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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Vans of Harlingen, Texas

vansWhen you need a transport—a big one and reliable one, that is—you have to look to the vans and trucks. But what if you don’t need a truck for lugging around equipment and supplies? What if you just need to carpool a ton of people around, either for work or personal ventures? Look to these vans of Harlingen, Texas. With a bunch of neat older models like the 2001 Ford Econoline E150 Van, the 1998 Dodge Ram Wagon B3500 Van, and the 1997 Ford Aerostar Van—all of which are in the veteran’s zone of 100K miles and beyond—you know you’re getting reliable vehicles to fill your needs.

While these vans do have a lot of mileage recorded, as long as you take care of the vehicles, they’ll go for another 100K or more. You won’t be driving these vans to look good anyway, so you can take that aspect completely out of the equation. Just check for engine and motor issues, make sure all the emissions tests are good and the tires are in tip-top shape with all the miles they’ve been through.

All these vans are up for sale at an upcoming live auction in Harlingen. Start today by registering for your free trial so you can then check out all of these auto auctions that are up for grabs at government auto auctions around the country. If you need a van or some kind of big transportation vehicle, look no further.


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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Crown Victorias of Glenville, West Virginia

2003 crown victoriaYou’ve seen them. Everywhere you go in the 50 states of America, you’ll find these cars rolling down the city streets and you probably never gave them a second thought. These Ford Crown Victorias, 2003 models to be exact, are the same types of cars that police departments and many taxi companies use in their day-to-day activities. In Glenville, West Virginia, there are three that are up for auction, with their mileages ranging from 50-85K. Not so bad for 10-year-old cars.

The Crown Victorias were actually discontinued after 2011, so you won’t be seeing any new models out on the road. For that matter, it makes it even more meaningful to pick up a model for yourself. These cars are, after all, quite durable and reliable (why would the police use them if they weren’t?), so it makes a lot of sense to trust the engineering team for putting these automobiles together. While the Crown Victoria may be discontinued, you can’t count out the fact that they may resurface in the future. The original Crown Victorias were discontinued in 1956, but were revived by Ford in 1991. With plenty of legroom in these four-door sedans, and a nice rear-wheel drive capability, you’ve got comfort on top of reliability.

You can find these cars in Glenville, WV at an ongoing online auction by GSA. You won’t be able to check anything out unless you register for your free trial, so do yourself a favor and do so and then check out all of these auto auctions that are being put up for sale by the government all over the country.


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Monday, February 18, 2013

2008 Ford Mustang GT: White Stallion of Oregon

2008 mustangThis one horse can pump out power the equivalent of 300 horses. That’s right, this 300-horsepower 2008 Ford Mustang GT is a powerhouse in itself. It’s both stylish and potent, a great combination for anyone looking to show off on the road. As a veteran of the open roads in Salem, Oregon, this Mustang is a real treasure for the decent age it’s in along with its superb condition. It is indeed a white stallion any man dreams of taming.

The 2008 Mustang GT features a powerful V8 engine to carry its 4x6x15 feet dimensions, making it a small car with a huge punch. You’ll normally just seat two people, you and your passenger, but if the situation calls for it, you can always stuff two more people in the back (you just won’t be able to guarantee them leg room). At the end of the day, you don’t expect to seat four people on your white stallion anyway. And another reason not to shove more than two or three people into the car: you’ll just get weighed down and lose out on precious mileage. Well, it’s no news that you won’t get 40 miles to the gallon in this Mustang, but you’ll get at least 20-25 on the highway, which isn’t too bad. What do you expect out of a horse that can go zero to 60 in a blink of an eye?

If the 2008 Ford Mustang GT sounds like the car for you, do yourself a favor right now by registering for your free trial and check out all of these auto auctions happening near you.


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