Bid History for 2001 Ford Explorer
Auction Start Date: 10/14/20 2:36 PM ET
Auction End Date: 10/26/20 3:45 PM ET
Asset ID: 2 Number of Bids: 37
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2001 Ford Explorer
Vehicle starts with a boost.
V6 gas engine runs.
Vehicle was maintained every 5,000 miles.
Removed from service January 2020.
Automatic transmission is operable.
Exterior is red with minor scratches.
No cracked glass.
Tires in good condition.
Interior is gray cloth with normal wear.
Stock AM/FM CD radio.
AC in unknown condition.
Cruise control, tilt steering, and remote mirrors.
Power steering, windows, door locks, and seats.
|Questions and Answers|
Q: Was this vehicle purchased by the city, or was it a seizure? If purchased, what was it used for? (10/22/20 11:43 AM)
A: which vehicle are you referring to? None of the vehicles currently listed were seized. They were all city owned vehicles. (10/22/20 12:59 PM)
Q: Can I come to inspect the Explorer tomorrow? (10/22/20 1:09 PM)
A: Yes, between 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM (10/22/20 1:24 PM)
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