Pittsburgh International Airport will auction cars that owners have left in the parking lot. Each of the cars has stood untouched for more than two years, so there is no hope for the return of the rightful owners.
Among the cars on display, none is outright junk that you do not mind throwing away. The oldest exhibit is a 1999 Nissan Maxima. And the most shabby is the 2007 Pontiac G6: it has rotten side skirts, partially peeled paint, a broken taillight and other little things.
But the most interesting is the 2015 MINI Countryman Cooper S. The car is only six years old, and taking into account at least two years of stay in the parking lot, it was operated for a maximum of four years. The crossover is in excellent visual condition.
Other lots include Toyota Sienna 2005, BMW 530i 2002, GMC Terrain 2013, GMC Acadia 2009, Nissan Titan 2008 and Chevrolet Trailblazer 2005.
New owners will have to face some difficulties. First, they simply won’t have keys. Secondly, all process fluids will have to be replaced at once, because the cars stood motionless for a couple of years. But ultimately, the price will decide.
The Joe R. Pyle auction is scheduled for October 23rd in Pittsburgh. Anyone can take part. In addition to cars, the decommissioned equipment of the airport itself will be presented, as well as the items of passengers found, for which no one came either.