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Sale and Disposal of Abandoned Vehicles and Impounded Goods

Knox City Council has determined the following vehicles as being abandoned within its boundaries and have since been towed and are now being disposed of in accordance with Knox City Council’s General Provisions Local Laws 2010 and the Local Government Act 1989.

Knox City Council’s General Provisions Local Laws 2010 states that Council may impound any item that encroaches or obstructs the free use of a public place and any item where breaches of a permit or non-compliance with a notice to comply has been detected. The impounded items listed below are now being disposed of in accordance with Knox City Council’s General Provisions Local Laws 2010 and the Local Government Act 1989.


Council is requesting offers from interested parties to purchase and remove these vehicles and impounded goods:

Lot items for tender

  • LOT 1 – 2008 Ford Falcon sedan White
  • LOT 2 – 1999 Ford Cougar sedan Green
  • LOT 3 – 1992 Daihatsu Applause sedan Green
  • LOT 4 – 2002 Volvo XE70 Wagon Blue
  • LOT 5 – 1995 Ford Fairmont wagon White
  • LOT 6 - 2002 Ford Forte sedan Maroon
  • LOT 7 – 1994 Holden Commodore sedan White
  • LOT 8 – 1996 Toyota Camry sedan White
LOT 1 - 2008 Ford Falcon sedan WhiteLOT 2 - 1999 Ford Cougar sedan GreenLOT 3 - 1992 Daihatsu Applause sedan GreenLOT 4 - 2002 Volvo XE70 Wagon BlueLOT 5 - 1995 Ford Fairmont wagon WhiteLOT 6 - 2002 Ford Forte sedan MaroonLOT 7 - 1994 Holden Commodore sedan WhiteLOT 8 - 1996 Toyota Camry sedan White


The vehicles are sold as is, unregistered, without keys unless specified, in variable condition and are determined as unroadworthy for the sake of removal. All vehicles are PPSR clear and have no security/financial interest against them.

All bids are final and binding on the purchaser, do not bid if you don't intend to purchase.

How to submit a tender online

Tenders are currently being accepted until 9:00am Tuesday 10 March 2020.

Acceptance of tender amounts is at the discretion of Council. Offers must contain the relevant Lot number, full name, address and contact phone number and tender offer. Incomplete offers will be deemed to be invalid.

At conclusion of the offer period Council will notify the successful bidders. If there is more than one party with an equal maximum bid, they will be notified by Council and allowed an opportunity to resubmit a further bid for that item.

Successful tenders will be granted a period of 48 hours once notified to finalise payment and collect the Lot Number from the impound yard at their expense.

Submit your offer online

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