A car auction is always an exciting event. Even if you are not there to bid, watching the auction process is good entertainment as it is always surprising what auto sells for a high price and what does not. Automotive fans will love to see all the different cars that roll by on auction. Here are three car auctions held in West Virginia.
Mountain State Auto Auctions is located along Interstate 79 between Fairmont and Clarksburg, WV, less than 2 hours south of Pittsburgh, PA. Mountain State Auto Auctions is one of the largest and best known car auctions in West Virginia. The auction is dealer only and participants must be registered to bid on the automotive vehicles at auction. Mountain State Auto Auctions’ website at mtstateaa.com provides information on registering, rules for the auctions, and upcoming events and auctions. Mountain State Auto Auctions generally are run on Mondays and Wednesdays. For those unable to attend the auction, Mountain State Auto Auctions provides a live auction simulcast of the proceedings to allow dealers to bid from the comfort of their home or office on the automotive of their choice. Mountain State Auto Auctions is located off of Interstate 79 at Exit 125.
The Ripley Auto Auctions is located along Interstate 77 between Parkersburg and Charleston, WV. The Ripley Auto Auction is held generally on Tuesdays and every other Saturday. Ripley Auto Auctions is open to both dealers and the general public to bid on the cars on auction. Ripley Auto Auctions is a great location as it is in close proximity to hotels, restaurants, service stations, and retail stores. Its location also provides ample parking and quick and easy access to Interstate 77 to get your automotive purchase home. The Ripley Auto Auction is located in Ripley, WV, just off of exit 138. More information can be found on their website at ripleyautoauction.com.
The Capital City Auto Auction is held just outside of the West Virginia capitol of Charleston. Located in St. Albans, WV, Capital City Auto Auction is a dealer only auction. Registration information and more is available on their website at capitalcityaa.com. Capital City Auto Auction also provides the ability to bid online on the automotive of your choice through a live broadcast of the auction. Winfield, WV, and the surrounding area offers numerous hotels, restaurants, automotive repair and service, and other entertainment (including nearby slots and greyhound racing). Auctions are usually held later in the week, primarily on Friday, however their website offers a calendar of upcoming auctions. Capital City Auto Auction is located off of Exit 144 from Interstate 64. Follow the exit to the light, turn right and go two miles to the auction on your left.
There are many more automotive auctions held throughout the state of West Virginia. Find one near you and go bid on a great deal.