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Car Auctions in Columbus, OH
1.Goodwill Columbus Auto Auctions
1331 Edgehill Rd2.43 mi Columbus, OH Automobile Auctions
All the vehicles (even riding lawnmowers) donated to us are resold through our Auto Auction. And 100 percent of the proceeds are used to support the Goodwill Columbus mission, providing rehabilitation, training and employment services to those with barriers to employment. It’s your opportunity to support people with disabilities, while bringing home the vehicle you need.
1680 Williams Rd5.63 mi Columbus, OH Automobile AuctionsAutomobile & Truck BrokersUsed Car Dealers
3.Capital City Auto Auction
5855 Chantry Dr9.64 mi Columbus, OH Automobile AuctionsAutomobile & Truck Brokers
looking forward to it... must bet some improvement in their seo.... hard to find online
4.Insurance Auto Auctions Inc
420 Stimmel Rd1.87 mi Columbus, OH Automobile AuctionsInsuranceAutomobile & Truck Brokers
5.Columbus Fair Auto Auction
4700 Groveport Rd6.78 mi Obetz, OH Automobile AuctionsAutomobile & Truck BrokersUsed Car Dealers
Columbus Fair Auto Auction is a used automobile marketplace that offered more than 190,000 vehicles for sale in 2005. Established in 1959 by William Jacobs, the company originally auctioned used vehicles from dealerships to the general public. Columbus Fair Auto Auction holds weekly sales at its 85-acre facility that are frequented by more than 1,000 dealers from approximately 20 states. Several manufacturers, such as General Motors, Daimler Chrysler, Kia and Suzuki, have contracted the company to conduct high-volume factory sales. Columbus also offers a range of value-added services, such as an on-site body shop, a mechanical shop and a reconditioning center. Columbus Fair Auto Auction employs more than 450 people and is located in Obetz, Ohio.
6.Ohio Auto Auction
3905 Columbus Chillicothe Rd W5.93 mi Grove City, OH Automobile Auctions
7.Insurance Auto Auction
1601 Thrailkill Rd5.45 mi Grove City, OH Automobile AuctionsUsed Car DealersInsuranceAutomobile & Truck Brokers
The Columbus location is ran by a very dishonest group of people. They will knowing sell a car with false information on the sale add. Engine size, manual vs. Auto Trans, do not believe the Vin#. Even if they know the information to be incorrect they will still sell it with the incorrect information. If you have to speak with the management expect them to be extremely cooperative while on the initial phone call. Just know that once you hang up the phone you will not be helped or get a second call. They will promise to call you back to resolve the issue and they will not call you back. Do your homework, do not believe any of the info they give you. If you do not see it with your own eyes expect it to be false. Also just know that they are aloud to commit "Theft by deception" and get away with it. If you take any legal action you will be banned from the auction. So moral of the story ladies and gentlemen, IAA is right even when they are wrong. You as the consumer will never be right.
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