Tulsa, Oklahoma has a number of excellent free car auctions that are open to the public. These auctions are a great place place to find amazing deals on used cars. Some of these auctions not only have used cars, but classic cars as well. However, there are some dealer-only auctions as well, which means that it is important to know exactly where to look. There are several auction houses that hold public auctions on a regular basis and are known for having great deals on quality used cars.
1. Copart USA
Copart USA sells more than 1 million vehicles every year using their patented two-stage internet sales technology known as VB2. Copart is know for selling cars from a variety of sources including: finance companies, dealers, fleets, rental car companies, insurance companies, and even rental car companies. They have been around since 1982 and has even been known to the Forbes 200 Best Small Companies list 9 years in a row. Fortunately, people in the Tulsa area, Copart USA has a facility there which they can pick their winning cars up from. Copart rarely, if ever, holds live auctions at their physical location, however they always have cars available online that are located at the facility.
Here is a look at some of the cars that Copart USA has recently sold from their Tulsa facility. 2008 Chrysler Sebring with 60,000 miles with a starting bid of $60, 2007 Cadillac Escalde with 47,000 miles and a starting bid of $7000, and a 2003 Jaguar S-Type with a starting bid of $25.
2. America’s Auto Auction
America’s Auto Auction is another great place to find quality used cars at cheap auction prices. Their public auctions are held every Saturday at 10:00 am with more than 400+ cars on average. They are known as the largest new car trade sale in Tulsa and specialize in selling new car dealer-trade ins as well as lease/bank vehicles. They are well-known around the Tulsa area and have been in business since the 1960’s.
Some of the recent cars that have sold at the public auction include: a 2005 Pontiac Bonneville with 80,000 miles, a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser with 60,000 miles, and a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica with 150,000 miles.
3. Leake Car Auction
If you are looking for a public collectible car auction, then Leake Car Auctions are exactly what you want. While this auction house travels all around the country, they always make an extended 3 day stop in Tulsa at the Tulsa Exposition Center. The doors open at 9:00 am every day and will feature more than 800 Collector Cars in 2 rings. At the Leake Car Auction, you never know what you are going to find, but you do know that it will be amazing.
There are a number of free public car auctions in the Tulsa, OK area, as long as you know where to look. You have a wide variety of choices available to you ranging from cheap auction cars to classics and collectibles Some are entirely held online, while others are live and in person. All you need to do is choose the auction house that fits your style and go enjoy yourself.