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SOLD 4.2 Million the Original 1966 Batmobile built by George Barris auctioned off by Barret Jackson

March 8th, 2013 18 comments

This is a vid capture of the auction for the original #1 1966 Batmobile build by George Barris for the 1966 Batman tv series. This was the #1 car the car built from the 1955 Lincoln Futura prototype car. It had been owned by George since it was built for the show.. this is the first time it was ever put up for sale publicly. The car sold for the hammer price of 4.2 million but with the buyers premium of 10% it came up to a total of 4.62 million.

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Pepsi IPL 2013 Player Auction

February 28th, 2013 24 comments

The Pepsi Indian Premier League 2013 is the most awaited cricketing event where at the auction, nine team owners will battle it out to build their team. It will be broadcast live and exclusively.

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$4.6 Million for the Batmobile! Insane Auto Auctions — ROAD TESTAMENT

February 21st, 2013 25 comments

More than $220 million in collector cars were sold at auction last week. What does it mean for car collecting and the economy at large, and what cars would you spend your millions on? With Jalopnik senior writer Travis Okulski.

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Exceptional Results In Motion: February Auctions of Impressionist and Modern Art at King Street 2013

February 14th, 2013 No comments

Christie’s auctions of Impressionist and Modern Art in London between 6 and 8 February realized £160,378,125/ $250,911,062/ €185,057,306, demonstrating the continued growth in global participation from new and established buyers at every price level of the market. The top price from the series of sales was paid for Jeanne Hébuterne (au chapeau), 1919, by Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) which sold for £26,921,250/ $42,104,835/ €31,040,201 (estimate: £16-22 million). In total, 32 lots sold for over £1 million (43 for over $1 million).

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after a foreclosed home in GA goes to auction how long does it take to evict the residents?

February 13th, 2013 3 comments

There is a home I’m intersted in purchasing and it goes up for auction tomorrow 2/5/13. However, the residents are still living in the house. How long can they live there after the auction? When can I get in to look at the house?

the only way you would be able to get into the house to look at the house is if the current owners would allow you into the property.

Until after the foreclosure sale, the current owners are still the owners.

Once the auction is complete the property then would become the highest bidders property or if there is no higher bidder then the bank would take the property as collateral or a Real Estate On Hand (REO) of the bank.

Even with the property changing hands at the auction, it would take several business days before the proper deeds to be signed and recorded at the county recorder’s office where the property is located, before the new owner would have legal ownership of the property.

It would be difficult to determine when the property would be assigned to a real estate agency for sale. Each mortgage lender have their own procedures as to when they would assign their REO property to a real estate firm.

You might consider going to the auction and making the opening bid. Keep in mind that the lowest bid would be balance of the mortgage loan as well as any and all foreclosure fees. This bid might be more than the value of the property.

You could find out the mortgage lender and address that own the property at the foreclosure bid from the auctioneer.

You could send a bid along with a check for a deposit. At times the mortgage lender might accept this type offer.

Failure of the mortgage lender to accept your mail in offer, you would be required to wait until the property is placed for sale through a local real estate firm, who will eventually place a for sale sign on the property.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.

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Diablo 3 – Real Money Auction House Press Interview

February 7th, 2013 25 comments

Jesse (a real life member of the press!…no seriously!) joins a group of die hard Diablo 3 news hounds to pester information out of Robert Bridenbecker, Vice President of Online Technologies at Blizzard.

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CoinOpTV – DIABLO 3 LAUNCH Best Class, Auction & Keybinding

January 31st, 2013 25 comments

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Robert Welkner at the DIABLO III launch in Irvine, California 2012 – interviews with some of the top Blizzard team members including Wyatt Cheng (Senior Tech) & Jason Bender (Senior Designer). Find out which classes are best for you, all about the auction system goodies and keybinding!

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Diablo III is a dark fantasy/horror-themed action role-playing game by Blizzard Entertainment, making it the third installment in the Diablo franchise. The game, which features elements of the hack and slash and dungeon crawl genres, was released in North America, Latin America and Europe on May 15, 2012, and is scheduled to be released in Russia on June 7, 2012. Before its release, the game broke several pre-sale records and became the most pre-ordered PC game of all time on Amazon.com.

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Brazilian student auctions virginity

January 24th, 2013 25 comments

A Brazilian student set off firestorm in her hometown by putting her virginity up for auction. For more CNN videos on YouTube, check out http://www.youtube.com/cnn or visit our site at http://www.cnn.com/video.

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whats the best online auction website to buy cellphones except Ebay?

January 22nd, 2013 2 comments

I am looking for auction websites for cellphones that are legitimate and it;s safe to make online payments on them. I don’t like Ebay anymore. Ebay is full of shoddy sellers now who ask for hell of money for centuries old phones.

You should use Auction Alfie as you can search all the main auction and classified sites – including ebay.

What’s the most effective way to win an auction on eBay w/out spending a lot of money?

January 21st, 2013 5 comments

I’m trying to win an auction for an Apple Video iPod and I was just wondering some techniques that anyone may have for me?

Any item on eBay that is very popular tends to demand high prices. So finding a video ipod for "cheap" is kinda hard to do. I would recommend a few things to reduce your cost.

1. Do an advanced search for the ipod but filter for "buy it now" only. Buy it Now’s are only available if there are no bids on the item or the reserve is not met. Sometimes you run into a seller who is looking to get rid of an item quick and puts a good price for buy it now. I have found some sweet deals on BIN’s.

2. Look for auctions closing on off hours (midnight to 6am) or on Thurs, Fri, or Sat. Historically eBay has less traffic on these days / hours. Less traffic generally produces lower auction prices.

3. Do searches for misspellings of the item title. "ipid" "ipof" "i pod" etc… The misspellings will have less views because they are hard to find. Less traffic generally produces lower auction prices.

Hope that helps!