in, your bidders are going to know that there is nothing being “hidden” from them which in turn sparks an element of trust and relationship between buyer and seller. A well taken photo is one of the simplest ways that anyone can promote and market their auction well.

Now it’s time to start utilizing your marketing resources. One of the biggest, and best ways to get your auctions out to a wide audience is through the free resources called social media. Using social media to promote and market for your auctions is a little less about reaching the “right” audience, but more about reaching all the audiences – which might not always create the highest conversion rate, but ultimately will never hurt your auction promotion and marketing process. Creating Facebook events, sharing them on your company page, and personal page, and asking your current audience and employees to share the promotional posts helps you reach a huge audience of people who might know other people who might be interested. Social media tends to just be about getting your content in front of as many people as possible, which will no doubt help you start to get some more of the right people seeing your upcoming auction. Utilize Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Craigslist (not free but a small fee) and other online facets that will get your auction information and photos out to the maximum amount of people possible.

Another way to market your auctions well is to consider investing in paid advertising. Paid advertising is an incredible way to target specific audiences based on their likes, dislikes, and interests to get your auction in front of the people most likely to be interested in buying your equipment. Facebook, Google, Instagram, and LinkedIn are all platforms that offer various paid advertising options that are a great way for you to invest in your auction sale in order to have the best auction results. There is an element of investing according to the value of what you are trying to sell. For example, if you are selling three pieces of equipment that are all worth $5,000 you would expect to end the auction with about $15,000. In this case, investing a couple hundred dollars into paid advertising is going to be more than worth it – that extra few hundred dollars will allow you to specifically target your audience with more precision, which will get your online equipment auction in front of more people who are more serious about buying your equipment, driving the price up, and thus allowing you to take home more than the expected $15,000!

We’ve spent a lot of time talking about how you can digitally market for your auction, which is where most marketing takes place now a days – but don’t underestimate the ability of non “digital marketing” such as print marketing, network marketing, or even “brick and mortar marketing”. These various types of marketing can be EXTREMELY productive and valuable for your upcoming equipment auction. You can seek out similar businesses and let them know of your upcoming auction, you can print out flyers to put in your local hardware store or any other place that has a lot of foot traffic from people who might be more likely to buy your equipment. You can simply network, it’s all about going to hang out and meet your target audience where they are – that could be going there physically or simply getting the right flyer in front of them at the right time.

There are hundreds of approaches that you can take when it comes to marketing for your auction, these are just 5 proven marketing tactics that we know WORK! If you are getting ready to sell your equipment and are interested in partnering with Ranger bid, our team offers marketing package options that will take your marketing a step further. Contact us today for more info!

If you have questions regarding marketing options or how to start selling your equipment with Rangerbid, please contact us today, or reach out to our customer service team at 616-261-4984.

Municipality & Consignment Auction

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Municipality & Consignment Auction

It’s time for our monthly municipality & consignment auction featuring items ranging from construction, to agricultural, to industrial, to automotive! This months auction is open to the public and includes items from various locations and businesses that you will not want to miss. We are excited to have various large items up for auction including a Vactor Truck, Dump Truck, Backhoe Loader, a Wrecker, John Deere Sprayer, Hydro-seeder, Forklift, and so much more. This auction will be ONE DAY ONLY on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 with bidding starting at 8 a.m. and lots beginning to close at 6 p.m. – the items won’t last for long, be sure to register today so that you are ready when bidding opens! Check out some more information about a few featured lots below, or click here to go right to the auction!

2000 JCB 214S 4WD Backhoe Loader

This backhoe loader has been owned and serviced by the County Road Commission. Faithfully serviced every 500 hours, it is in great shape. The tires are approximately at 50% and are 16.9 X 28, R4.

Additional Features:

  • Loader bucket 1.6 cud. Clam style, equipped with swing away forks.
  • Backhoe buckets 48″ ditching 24″ general purpose
  • Extendable boom, Wain-Roy Twist-O-Wrist quick coupler
  • Reversible Stabilizer Pads
  • Full cab enclosure with heat & radio

Starting Bid: $5.00

2000 JCB 214S 4WD Backhoe Loader

1996 International Vactor 2100 Utility Truck

This 1996 Vactor Truck is in great condition with only 11,877 miles on it. The truck features a DT466 engine with 4,387 hours showing. It’s an automatic transmission for ease of use. Rear Axle comes in at 23,000 lbs, the front at 18,000 lbs, and the GVWR at 41,000 lbs. This truck runs and drives and is in good working condition ready for your use.

