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Upcoming Government Surplus Auction in San Diego: SDCCD Warehouse
The San Diego Community College District’s warehouse is full again, so this is your opportunity to bid on items in this government surplus auction in San Diego including tons of audio/visual equipment, office furniture, computers, laptops, radio station equipment, metal file cabinets, and more.
The SDCCD consists of three colleges including San Diego City College, San Diego Mesa College, and San Diego Miramar College that serves approximately 13,000 students a year.
If you’re in the San Diego area, there is an onsite inspection available on Tuesday, March 24 from 9 am – 4 pm. We highly recommend coming down to the warehouse to inspect items you’d like to bid on. The warehouse is located at 9315 Hillery Dr, San Diego, CA 92126.
Even if you’re not in San Diego, you can bid online and have items shipped to you through our recommended shipper, PAKMAIL, a company that specializes in packing and crating large shipments.
Featured Items Up For Auction
Arriflex vintage video camera – If you’re a videographer who likes to collect vintage or retro movie cameras, you might like one of the more interesting items up for auction, which is a Arriflex 16 video camera made in Germany that comes with a case. The company that manufactures the Arriflex 16 is The Arri Group, a leading company in the movie equipment industry since 1917. The company helped revolutionize filmmaking and developed breakthrough technology that is used in most motion picture cameras today.
Rotary lift – If you own an automotive shop or like to work on cars, there’s a 4 post rotary car lift that’s up for grabs. A brand new rotary lift can cost you anywhere from $2,000-$5,000+.
Lot of retro Apple Computers – Because Apple is such an iconic company, collectors have emerged that have driven up the value of vintage Apple computers. Here’s your chance to own a piece of computer history with this auction that includes an assortment of Apple computer monitors and keyboards including the iMac from the 1990’s. The iMac was the model that signified the rebirth of Apple under Steve Jobs in the late 90’s. It was the computer for the “new millenium” and had a distinct, stylish case design with translucent “Bondi Blue” plastics.
These are just a few of the 300+ auctions you can bid on during this government surplus. Check out the full auction and register to bid here.
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