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Bid History for 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe
Auction Start Date: 05/04/12 10:55 AM ET
Auction End Date: 05/10/12 8:00 PM ET
Asset ID: 2804   Number of Bids: 68

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2001 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Auction Closed
High Bidder: b*****b
Sold Amount: $3,067.00
Tax (6.0000%): $184.02
Total Price: $3,251.02
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Terms and Conditions

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VIN/Serial
1GNEK13T31R102067
Condition Category Inventory ID
See Description SUV LM12A0416
2001 Chevy Tahoe; there is a title and a key for this vehicle, however bidder should be advised that this vehicle has had EXTENSIVE WATER DAMAGE as noted on the title. This vehicle was a forfeiture and therefore no other information is known about the vehicle. The vinyl interior appears to be in good condition as does the body. The mileage is approximately 201283. For an APPOINTMENT to inspect this vehicle contact Bob Cromis via email at bob.cromis@louisvilleky.gov

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Seller InformationSeller Information
Seller Name: Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government, KY  [view seller's other assets]
Asset Location: 3515 Newburg Rd
Louisville, Kentucky 40218-3332
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InspectionInspection
Inspections are encouraged. While we understand that it is not always feasible, especially for out of state bidders, all bidders should be aware that vehicles may not be capable of being started, even with a jump, or driven and they should be prepared to tow or haul the vehicles they purchased from the Metro lot if necessary. No repair work of any kind may be done on Metro property. We will make every effort to provide as much information as we can on the conditions of the vehicles we sell however some information may not be available in some cases. If you have a special concern you may contact the person whose name appears in the body of the vehicle description.

PaymentPayment
All payments shall be made in advance of pick up. Acceptable forms of payment are a money order, Cashier's Check, company check or cash (exact change, please). Once payment is received in the Surplus Property Office the bidder will be provided with a receipt (a hard copy if the payment is made in person or an email receipt if the payment is mailed to us). Make payment payable to Louisville Metro Government and mail to Louisville Metro Finance Department, ATTN: TRACE McGAREY, 611 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, KY 40202. (Any questions, contact Trace McGarey at 502-817-0576) SEE REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS BELOW!

RemovalRemoval
Once payment has been made YOU MUST CALL OUR FLEET SERVICES DIVISION TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO PICK UP YOUR VEHICLE. Hours for pick up are determined by Fleet Services and APPOINTMENTS MUST BE MADE! The contact name and phone number of the individual you need to speak with will be provided to you with your sales receipt at the time of payment. BIDDERS SHOWING UP UNANNOUNCED TO PICK UP A VEHICLE RUN THE RISK OF NOT BEING ABLE TO RETRIEVE YOUR PROPERTY THAT DAY. THIS APPLIES TO LOCAL SALES AS WELL AS SALES FROM OUT OF TOWN BIDDERS. shipping, loading, etc. are the responsibility of the bidder. No assistance is available and the bidder must arrive prepared. Bidders must tell Fleet Services if a transport company is being used to pick up their vehicle and supply them with the name of the transport company. IF THE TRANSPORT COMPANY FAILS TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH FLEET SERVICES FOR THE PICK UP YOUR VEHICLE WILL NOT BE RELEASED TO THEM, so the bidder must make sure the transport company knows this. Bidders must make sure the transport company also knows the following: (1) THAT THE VEHICLE MAY NOT BE OPERABLE, (2) IF THE VEHICLE HAS NO KEY, (3) WHO THEY ARE PICKING THE VEHICLE UP FOR & (4) THE LAST SIX DIGITS OF THE VIN SO THEY ARE ASSURED OF PICKING UP THE RIGHT VEHICLE.

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Special InstructionsSpecial Instructions
The grand total of your vehicle purchase does not include any applicable sales tax. Sales tax is only assessed to bidders in eight states: ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA, FLORIDA, INDIANA, MASSACHUSETTS, MICHIGAN, SOUTH CAROLINA, WASHINGTON. Bidders in these states will not see the sales tax on the Buyers Certificate they receive from GovDeals---the day after they receive their Buyers Certificate they will receive a separate email from the Louisville Metro Surplus Property Office, giving them their correct grand total, which includes the sales tax. Bidders who provide the Louisville Metro Surplus Property Office with a copy of a tax exempt certificate at the time of their payment will not be required to pay the sales tax. ALL ASSETS ARE SOLD "AS IS" AND ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

Questions and AnswersQuestions and Answers
Q: WHAT TYPES OF PAYMENTS DO YOU TAKE .. ARE THEY ALL THAT ARE ALLOWED ON THIS SITE ? (4/16/12 2:45 PM)
A: Sorry, that was supposed to have been addressed in the "payment instruction" section and it was missed. We will accept money order, Cashier's Check or company check (cash will also be accepted if paying in person). (4/16/12 3:13 PM)

Q: how many miles are showing? (4/17/12 8:43 AM)
A: This was addressed in the description of the vehicle---the odometer reading is not available because it is digital and there is no battery power to the vehicle. We do not know its mileage. (4/17/12 8:58 AM)

Q: Do you know how long this vehicle has been setting,since it was impounded? (4/17/12 11:22 PM)
A: Since this is a forfeiture the vehicle was tied up in a court case; I don't have any way of knowing how long the vehicle sat while that case was pending---it came to us through the Police Impoundment where it had been stored pending its release to us. (4/18/12 7:27 AM)

Q: do you have a key to the vehicle (4/18/12 10:16 PM)
A: Yes---this was stated in the description of the vehicle. (4/19/12 8:56 AM)

Q: so it did run at the time of seizure? (4/21/12 1:07 PM)
A: I only had access to the vehicle after the fact, but my guess is that it probably did---but I can't guarantee it. (4/23/12 10:09 AM)

Q: What is the percentage of sale tax? Since the key is at the location, has anyone tried to start this vehicle? Where was the water damage in this vehicle? (5/5/12 7:11 AM)
A: Sales Tax is 6% and may or not apply to you at all, depending on what state you reside in. Be sure to read all special instructions on the on-line posting to see if it applies to you. The vehicle has been started and driven a short distance. Rust was detected under the pedals and the wiring harness is believed to have been under water as well. (5/7/12 7:39 AM)

Q: what kind of water damage (5/5/12 9:37 AM)
A: Water damage was detected under the pedals as well as around the wiring harness. All warning lights are presently lit. (5/7/12 7:43 AM)

Q: Have the vehicle been started at all to see if it runs? (5/6/12 12:11 PM)
A: This vehicle started and ran at the time of this posting. (5/7/12 7:44 AM)

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