Auction Tips

After you preview our inventory and have selected several vehicles to bid on, do some price research.

Go on-line (e.g. to ""), read the classifieds or browse the vehicle trade magazines for similar cars. Take note of the vehicle's retail price. This knowledge will help you narrow down your vehicle "wish list" as well as focus your price expectations during the auction.

Expect a great time, a great vehicle and great savings, but don't expect a miracle.

Be realistic when previewing our inventory. Unfortunately, a loaded 2006 Mercedes ML320 can't be bought for $2,000. Some agencies providing our vehicles have reserved prices that we must respect. We are honest with our customers. We couldn't stay in business without a "bottom line."

Check out the Examples of Vehicles Sold at Our Last Auction!

Bring a mechanic to our lot to inspect your vehicle choices.

We encourage you to thoroughly inspect the vehicles as each is sold "as is, where is." All sales are final.

Bring your Driver's License and another form of identification.

Proper identification will be needed for registration and vehicle purchasing.

Bid only if you are certain.

Please only bid on the vehicle you are certain you want to buy. We highly encourage you to preview the vehicles before you bid. Take notes in your catalog of the vehicles' features and options. Set your budget and stick to it. If you are the winning bidder, the vehicle is yours! Any customers canceling sales will be required to pay 25% of the winning bid. Please don't try to back out of a sale, we hate to see you lose money. We'd rather everyone have a positive experience.