Sunday, July 20, 2014

Canadian Government surplus auction site


Among surplus goods for sale is a commercial-sized potato peeler formerly located at the Kingston Penitentiary.
In the market for a slightly used RCMP vehicle? Or maybe you need a 2,300 kilogram-capacity forklift?

Perhaps an opal ring or a designer bag is something that would interest you? These items and more are featured on the Canadian government's surplus item auction site, gcsurplus.ca.

A mini-bus formerly used to transport senators and Senate staff around Parliament Hill is among the vehicles offered for sale on the federal government's surplus and seized goods auction site.
The government is also selling a 2009 white Ford Crown Victoria, referred to as a police interceptor.

"Rear doors do not open from the inside," the description of the ex-police car reads. "Vehicle starts with a boost and runs." The car, which is in Edmonton, also has a cracked windshield and a variety of other scrapes and scratches. The minimum bid is $900.

Allentown ventilated rodent housing for rats.