Starting Bid: $100.00

1996 International Vactor 2100 Utility Truck

2009 GMC Sierra Pickup Truck

We have a 2009 GMC Sierra Pickup Truck ready for you to take home. This automatic vehicle has 243,925 miles on it and runs and operates with no major issues or concerns.

Starting Bid: $100.00

Additional Features:

    • Clear Title
    • Power Windows, Power Locks, & Cruise Control
    • Cab/Bed/Tow: Extended Cab, Long Box, Tow Package
2009 GMC Sierra Pickup Truck

We hope that you find something that will fit your business’s needs perfectly! If you have any questions please contact us here.
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Pace Inc. Inventory Reduction Auction

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Pace Inc. Inventory Reduction Auction

Quality Outdoor Power Equipment & Parts

This auction is full of quality outdoor power equipment and is open to the public for bidding. All items and parts are being sold by Pace, Inc. on a ONE DAY online auction. Bidding will begin October 2, 2019 at 8AM and close at 6PM on the same day. Auction Features items such as SWB-320/400 extension brush kit, 2 gallon multi-purpose sprayers, lawn debris collector box and more! Items are all located in either Sacramento, CA or Lakeland, FL – for specific item details and location, please see individual lots here. Equipment previews are available by appointment only, to schedule your appointment, please contact our customer service team today at 616-261-4987

Rotary Broom Extension Brush

This is the perfect tool to add to your lawn and garden power equipment. Compatible with both the SWB-320 and SWB-400. This extension brush will allow you and extra 5+ inches to your walk-behind rotary broom. Rotary brooms are perfect for cleaning your yard corners and edges helping you keep up on your home with ease.

Location: Sacramento, CA
Starting Bid: $5.00

SWB-320/400 Extension brush

Debris Collector Box

This debris collector weights just 22lbs and is only 14.5″ high. The compact design and ability to move with ease behind your walk-behind rotary broom will make clean up a breeze. This piece of equipment will successfully keep debris from flying around as you work on sweeping up your yard.
Compatible with the SWB-400.

Location: Lakeland, FL
Starting Bid: $5.00

DCB-400 Debris Collector

This auction features over 90 pieces of high quality outdoor lawn and garden equipment. We are sure that there is something for you! If you have any questions, about this auction, please contact our customer service team by following the link here.
To see full auction details and lots, please click the button below 

Trendway Asset Liquidation

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Trendway Asset Liquidation

Paint Booths & Air Exchange System to be Auctioned Off

Looking for some painting equipment? Trendway Corporation in Holland, Michigan is liquidating a few of their larger assets including two paint booths and an air exchange system. Currently operating as part of their furniture manufacturing, these assets are perfect to help grow the painting or woodworking part of your own company! This auction will take place on Wednesday, September 25th starting at 8am and beginning to close at 6pm the same day. Check out some more information about these lots or click here to go right to the auction!

2013 Thierica Manual Paint Booth

This paint booth has a tube frame module construction measuring 12 feet deep by 14 feet wide when measured across the exterior. The booth is built of aluminized interior wall panels with an  epoxy coasted exterior frame. It has an open face booth design with cross draft air flow with booth mounted exhaust blowers with interlocked air flow switch. Florescent light fixtures with rear overhead access are included as well. The open floor design allows for easy manual entry and exit and parts transfer as work is completed. The exhaust blowers have variable speed drives in order to adjust air velocity across the booth depending on the product being painted. 

Additional Features:

  • Filtered exhaust plenum t0 accommodate pre-filter and bag filter
  • Hinged Wearlon coated baffle sections in front of filter grid
  • Static pressure sensor across filter section to monitor filter loading
  • One set of initial filters supplied with the booth
  • Independent control panel for local booth operation
  • Exhaust stacks from booth mounted exhaust blower through the roof

Starting Bid: $5.00

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McQuay model RPS090DLA Air Exchange Unit

This Daikin McQuay Air Exchange Unit is roughly five years old and is in great condition! Used to keep airflow steady throughout the building, this will be a perfect addition for your company’s space. Click the button below to bid on this great lot!

Starting Bid: $100.00

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