Bid History for 2010 Shop Built 1600 Gallon Slip-In Deicer
Auction Start Date: 07/21/21 12:50 PM ET
Auction End Date: 07/28/21 9:45 PM ET
Asset ID: 4671 Number of Bids: 33
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SOLD ON SITE
AT OREGON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
IN SALEM, OR.
2010 Shop Built 1600 Gallon Slip-In Deicer
Make: Shop Built
Model: 1600 Gallon Slip-in Deicer
Serial Number: 10-420-006
Dimensions: 174"L x 81"W x 71"H
Overall condition unknown. Crew reports without other detail, "Frame is rotten, lots of rust. Wiring is gone, hoses need to be replaced." Inside of tank is a baffle wall. We do not inspect or perform any diagnostics on vehicles or equipment prior to offering items for sale to determine mechanical or operational condition. Body: Decal/adhesive remnants.
ODOT Asset ID: 10-1966
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|Due to COVID-19, inspections are offered by appointment only. Pictures are of actual items, and item(s) are described to the best of our ability, based on visual inspections and information provided to us from the owning agency. Defects not listed/shown/known may exist. Please contact Nick Thomas at (503) 881-8392 to schedule appointment to view and pick up. Office Hours are 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. This vehicle is physically located at:
455 Airport Rd SE Building "L"
Salem, OR. 97301
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