Re: [DML] Re: IRS selling delorean at auction (mileage error)
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Re: [DML] Re: IRS selling delorean at auction (mileage error)

Ryan.. How many people bid on these auctions?  Great question.   It really 
depends on how much information gets out there before the  auction.  Obviously 
they want large crowds and there are people who check  on the auctions 
according to areas.  The smart thing to do on  this  auction would be to at least one 
person who wants one or two of the cars and  form a group. I think this kind 
of auction will really have a crowd.
In a message dated 11/21/2005 9:15:53 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
ryanpwright@xxxxxxxxx writes:

On  11/21/05, James Espey <james@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> According to  Carfax, the car failed emissions earlier this year and
> that time had  54,222 miles on it, not the 34,222 the IRS says it has.

Well, should we  be surprised? They blatently steal large amounts of
money from each and  every one of us. Can we really expect them to be
honest about a used car?  ;-)

Seriously, I wonder how many people bid on these IRS auctions, and  if
there are any deals to be had. This particular auction is quite  the
collection. If the cars are in reasonably good condition, one  could
have a lot of fun with this.

-  Ryan


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