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2002 Chevrolet Express 3500 Cargo Van - A/c Rack Boxes-bins -- Fuel Oil Truck on 2040-cars

Year:2002 Mileage:96455
Location:

Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania, United States

Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania, United States

 
Hello and thank you for visiting our auction.

We are Fleet Vehicle Disposal and Commercial Liquidations. We auction, purchase and liquidate Commercial Vehicles and Equipment all across North America.

The following vehicle is being auctioned as part of the legal proceedings for a Bankruptcy / Bank Repossession situation. The bank is the only lien-holder and the title is clear.

*** Any amount of money over the starting bid buys this truck.

Commercial Financing is Available to established businesses, however you MUST contact us and be fully approved BEFORE the close of the auction.  Please contact our Customer Service Department to learn more about financing.

Please Note:  There are a total of FOUR Fuel Oil Delivery Trucks, Two Cargo Van Service Vehicles and a Very Clean, Low-Mile 4X4 3/4 Ton Pick-Up that are all part of this Liquidation Auction - CLICK the 'Other Items by this Seller' Button to see every vehicle available.  The vehicle is as follows:

2001 Chevrolet Express 3500 Cargo Van

Standard Cargo Van with Rear-Wheel-Drive

VIN: 1GCHG35R521244683

Automatic Transmission  5.7 Liter Gasoline 8-Cylinder  / ABS Brakes

96,455 Miles 

One Owner Vehicle Since New / Fleet Serviced / Boxes and Bins / Bulkhead Divider for safety / Roof Rack

*** The only reason this truck is up for auction is that the company went bankrupt and their creditors reclaimed the assets. This truck has no known issues and runs and drives perfectly. It is one of seven fuel oil company fleet trucks we are auctioning for the bank and is Available for Inspections or Test Drives at our main location:

Fleet Vehicle Disposal and Commercial Liquidation
835 Route 100 North
Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania 19505
888-255-3933 toll free


Please phone us directly with any questions or to arrange a visit.

Forms of payment accepted for the auction are: Certified Funds in the form of a Bank Check OR Bank Wire Transfer OR Cash. NO OTHER FORMS OF PAYMENT WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Go to:  FleetVehicleDisposal.com  to learn more about our company.


On Sep-20-14 at 16:00:11 PDT, seller added the following information:

 VERY IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE:

THERE IS A 10% BUYERS PREMIUM ADDED TO THE WINNING BID WHICH IS HOW WE COVER OUR EXPENSES.  IF THIS IS A CONCERN OR IF YOU DON'T WISH TO BID BECAUSE YOU FEEL IT WAS NOT CLEAR ENOUGH IN THE ADVERTISING, PLEASE PHONE OUR OFFICES THIS WEEK AND YOUR BID WILL BE RETRACTED IMMEDIATELY WITHOUT ISSUE.

THANK YOU.

OFFICE:  888-255-3933 TOLL FREE

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