Court Ordered Bankruptcy & Govt. Surplus Auction


When:
June 23, 2018 @ 9:00 am
2018-06-23T09:00:00-06:00
2018-06-23T09:15:00-06:00
Where:
The Icehouse
430 W 300 N
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
USA
Contact:
801-355-6655

Auction: Saturday June 23rd at 10 am
Preview: Friday June 22nd from 1-4
Address: 430 West 300 North, SLC UT 84103 (This will be the final sale at the Icehouse 🙁

LOT LIST SO FAR

Pictures here!

heavy Duty Truck: 1998 Intl 470 40S Sign Truck, 
Motorcycles: (9) 2012 BMW R2T & 2011 BMW R1200RT
Horse Trailer 2011 Titan Horse Trailer Model: Premo
Vehicles: (6) Ford Taurus, 2007 Ford F150

Classic car: 1970 Chevy Impala Convertible 2 Dr. Convertible 8-cyl. 350cid/250hp 2bbl, 9562 Produced, Custom Sound, Torque Thrust Rims, Front Disk Brakes, Updated all engine components
1962 Chevy Belair 


Dump Trucks: 

2001 International w/ Sander & Monroe Snow plow

1997 White GMC w/ G64 & Sander

1998 International w/ plow & Sander

1998 International w/ 1998 Monrow Sander

1998 International w/ 98 Monroe Sander & 1997 Jensen Snowplow

2000 International 2674 w/ 95′ Monroe model MV16884 sander & 2000 Henderson Odel plow

1998 International 2674 w/ Sander

2000 International 2674 w/ 1998 Henke Model Plow

2001 International 2674 w/ 1994 Valk Model Plow & 2001 Monroe Plow

Office furniture: desks, file cabinets, etc.
Collectables, accessories, lamps, porcelain, paintings, prints
Sports Memorabilia: Mickey Mantle signed picture, Larry Bird Autographed Magazine cover, hundreds of basketball cards, 

Firearms! 



Terms of auction/common questions

Everything is selling “as is, where is,” what you see is what you get.  All sales are final.  No guarantees or warranties.   No collusion is allowed at the auction.  To bid at the auction all bidders are required to register for a bid card and by signing up for a bid card you agree to the listed terms on the bid card (full bid card terms below).  There is no fee to register.  To register for a bid card: requires a photo i.d., name, address, and phone number.  Govt. Surplus Vehicles will have an 8% buyer’s premium & will be charged sales tax or a vehicle will have a $195 dollar documentation fee (doc fee is taxed as well).  Miscellaneous Govt. surplus items will have a 10% buyer’s premium. 

No Credit Cards and Firearms will only be sold to concealed permit holders and Federal Firearms Dealers no exceptions

Terms of payment: cash or certified funds.  Certified funds being cashier’s check made payable to Erkelens & Olson.  Sales tax of 6.85% will be charged on all purchases.  Purchaser does not have to pay tax if they provide proof of sales tax exemption number or resale number.  If you purchase a vehicle you can leave a $500 dollar cash deposit and that allows you Monday until noon to pay in full.  DO NOT leave the sales yard without leaving a deposit or settling up.  Give us a call w/ any questions 801-355-6655  *Items subject to change.

Auction process: auction is open to the public and is a live auction.  Each auction will follow a numerical order known as the “lot list,” that will be the order of the live auction.  Typically the auctioneer will suggest starting opening bids.  You do not have to stay until the end of the auction to checkout.  Whenever you are ready to checkout the front desk will print and collect funds.  Bidders are responsible for removal of their items the day of the auction and must have their paid invoice in hand to show proof of purchase.  Erkelens & Olson will have staff in place to ensure the correct items are being removed from the auction house, however the bidder becomes solely responsible for all items purchased by him immediately following his winning bid. 

Bidder is agreeing to when registering: Cash-Checks will only be accepted if accompanied w/ a bank letter of guarantee.  EVERYTHING MUST BE PAID IN FULL ON THE DAY OF THE AUCTION AND MUST BE REMOVED DAY OF.  Everything will be sold “as is, where is”, w/ no guarantee of any kind, regardless of statement of condition made from the auction block.  Buyers shall rely entirely on their own inspection and information.  Every effort is made to “guard” merchandise throughout the auction, however, the bidder becomes solely responsible for all items purchased by him immediately following his winning bid.  Therefore, he/she is advised to further guard his items at his own discretion.  The bidder is responsible for knowing which item he is bidding on.  If he/she is unsure, bidder should inquire or not bid.  When you become the winning bidder at auction you have effected a contract and will be expected to pay for items in which you were evidenced to the the successful bidder.  The auctioneer reserves the right to accept bids in any increment he feels is in the best interest of his client, the seller.  The Auctioneer reserves the right to reject the bidding of any person whose conduct, actions, or adverse comments he feels are not in the best interest of the seller.  We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.