Insane 21 Vehicle/RV/Trailer/Toy single lot auction in McMinnville, OR

KiwiMtnClmbr

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https://www.treasury.gov/auctions/irs/mcor_auto_9293.htm



1) 1995 Dodge Ram 3500 Pickup VIN 3B7MF33W9SM159908;
2) 1985 Toyota Pickup VIN JT4RN60S2F5084525;
3) 2000 Ford Excursion VIN 1FMSU43F6YEC18023;
4) 2008 Gulf Stream Tourmaster Coach VIN 4UZAB2DJ87CZ44386;
5) 1987 Toyota 4Runner VIN JT4RN62S2H0123059;
6) 1990 Yamaha Banshee ATV;
7) 2010 Hot Rail Dune Buggy;
8) 1992 Sand Spirit Dune Buggy;
9) 2002 22´ Thunderjet Boat, Vessel ID OR611ACC, Hull AHQ10173K102;
10)2005 Bombardier Jet Ski, Vessel ID OR611ACC, Hull YDV12312B505;
11) 1993 29´ Trailer with standard hitch VIN 1C9E29201PH399038;
12) 2001 Boat Trailer VIN 1T9AS232711198590;
13) 2014 Boat Trailer VIN 1R9BB2320EP417169;
14) 2014 Super Air Nautique G21 Boat Vessel ID OR503AEY;
15) Double Jet Ski Trailer;
16) Single Jet Ski Trailer;
17) 1985 Toyota Pickup;
18) 2 Suzuki Quad Sport ATVs;
19) MotoXtremes Minibike;
20) 1985 Toyota 4Runner;
21) 1986 Suzuki Samurai Hardtop.
 

eporter

Adventurer
Missing pics of some of the rigs. Minimum bid $15,348.47. Not too bad a start. Just an hour away from me. Hmm...
 

KiwiMtnClmbr

New member
Do it! I'm sure many of these items could be flipped/dumped easily by a patient fellow who can float the cash.

Buy yeah, I'd like to see some of the missing pieces too.
 

GHI

Adventurer
There may be encumbrances on the items. Look before you leap.
Can you give me an example. I can’t see any of these items having a lien except maybe that one boat. Maybe I’m missing something so obvious.

Storage fees going to the tow lot on top of the bid price? Or is it the towing yard that is having their assets seized and sold. I can’t see the value in time invested for the IRS to individually seize these items from separate parties.
 
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jeep-N-montero

Expedition Leader
Can you give me an example. I can’t see any of these items having a lien except maybe that one boat. Maybe I’m missing something so obvious.

Storage fees going to the tow lot on top of the bid price? Or is it the towing yard that is having their assets seized and sold. I can’t see the value in time invested for the IRS to individually seize these items from separate parties.
Whenever an item is towed the towing company does not own the item, so even if you had an item towed and owe fees you technically still own the item less any fees, at least that seems to be what you were getting at.
 

AirForceOne

Mr. Bond
It reads like a tow company wasn't paying taxes for several years. I'm not sure that 2.1mil encumbrance would be transfered to the buyer however, because that would completely negate the sale. I would guess the proceeds from the auction would be applied towards it, while the original forfeiter would be on the hook for the rest.


I could be 100% wrong though.
 

GHI

Adventurer
It reads like a tow company wasn't paying taxes for several years. I'm not sure that 2.1mil encumbrance would be transfered to the buyer however, because that would completely negate the sale. I would guess the proceeds from the auction would be applied towards it, while the original forfeiter would be on the hook for the rest.


I could be 100% wrong though.
That's what I was thinking without getting into a long winded post about the auction scams we have here in Michigan.
 
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