Top 5 Cars at the Columbus Auto Auction for September 2016
End of the summer auto auction
When you donate a vehicle to Volunteers of America, the car goes to the Columbus Auto Auction to be sold. When it sells, those funds go to support programs that help homeless veterans and young offenders on their way to becoming productive members of society once again.
The following vehicles can be found at the auction this Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 5640 W. Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio, 43228.
2008 Nissan Altima
This fuel efficient 2008 Nissan Altima has 148,949 miles on it. With a roomy exterior and the smooth ride that people love about Nissan, this is a great find!
1985 Honda VF1100s
This motorbike is pure 80s glory. The actual miles are unknown, making this the perfect project bike to wrench on. Also perfect for Mad Max Halloween parties.
2002 Honda Accord
They call it "Honda reliability" for a reason! Even with 168,383 miles on this red Accord, there's still life left in this 4-door. With excellent gas mileage and a low profile, there's a reason this is one of the most popular vehicles on the planet.
1995 Safari Trek 24′ MotorHome
With only 48,249 actual miles on it, this 24' motor home is ready for your next family adventure! Roomy sitting area with kitchenette and indoor bathroom.
1982 20'6" Bayliner
The summer may be coming to a close, but that doesn't mean you can't start preparing for next year's boating season. This blue and white 20'6" Bayliner from 1982 is looking for its new crew. Will that be you?
Important things to remember when you want to buy a vehicle at the Columbus Auto Auction
Remember, vehicles are sold "as-is" without any warranty. You must be at least 18 years old to bid. Don't forget to register for a bidder's number with the office prior to the auction.
Here's a full list of the rules and regulations of the auction.
Interested in donating a vehicle to the auction? Here's how to do it.
We accept cars, trucks, SUVs, boats, lawnmowers, planes (really) and pretty much anything with a motor. It's easier than trying to sell a used vehicle on your own, and oftentimes you can get more money from the tax deduction than you would by selling it.
Vehicle not running anymore? No problem - you can still donate it. We'll even come pick it up and tow it for free.
Here's three ways to donate your vehicle:
- Online: Just fill out our online form, and we'll contact you to schedule a convenient pickup time.
- By phone: Call us at 800-862-6030 to start the donation process.
- In person: If you're in the Columbus area, you can just drop your car with a clean title at 5640 W. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio, 43228.