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1996 Ford L8000 With A 1996 National Crane Model: 600c Mounted On The Back on 2040-cars

Year:1996 Mileage:43757
Location:

Castle Hayne, North Carolina, United States

Castle Hayne, North Carolina, United States

**1996 Ford L8000 with a 1996 National crane model: 600c mounted on the back.**

1996 Ford L8000 8 speed trans. tap axle with (mi 43,757)

vin #1FDYK82E6TVA2400

mounted on the back is a..

1996 National 16-18 ton crane model 600c with (3,847hrs) serial #27097

location:5430 barbados Blvd. Castle Hayne NC 28429

************WINNING BIDDER MUST CONTACT US W/24 HRS AFTER BID CLOSING, FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE WITH US IN A TIMELY MANNER WILL BE GROUNDS FOR YOUR BID OFFER BEING CANCELLED.***************

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Bidders are invited and urged to inspect said property prior to submitting bids. Reasonable opportunity will be afforded for inspection up to the time for opening bids, but no labor will be furnished for such purposes. The Purchaser is to assume all liability for the property after award is made. The State will exercise its usual care for protection up to the time of removal, but will not be responsible for any loss or damage whatsoever.

We welcome onsite inspections, prior to the close for bidding, as long as a staff member is present, due to Liability Reasons.

NOTE: Description does not imply or express as to the quality or value of this item”. All property is sold "As is" and "Where is" with “All Faults” and “No Warranty, Written or Implied”.

All information is subject to buyer inspection and verification. Verbal comments by custodians concerning the condition of property are not considered by the SSPA nor will they be grounds for disputing an award of property.

Transport is the responsibility of the purchaser. We do NOT arrange shipping. Purchaser has 10 days from end of auction to Pay For and Remove Property.

The description has been compiled from available data. Refunds or adjustments will not be made for property not coming up to the standard expected by the bidder. Failure to inspect the property will not be grounds for a claim. The State will exercise its usual care for protection up to the time end of sale, but will not be held responsible for any loss or damage to the property after an award.

Payment must be made within (10) ten calendar days of auctions end. If payment is not received within (10) ten calendar days of auction end the bidder will be ineligible to bid on future auctions. Payment must be in the form of Certified Funds, in US DOLLARS. We Do Not Accept Paypal, Credit Cards, Business or Personal Checks.

Justin R. Jones, Remit Payment To: N C State Surplus Property

Ebay Manager 1310 Mail Service Ctr.

919-854-2243 Raleigh, N.C. 27607-5009

justin.jones@doa.nc.gov

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