Bid History for American Pacemaker Lathe
Auction Start Date: 03/21/18 5:38 PM ET
Auction End Date: 04/03/18 5:33 PM ET
Asset ID: 238 Number of Bids: 13
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American Pacemaker Lathe
Buyer will be responsible for loading and lifting the asset into their truck or trailer. No loading assistance will be provided.
|Additional Info: Chicago Affidavit (Combined).pdf|
|Questions and Answers|
Q: Is there anything regarding the location of the machine that would make it especially problematic to load? i.e., second floor, wedged in behind other equipment, not on ground level, no loading dock, etc. Also, any estimate of the machine's weight? Thanks! (3/29/18 9:09 AM)
A: Asset is on ground level and the buyer will have to load item from the ground up. There is no dock. There is a structural beam close to the asset. There is no weight estimate. (3/29/18 12:27 PM)
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