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|Starting Bid: $100.00|
|Current Price: $1,300.00|
|Buy Now Price||$0.00||No Reserve Available for immediate purchase.|
|Buyer's Fee: 9.00 %|
|Bid History||55 Bids|
|High Bidder||earhart e*****t|
Payment Instructions: The successful bidder shall make payment in the form of cash, bank check, certified check, or money order, made payable to Pocopson Township.
This vintage circular grain bin is 10 feet to the roof line, 14 feet to the peak. Circumference is 44 feet, diameter is 14 feet.
Butler Manufacturing Company introduced its first galvanized metal grain bins in 1907. We don't know old this one is, but the structure is intact and in good condition with just some minor surface rust.
Pocopson Township, as Seller, disclaims any warranty, guarantee or representation of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the merchantability of fitness for any purpose of the property offered for sale. Item is being sold on an “As Is” basis.
Bidders must be 18 years old and legally able to form binding contracts as buyers.
Placing a bid creates a legally binding contract between Buyer and Seller. Payment in full is due not later than seven (7) calendar days from the time and date of the Notice of Award or the Township reserves the right to relist the item or award it to the second highest bidder.
Buyer is solely responsible for removal of item from site (650 S. Wawaset Rd., West Chester, PA 19382).-Added: 1/24/2020 2:19:58 PM
Additional information on this Auction
|Will Item results be voted on||Yes|
|Date of voting||Monday, January 27, 2020|
|Will you ship this item||No. Pickup only.|
|In person item inspection information||Call Mark Knightly at 484-947-9379|
|Pickup Location Details||650 S. Wawaset Rd., West Chester, PA 19382|
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"Is this attached to concrete floor. "
- Asked by #15353511 01/13/2020 12:16 AM
No. The bin has a metal floor that sits on the ground (so not attached to anything).
-Answered on 01/13/2020 08:55 AM