Hip eCommerce was formerly known as Bidstart. The site specialises in three collectible markets, comic books, post cards and stamps. The aim of the site is to connect buyers and sellers, so they can share their passion and grow their hobby. Like eBay, sellers list their collectable items, and buyers bid on the products. Sellers have to pay a fee for selling items of Hip eCommerce.
Check out this 2005 GMC Light Duty Sierra 1500 HD pickup truck now up for bid. This black beauty has a powerful V8 engine, extended crew cab SLT, 4WD, running boards, towing/camper package, Bose radio with CD player, cruise control, and a ton of other luxurious features. The current bid is at $9,338 and the winning bidder must put down a deposit $1868. For full auction details all you need to do is register now. Auction ends 8/27.
Antique Furniture, Antique Tools, Antique Wagon, Art, Lighting, Collectibles, Dinnerware by John B. Taylor “Harvest”, Gubransan Piano, Wurlitzer Organ, Goodman HVAC Unit, Outdoor Furniture, Karastan Rugs, Vintage and Mid-Century Modern Furniture, Asian Themed Decor, Shekwan Mudware, Lawn & Garden, Concrete Yard Statues, Sporting Goods, Vintage Items, Musical Instruments, Fostoria Crystal, Depression Glass, Ceramics, and MUCH MORE!
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Black and Decker Hedge Trimmers, Bose Media Center, Vintage Speakers, Dolls, Mickey Mouse, Snow White, Nook Reader, Dell Lap Top, Gps Iii, Gps Lot, Leap Frog, Jewelry, Electronics, Toys, Collectibles, Bushnell, Innotab 2, Socrates, Digital Framers, Sewing Machine, Pioneer, Ion, Computer Keyboards, Portable DVD Players, Flask, Lego Buildings, Pool Balls, Harmonica, Record Player, Technics CD Player, Sony, Roku 3 Player, and MUCH MORE!
Over 80 Impounded Vehicles by the City of Aurora Police Department. Including Trucks, Cars, SUVs, 4x4s, Trailers, Much More! Please note that vehicles are subject to deletion from the auction. TERMS: Inspection is the day of auction from 8am to 10am. Visual inspections of the vehicles are recommended, there is NO starting the vehicles. There will be a list posted at the auction site on the auction day with the reason why each vehicle was impounded. Registration starts at 9am. A $50 ful...
4. You can't own the car immediately. Unlike when you're shopping for cars from private dealers, with government auction, you still have to wait for at least two weeks before you can possess what you've bought. It may even take longer if there are some problems with your requirements. Hence, it's best if you can have a car professional with you, someone who can offer you advice on the probable requirements that you may have to present.
3. There's intense pressure in government auctions. If you happen to see an auction either in television or in reality, you know that it's going to be truly fast pace. You have to think quick and efficiently. If you aren't ready with this type of environment, have someone who can do the bidding for you. Otherwise, you have to start looking for a used car dealer.
As you browse the government auction sites above, you'll notice some link you to additional sites run by private contractors. These contractors have legitimate relationships with the government, but bidder beware: other private companies will try to make their auctions seem like government auctions as a marketing ploy. Always start with the legitimate links provided by the government itself. Good luck!

2004 Kubota M5700 Tractor with LA1002 4-in-1 Front Loader Bucket, and Other Attachments, 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD 4x4 Diesel Truck with Snowplow, Hallmark 24’ Enclosed Dual Axle Trailer, Honda FourTrax 300 4x4 ATV with Plow, 1994 & 1998 Chevy Silverado 2500 4x4 Pickup Trucks, 25’ Pursuit 2560 Fishing Boat with Cabin and New 454 Motor, Shotguns & Rifles (Remington 1100, Mossberg 500A, Savage 245E, Browning 30.06), Fishing Equipment & Supplies and Shot Molds, Power & Hand Tools, Parts Bins, Nuts & Bolts, Boating & Marine Supplies, Nautical Décor, and MUCH MORE!

Features Include: University of Richmond Area - Rare Renovation Opportunity, 1-Story Brick Ranch Home, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1884sf+/- (per tax record), Living Room, Dining Room, Den/FamilyRm, Eat-In-Kitchen, Circular Drive, Central Heat/Air, Back-Up Generator, Expandable Attic Possibilities, Ready-to-Renovate and Redecorate to your design and taste, 2% Broker Co-Op (See Broker Forms or call 804-358-0500), *Winning Bid + 10% Buyer Premium = Purchase Contract Price, Legal: 504 Chandler Circle, Tax Parcel ID# 762-737-2379, College Hills, Section 1, Block A, Lot 21, Henrico VA
Shpock is a “boot sale” app and is the abbreviation of ‘SHop in your POCKet’. The platform was launched by two Austrian entrepreneurs. It encourages sellers to list unwanted but ‘beautiful things’ to buyers in their local area. Shpock is easy to users, sellers simply have to upload photos of an item with a description, then watch the bids roll in. Items can either be collected in person or shipped.
DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS OUTRAGEOUS AUCTION SALE!!!! NEW PERLICK DUAL TOWER BEER KEGERATOR, NEW PERLICK BAR BACK, NEW TRUE 2 DOOR COOLER, NEW TRUE ONE DOOR FREEZER, NEW ICE-O-MATIC ICE MACHINE, NEW GLAS TENDER BEER COOLER, PERLICK BEER COOLER, GLAS TENDER BAR BACK, NEW TRUE BEVERAGE MERCHANDISER, NEW TURBO AIR FREEZER MERCHANDISER, NEW FWE FOOD WARMING CABINET, SCOTSMAN ICE MACHINE, NEW ALTO SHAAM   [ View Full Listing ]
eBIDLOCAL and PANACHE ESTATE SALES are conducting the sale of a well-known regional artist and co-founder of the Uptown Art Gallery, Emma Lou Martin, who has downsized and is selling her sizable collection of mixed media art - everything from her VFMA Faberge Egg collection “spoof” series to Virginia, Richmond, and European landscapes and botanical works in oil, watercolor, pastels, prisma color, collage, photography, constructions, and more! All this in addition to wonderful household contents from the family home in the Westham area. Now is your opportunity to own an original by Emma Lou Martin, as well as works by other artists!
1. You're not used to the process. It may sound like an ordinary auction, but it's not. There are rules that need to be followed, plus the fact that you're practically dealing with the government. Your fear and awkwardness can definitely affect your bidding decision. To ensure that you will be able to bid properly, get yourself comfortable not only with the auction procedures but also with the people around you. They normally have practice auctions. It's ideal if you can attend at least one of them. You may also try to observe real government auctions and take note of how veterans bid for these cars.
Payment methods. A government auction accepts many modes of payment from credit cards or bank checks to cash. It is recommended to ask the auctioneer about the modes of payment involved before the auction starts. Besides the bidding price of the car, an additional buyer's premium fee is added onto the total. This fee is normally 5 percent of the winning bid 

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PICKUP: Sat, 06/25/11 **10am-5pm** (No Exceptions! Do not bid if you cannot pick up your items in accordance with this schedule. Shippers also required to comply with this schedule. No refunds/credits for non-pickup, AND removal / storage charges may also apply!) Please contact us at 804-358-0500 for a list of shippers who can pick up and ship your items.

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