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Police Auctions and Government Auctions Website Offers an Alternative to Vintage Aston Martin Auction


A vintage Aston Martin that once belonged to Paul McCartney is being auctioned in London on October 31st. has a comprehensive listing of police auctions and government auctions for cars, boats, and off-road vehicles where their users will find a variety of cars at auction.

(PRWEB) October 28, 2012

A vintage 1964 Aston Martin DB5 that once belonged to former Beatle Paul McCartney is heading to the auction block. The auction takes place October 31st in London. The auctioneer RM Auctions expects the classic automobile to sell for between $485,000 and $615,000.    

For those not interested in a vintage British sports car, publishes a comprehensive listing of police auctions and government auctions for cars, boats, and off-road vehicles. The listing informs users of the location, time, and date of police auctions and government auctions through out the country.

Police auctions and government auctions are where the government auctions off surplus government equipment, seized property, and many other types of government property. This creates an eclectic and unpredictable assortment of items where participants are sure to find alternatives to classic Aston Martin sports cars.

About offers many services to their members including a searchable listing of police auctions and government auctions. is known for their one-dollar no reserve auctions. These fast paced auctions offer their users the chance to bid on, and win, items for as little as one dollar. By combining a product selection ranging from name brand jewelry auctions, watch auctions, collectible coin auctions, and sports memorabilia auctions with industry leading customer service, has earned the loyalty of over 5 million devoted users. has made it even easier for customers and fans to connected with them via social media like their Facebook fan page. This exciting and newly launched space informs customers of up coming auction items.

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