(PRWEB) June 25, 2013
Scores of used automobiles are available for under $1,000 each week from Capital Auto Auction, the leading auction clearing house for cars donated to several charitable organizations. Capital Auto Auction also sells cars on consignment from private parties and dealers, government cars, and repossessions at its auctions held in the Washington, D.C. Manchester, New Hampshire, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our locations serve Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont and Connecticut Markets.
Capital Auto Auction has auctioned thousands vehicles of all types since 1989, and it’s 60,000 square foot Washington headquarters facility is centrally located for easy access for buyers from the Capital area and Maryland and Virginia suburbs. Its other facilities are in Philadelphia, Temple Hills, MD, and Manchester, N.H., just a short distance from Boston and serving the New England region. Cars and other vehicles are sold at both live auctions and on line through Internet bidding at http://www.capitalautoauction.com.
Auction car buyers are finding great bargains for every budget and need, from family cars and mini vans to SUVs and sports cars. A number of motorcycles, campers and recreational vehicles, and boats are frequently up for bid. Vehicle selection varies from week to week, and there are always good, clean, used cars sold for excellent prices. Professional independent auctioneers sell all cars, and the prices are unbelievably low. Buying a car is simple, with no price haggling or car lot sales games. Cars are simply sold to the highest bidder.
Many of the cars auctioned have been donated to a number of charities. Capital Auto Auction handles the sales of these vehicles with sizable proceeds collected for organizations such as: Goodwill, Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Volunteers of America, the Salvation Army, Charitable Auto Resources, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Cars for Causes, Cars Helping Veterans, Homestretch, Cars Helping Pets, Purple Heart Car Donation Program, Kars 4 Kids, Cars to Help Kids, and Melwood.
Live/drive auctions are held each week at all of the Capital Auto Auction locations and real time auctions are held on line. All of the cars being offered at live/drive auctions can be viewed in person one hour before bidding begins (30 minutes at the Maryland, facility). Online postings of available vehicles with photographs are updated regularly for viewing, with complete details of each vehicle included. Auction schedules are posted on line at http://www.capitalautoauction.com.
The auctions are held at the following locations: 905 Brentwood Road, NE, Washington, DC 20018, Phone: (202) 269-3361, Fax: (202) 529-4452, Email: dc(at)capitalautoauction(dot)com; 5001 Beech Road, Temple Hills, MD 20748, Phone: (301) 316-4980, Fax: (301) 316-4982, Email: th(at)capitalautoauction(dot)com; 190 Londonderry Turnpike, Manchester, NH 03104, Phone: (603) 622-9058, Fax: (603) 622-9063, Email: nh(at)capitalautoauction(dot)com and; 5135 Bleigh Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19136, Phone: (215) 332-2515, Fax: (215) 332-2534, Email: pa(at)capitalautoauction(dot)com.
In addition to being a great source for car buyers, Capital Auto Auction is also a reliable option for anyone wishing to sell a vehicle on consignment. Capital’s staff of experienced sales pros takes all the phone calls, makes arrangements for sales, and even handles any problems or disputes that may arise with a sale. Their goals are simple: to do everything possible to make the sale fair and to satisfy both the buyer and the seller. Vehicles are shown off at their best by Capital Auto Action’s staff, who are dedicated to getting all sellers full value for their cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, and other items. Selling through Capital Auto Auction helps sellers avoid losing money on trade-ins and to get full value for their vehicles. Sellers’ vehicles are safely seen by hundreds of potential buyers, and no strangers come to their homes or call. Also, there are no expenses for advertising. Autos sold on consignment must be free of any liens and registered in the name of the sellers.
Consignments are accepted on a first come, first served basis, with a limited number of consignment slots available each week, so sellers should contact the auction site in their area.