DUE TO COVID-19 OUR PICK UP AND PAYMENT POLICIES HAVE BEEN ALTERED PLEASE SEE PAYMENT AND REMOVAL SECTIONS
New bidders to the State of South Carolina Surplus Property Office must pay via cash, certified bank check or wire transfer unless you are an established customer, see payment instructions for more info.
THE STATE OF SC WILL EMAIL THE HIGH BIDDER WITH DETAILED PAYMENT AMOUNTS AND INSTRUCTIONS. THIS EMAIL WILL BE IN ADDITION TO THE BUYER'S CERTIFICATE FROM GOVDEALS. PLEASE WAIT ON OUR EMAIL INVOICE WITH CORRECT TOTALS BEFORE MAKING PAYMENT
You will be bidding on a 2008 Setra 417HDH BUS (Diesel). Agency reports item is in good running condition. Repairs may be needed. Parts may be missing. Inspection recommended. The overall condition of this property is unknown to the Surplus Property Office. This property is located at 290 Allied Drive, Conway SC, 29579
Contact Kevin Smith 843-349-2596 for more information,
*This item is for pickup only. Agency will not assist with loading.*
Notice to Bidder: The South Carolina Surplus Property Office is a state agency that sells used property for other government agencies across the State of South Carolina. We normally get little to no information on most items we sell and it is the bidders responsibility to inspect and determine the overall condition of the items they wish to purchase.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PICTURE(S) MAY BE A PART OF THE DESCRIPTION BUT CAN ONLY BE RELIED UPON AS A REASONABLE REPRESENTATION OF THE ITEM(S) LISTED. PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF PROPERTY IS ENCOURAGED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
PLEASE NOTE: A 7.5% ADMINISTRATIVE FEE WILL BE CHARGED TO THE WINNING BIDDER
THE ADMINISTRATION FEE WILL BE TAXED BECAUSE IT IS PART OF THE SELLING PRICE.
State of South Carolina Surplus Property will not collect sales tax on vehicles for the following states:
Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota.
Residents of all other states not listed above will be charged the maximum tax allowed by their state not to exceed 5% or $500.00.