IronPlanet Sets End-of-Quarter Auction

June 28, 2017 - Press Release

IronPlanet announced its multiple-day, end-of-quarter online auctions for used equipment. The online marketplace will run its end-of-quarter events from June 27 to 30, featuring an All-Humvee Auction and three equipment sales on the IronPlanet and GovPlanet websites.

The All-Humvee Auction will take place Tuesday, June 27, starting at 7 a.m. West Coast time. The sale includes over 400 Humvees, including a demilitarized U.S. Marine Corps M1123 Humvee, a 1986 AM General M998 HMMWV, and a 1990 AM General M998 HMMWV. Form SF97s are also available for obtaining off-road vehicle titles.

The Government Surplus Sale takes place on June 28 and features over 200 items, including caro trucks, first trucks, mobile cranes, tire forklifts, and more. Wednesday's sale also features a 1989 Grove RT875CC Rough Terrain Crane and a BMY 6x6 Tractor Truck.

The Pump and Power Sale will be held on June 29. Over 440 items will be available, such as gen sets, trailer-mounted power plants, light towers, and more. The sale's featured items are the 2012 Fermont 10kW Gen Set and the 2013 Nordic Environmental Control Unit.

The Construction Equipment and Trucks Sale is June 29 and 30. The sale features over 1,300 late-model, low-hour construction equipment and trucks including backhoe loaders, articulated dump strucks, track excavators, and more.

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