From Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
-- Those in the market for a used vehicle may find just what they need at the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's public vehicle auction Thursday, Sept. 11 at the Department's headquarters located at 1801 N. Lincoln in Oklahoma City.
"There's a number of vehicles up for auction, mostly Chevy half-ton four-wheel drive trucks," said Johnny Hill, property manager for the Wildlife Department. "Potential bidders can see information on the trucks on wildlifedepartment.com, including estimated mileage and other details."
The auction vehicles may fit the needs of sportsmen who need a hunting or fishing truck, someone looking to replace their daily driver or even parents searching for just the right first vehicle for their teenage drivers.
"Since there's a designated time period before the auction where buyers can come inspect the vehicles, bidders can get a better idea of what the trucks have to offer," Hill said.
A total of 30 vehicles will be available, and items may be inspected Sept. 11 from 10 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. Vehicles will be sold individually and "as is."
For a complete list of auction vehicles, log on to wildlifedepartment.com, or for more information call (405) 521-4600.