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M1161 ITV-LSV 4x4s in Georgia Auction

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Joe shared a link to multiple M-1161’s at auction in Georgia. Anyone have experience with these?

https://www.govplanet.com/jsp/s/search.ips?c=4626

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11 Comments on “M1161 ITV-LSV 4x4s in Georgia Auction

  1. Bob in nc

    It’s says 35 sold and 9 to sell.
    Can anyone figure out how much they got for the first 35?

    I would like to have one of these if price is right.

  2. R-10B

    THIS IS NOT A ” JEEP ” — JEEP IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK — EXCEPT FOR THE JEEPS THEY MADE AFTER 1971 — THOSE ARE NOT JEEPS EITHER — AMERICAN MOTORS MADE PLASTIC PIECES OF @#$%^& — THEN CHRYSLER BOUGHT JEEP ( CHINESE OWNED ) — OH WELL ,,,

  3. Joe

    35 vehicles have been sold to-date with the lowest selling price of $23,100, and the highest selling price of $47,700. Most were sold in the $20k to $30k range. Some vehicles are obviously NOS, one having only 4 miles on the odometer. All vehicles have low mileage and are 2009 – 2012 models.
    The on-line auction is held on Wednesdays with only 5 vehicles sold each day. You can follow the action simply by logging in with your name & email address…. it’s free to register. You can then also track the sold prices for each vehicle after you register. The number of bids placed is averaging about 155 per vehicle. Bidding starts at $5000. On a positive note, prices seem to be coming down when compared to the start of auction proceedings. The total number of vehicles to be sold in unknown.

  4. MAJOR RICHARD BONG

    TOP THIS — I TOURED INSIDE A V-22 OSPREY AT A HELICOPTER SHOW — I THINK MY CJ-6 WOULD FIT IN THERE ? — I ALSO NOTICED THAT THE V-22 ENGINES WERE LEAKING SOME KIND OF FLUID — I ASKED THE MARINE CORP CAPTAIN WHO WAS FLYING IT ABOUT THE LEAKS — HE SAID IT WAS NORMAL — OK ? — 50 MILLION BUCKS AND LEAKY ENGINES ??

  5. Joe

    No….. Joe doesn’t know but just likes to follow changes in technology & development that started in WWII with Willys vehicles through the 151 series, then the civilian growlers and now these ITV’s. By the way, Govplanet.com has changed the auction dates to a variable schedule rather than “Wednesdays Only” as before. Visit their website to keep up-to-date…..

  6. Dave from Mn

    I wonder what the government paid for these. And why they thought they needed them since they obviously didn’t get used with such low mileage.

  7. Joe

    According to the Wikipedia website:
    Unit cost $209,000 USD
    Produced 2009–present

  8. Bob in nc

    Joe does know.
    Thanks Joe. Worth 30 grand each for sure. I was thinking I’d go about 10, would like to have one but can not afford 30 for another toy.

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