2016 Ford Police Interceptor AWD, VIN #1FM5K8AR0GGB97437
122,876 miles; vehicle is in very good condition
*NOTE* A 5% buyers premium will be added to the final sale price and paid for by the purchaser.
Liability: All vehicles are sold as is, no warranty expressed or implied. The County of Leelanau assumes no liability for inaccurate or erroneous descriptions contained in any material pertaining to the auctioned equipment. Leelanau County reserves the right to reject any or all bids received in the best interest of the County. All sales subject to Board approval prior to transfer, which will happen after Tuesday, July 20, 2022
Vehicle Summary: Vehicle A is in very good condition and working order, with no discernible rust.
Inspection of Vehicle: It is strongly recommended that all interested parties inspect the vehicle thoroughly before an offer to purchase is submitted. Inspection and viewing is available Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., by appointment only: 231-256-9711. Vehicle is located at the Leelanau County Government Center, 8527 E Government Center Dr., Suttons Bay, Michigan.
Time Limit: If vehicle is not picked up within five business days upon notice of bid award, the County of Leelanau reserves the right to retain the vehicle and relist the vehicle for auction.
Payment: Payment for vehicle must be paid in full at the Leelanau County Treasurer’s Office; cash, money order, cashier's check (or credit card with an addition of a 3% fee) only will be accepted, with a valid picture ID. Applicable sales tax will be charged from the Secretary of State when title is transferred. All vehicles must be titled in the same name as what appears on the bid sheet – no exceptions. If bidder sends an agent to pick up the vehicle, an original NOTARIZED statement from the bidder appointing the individual as his/her agent and authorizing the agent to sign the Certificate of Title as Purchase and agent of the bidder must be presented, along with a valid driver’s license in his/her name.
Certificate of Title: It is the responsibility of the bidder to advise the County of the name of the purchaser(s), the correct spelling and the correct designation (i.e., Inc., LLC, etc.) on the Certificate of Title by the County. It will be the successful bidder’s responsibility to transfer the title with the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office. The title will be obtained from the County at time of purchase. The County of Leelanau takes no responsibility if the title is not transferred. Any changes made to the Certificate of Title by the bidder, purchaser(s), and/or agent is the responsibility of the bidder.
Tax Exemption: If a governmental entity, school, car dealer or other tax-exempt organization is the successful bidder, a tax exemption form must be provided prior to removing the vehicle.
Pick Up: Once payment in full has been made to the County Treasurer, the successful bidder is solely responsible for removal of said vehicle. Vehicle is to be removed at the risk and expense of the purchaser, without County staff participation.
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