From flat screen TVs to Ford Crown Vics, bargain buyers will have a variety of cars, electronics, lawn equipment and even few ambulances to choose from at Macomb County's annual public auction Saturday, May 5.
The surplus auction, which also features items stolen and recovered by the Macomb County Sheriff's Office, starts at 9 a.m. but early bird bidders can get a look at the goods at 8 a.m.
The auction includes county vehicles, police vehicles, Department of Roads equipment, farm vehicles, miscellaneous office equipment, ambulances, cell phones, jewelry and televisions.
To view a partial list of items up for grabs, as well as pictures of some of the vehicles and equipment, visit www.crydermanauctions.com and click the “Auctions” link for access to the Macomb County sale.
The auction will take place at the Macomb County warehouse, 44900 Vic Wertz Dr. in Clinton Township. The warehouse is located on the south side of M-59 between Groesbeck Highway and Gratiot Avenue.
Items are awarded to the highest bidder and proper identification is required. All items must be paid for in full on the day of the sale. There are no warranties for items, and no refunds. All sales are final.
Winning bidders are also required to pay a 7 percent buyer's fee for all purchases, in addition to the state's 6 percent sales tax.
A 2 percent discount is available for bidders who pay by cash or check. VISA and MasterCard are also accepted.
Buyers are required to remove their purchased items from the warehouse by 2 p.m. Monday, May 7.