Bay-Area Used Car Auction Set for December 3

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Alameda County Auction (AC Auction), a leading source of late-model used vehicles at auction prices, has scheduled its next public car auction for 9:00 a.m. on December 3, 2005.

Alameda County Auction (AC Auction), a leading source of late-model used vehicles at auction prices, has scheduled its next public car auction for 9:00 a.m. on December 3, 2005 at their five-acre auto complex in the San Francisco Bay/Oakland-area town of Dublin. On hand will be hundreds of cars, trucks and SUVs of all makes and models, offering those in attendance the chance to save thousands over retail prices.

“Our public auto auctions are always a huge event, and this one promises to be no exception,” said AC Auction Chief Executive Officer Adel Saadeh. “The end of the year means our car auctions have a bigger selection than ever, but it also means more competition from people looking to get the best deal.”

With economic worries at the forefront of news stories everywhere, public auto auctions are fast becoming a popular—and cost effective—way for consumers to get the vehicle they’ve always dreamed of at a fraction of the original sticker price. “From the latest hybrids to flagship models of luxury brands, our Bay-area car auctions always have something for everyone,” Saadeh said.

Two preview opportunities, on Friday, December 2, 2005 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Saturday, December 3, 2005 7:30 AM to 8:59 AM allow potential buyers to scrutinize available vehicles before the used car auction begins and make note of particular models they’re interested in.

For more information on Alameda County Auctions, and for directions to the event, interested parties should go to http://www.acauction.com or contact Ollan Agtual at (925) 829-5999.

Alameda County Auction is a privately-owned company that specializes in offering late-model domestic and imported used cars at below blue book value several times a year at their Bay-area car auctions.

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