ABSOLUTE NO RESERVE AUCTION
2001 Pontiac Montana passenger van
3.4L Gas engine
LOCATION: Battle Creek, Mi 49015
CALL MATT ANYTIME @269-317-1997
AUCTION ENDS MONDAY@ 8:45PM EASTERN TIME
Up for auction is a great running 2001 Pontiac Montana passenger Van. This is a one owner and has been serviced regularly. The van has 111,650 low miles on the 3.4L gas engine! Runs and drives absolutely wonderful. This is an absolute no reserve auction and will sell to high bidder. Don't miss out at the last second.....get your best bid in today!
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Van has normal wear and tear dings and dents for a 2001 model. Van is solid and not all rusted out like some out there.
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- Van info:
- 2001 Pontiac Montana van
- 3.4L engine starts & runs excellent
- 111,650 miles
- AC....will need to be recharged
- AM/FM radio
- Tires: .........70% All around
AUCTION ENDS MONDAY @8:45PM EASTERN TIME
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Van is located in Battle Creek, Mi 49015. Van must be paid in full within 5 days of auction close. A $200.00 deposit is required via pay pal within 48hrs of auction close (DEPOSIT IS NOT NECESSARY IF PICKUP IS MADE WITHIN 2 DAYS OF AUCTION CLOSE). Truck must be picked up within 21 days of auction close or a $50.00 storage fee will apply no exceptions please. Full payment to be Cashier's check, cash in person, wire transfer or Credit card-Visa- Matercard. Truck is being sold as is with no warranty expressed or implied.
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