2003 Chevrolet Impala Police Vehicle (needs Engine) #939 on 2040-cars
Maspeth, New York, United States
Drive Type: Automatic
Trim: Police Model
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
*VILLAGE OF FREEPORT ITEM, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK*
YOU ARE BIDDING ON:
"2003 Chevrolet Impala Police Vehicle Owned & Operated By: The Village of Freeport, LONG ISLAND"
THIS ITEM IS "Pre-Owned" AND IN "Poor" CONDITION!
*INFORMATION PROVIDED FOR OUR LISTED VEHICLE:
*This Vehicle Has Been Owned & Operated by the Village of Freeport. The Vehicle is Under Their Jurisdiction Until the Completion of the Sale. The Scheduling Arrangements Will Be Made According to the Village's Schedule (1-2 Scheduled Pick-up Dates Per Week). Each Vehicle Has Been put though the Effects of HURRICANE SANDY, and Sustained Flood Damage. However, this Vehicle Does Have a CLEAR TITLE.
***EACH VEHICLE MUST HAVE A TOWING SERVICE REMOVE IT FROM THE GOVERNMENT MUNICIPALITY LOT ON THE PICK-UP DATE. REGARDLESS OF CONDITION, NO VEHICLE WILL BE DRIVEN OUT OF LOT***
View Below for Additional Information Regarding This Vehicle:
*Model Vehicle: 2003 Chevrolet Impala Police Vehicle (This Vehicle Needs a New Engine)
*TOTAL CAR MILEAGE: 55.622
*DRIVE TYPE: Automatic
*INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR IN: Solid-Poor Condition
**ALL SALES ARE FINAL, VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS CONDITION"**
*Deposits are Non-Refundable*
*ORIGINALLY USED, OWNED, AND OPERATED BY THE CITY OF LONG BEACH
*PLEASE READ FURTHER INFORMATION AND PROCEDURE INFORMATION
*WORLD WIDE PRODUCT ACCESS* VEHICLE BRANCH PROVIDES ALL INFORMATION NECESSARY TO ENSURE OUR CUSTOMERS FULL SATISFACTION.
*THIS PARTICULAR VEHICLE WAS USED AND OPERATED AS AN OFFICIAL SOURCE OF TRANSPORTATION.
*AS FAR AS PICK-UPS AND TRANSPORTATION OF THIS VEHICLE IS CONCERNED, ALL ARRANGEMENTS FOR TRANSPORTATION MUST BE MADE BY WINNING BUYER.
*ALL NECESSARY LOCATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED
*IF CHOOSING TO SHIP NATIONWIDE THROUGH A SERVICE, FULL PAYMENT MUST BE SUBMITTED BEFORE PICK-UP
*DO NOT BID ON THIS ITEM IF YOU HAVE NO FURTHER ACTION TO COLLECT IT*
PLEASE CONTACT WWPA at (516) 442-5375 FOR ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS REGARDING OUR ITEMS
WWPA WILL RE-LIST ITEM IF DEPOSIT OR NO FURTHER COMMUNICATION IS MADE WITHIN 48 HOURS OF OUR AUCTION COMPLETION
THANKS FOR LOOKING AND BID WITH CONFIDENCE
Chevrolet Impala for Sale
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