|Starting Bid: $1,000.00|
|Current Price: $16,100.00|
|Buy Now Price||$0.00||No Reserve Available for immediate purchase.|
|Buyer's Fee: 9.00 %|
|Bid History||84 Bids|
|High Bidder||Kseipp K****p|
Certified Check or Money Order payable to Borough of Smethport.Sold as is. Borough of Smethport is not responsible past the bidding stage. The Borough of Smethport holds the right the accept or reject any bid placed.
We are putting out for bid our 1999 GMC C7500 Altec Bucket Truck. This rig has served us well for more than 20 years has a 454 Gas Motor and currently has 17,801 Miles (will go up slightly as is still in emergency use til sold)
It is a Model AN650 with a 2 man bucket, 500 LBS Platform capacity and a respectable 55 Foot working Height.
This beautiful truck has been ANSI Certified every year including this year and is a Category C with a 46 KV Voltage and has only 4501 hours (will also slightly change while in emergency use)
There is nothing wrong with this truck at all the only reason we are selling is it was next due in rotation and a new truck was purchased. In the photos you will see tools, ropes, and other items which will NOT be sold with the truck. Any questions please contact 814-887-5815 and ask for a member of the Electric Department. Or swing by 275 S Marvin St Monday - Friday between 8am -3pm.
Vehicle is now sitting outside available for inspection at anytime at 275 S Marvin St Smethport Pa, 16749-Added: 10/21/2021 12:11:05 PM
Additional information on this Auction
|Will Item results be voted on||Yes|
|Date of voting||Monday, November 1, 2021|
|Will you ship this item||Yes. At the expense of the bidder.|
|In person item inspection information||Contact 814-887-5815 ask for a member of the Electric Department|
|Does it start||Yes|
|Is it drivable off the lot||Yes|
|Is it currently inspected||Yes|
|Vehicle has a transferable title||Yes|
|Body Style||CONVENTIONAL CAB|
|Engine Type||7.4L V8 OHV 16V|
|Fuel Economy_city||No data|
|Fuel Economy_highway||No data|
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"What is the working height?"
- Asked by #15282731 10/14/2021 12:28 PM
-Answered on 10/14/2021 02:37 PM
"What's the GVWR"
- Asked by #14590073 10/15/2021 03:27 PM
The supervisor says its just over needing a CDL he believes its 32,000
-Answered on 10/21/2021 03:03 PM