Auctioneers are taking to the streets of Dublin this weekend to bid on the auto parts that will transform their clients lives.
More than 1,000 auctions will be taking place in the capital this weekend with the auctioneers taking to their feet to auction off vehicles and vehicles parts.
This year, the auctions will take place in two main venues: the Old Irish Bank and the Caravan Square in Dublin’s north inner city.
The auction is being organised by the car-buying service Caravan.
It said the site was chosen because it is near to the city centre, where people can walk and take public transport.
There will be a number of auctions on Saturday night and Sunday morning with many of the items being used in cars.
Auctioneer Peter MacQuarrie said that the prices for the vehicles and parts were based on their original condition, including their original factory and warranty periods.
Mr MacQuartrie said the prices range from around €1,000 for a fully working engine to €6,000 if it has been modified to be used as a powertrain.
“They are all very attractive and I have a lot of them,” he said.
“I would go for a complete engine from a Porsche 911 Turbo to a Mercedes S550 with an engine kit, for example.”
Some are brand new and some are not.
If you have a good history, you will probably get the cheapest prices.
“He said that cars often had problems with their brakes and tyres and if you were looking for parts, you would be better off looking at parts that were a few years older, he said.”
You can have a few good years, and then you may have a big problem.
“The auction sites are located across the city, with the main ones in the centre of Dublin.
Mr Quartrie added that if you wanted to have an idea of the prices, you could go to the Caravans garage and look through the parts catalog.”
You can find them on the website.
You can also go to any garage in Dublin or Dublin suburb.
You’ll be able to get a look at what they have to offer,” he added.
Mr McQuartry said that it was very important that the car owners had a good warranty.”
The most important thing is that they have their car insured, and that they get the best service and quality parts.
That is what we are trying to do here,” he explained.
The cars, engines and parts can be purchased for €100 or €150 depending on the type of vehicle.