Thursday, June 8, 2017

Auto Auction Results

Here are the highest and lowest priced selling cars

At the quarterly abandoned auto auction at the Norfolk Navy Base yesterday, it was a new location, a big crowd, and some serious bidding going on today. During bidding for two of the cars there was some confusion on the bidder's part on what car they were bidding on, so believe it or not, to eliminate any doubt, the auctioneer cancelled the just concluded bidding for these cars and immediately re-did it, selling the car again. The lesson here is that you must understand what in the wide wide world of sports you are doing if you go to an auction! Every other car, truck, and motorcycle sold smoothly, so let's take a look at what things sold for this time.

Overall, every single vehicle up for auction sold, which doesn't always happen, and I'd have to say that on average the prices were higher than normal. Of course the condition of these vehicles covers a big range, and you'll see that in selling prices that ranged from 100 bucks to over 9,000. While we're talking about money, I'll mention that another Mustang with the same color, same body style that we bought a year ago sold for much MORE this time, so that made us feel like we got a good deal, even though we've now sold it. Go figure!

The first photo above shows the lowest price (Altima $100) and highest priced ($9400 VW Passat) cars of the day, and they just happened to be parked together. In between, there were some interesting vehicles that got some attention, like the Hummer H3, a nice Lexus, and even a Range Rover!

1994 Chevy Truck $900

2008 Mazda 6 $1600

1997 Honda Prelude $2800

2003 Lincoln LS $700 

2001 Ford Ranger $1900

2004 Mustang $1100

2002 Chevy Impala $700

2005 Chrysler 300 $2100

2003 Toyota truck $2400

1994 Jeep Cherokee $350

Lexus $275

1993 Toyota Corolla $350

2005 Volvo S40 $1400

2008 Scion TC $700

2003 Range Rover $700

2007 Hummer H3 $4100

2004 BMW 530i $2000

2000 Ford Expedition $800

2005 Audi S4 $3800

2000 Ford E150$700

1999 Honda Civic $600

2004 Mercedes C240 $1400

1993 Nissan Altima $100

2014 VW Passat  $9400

2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse $600

1996 Chevy Cobalt $1000

1999 Toyota Camry $350

1995 Honda Prelude $600

2008 Lexus ES350  $7200

1999 Kawasaki EX500  $225

1994 Saturn $175

1996 Dodge Neon $200

2008 Nissan Altima $1000

2001 Chevy Monte Carlo $900

2009 Hyundai Tiburon $2800

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