Jackson College to Auction off Items From its’ Entire Auto Shop
Jackson College is purging its' entire automotive shop and more.
For the home mechanics and automotive shop owners out there, Jackson College is holding an auction to get rid of hundreds of items for the former automotive shop on campus. After discontinuing the automotive service technology program, the college is liquidating all of the assets left behind.
When is the auction?
The auction is going to be held Thursday, March 24th from 10 am until 2 pm. Bidders are encouraged to attend the auction for an opportunity to bid on all available items at 2111 Emmons Road in Jackson, Michigan. This is a live auction.
What are some of the items available to bid on?
Jackson College will be auctioning off everything from golf carts, lifts, tools and toolboxes, tire machines, and so much more. Check out some of the items listed below.
- Utility Golf Cars (6)
- Gold Textron E-Z-Go Model L302 (3)
- Green Textron E-Z-Go (3)
- Hunter Engineering Company 12,000 lb. cap lift with 6,000 lbs Cap. Hydraulic Center Live and DSP600 alignment system computer, printer, and extras.
- Hunter Engineering Company and Superior Automotive 4 post 12,000 lb. cap alignment lift.
- Several other lifts are for sale as well.
- Tool Boxes & Heavy Duty Work Benches
- Huge Hand Tool Collection
- Air Tools
- General Service & Testers
- Tire Machines
- Jack Stands and Floor Jacks
- Commercial Sprinklers
- and more.
For a complete list of items and to see pictures of the items in the auction, click here. If you are looking to fill up the garage or shop, this is for you.
Source: Braun & Helmer Auction Service