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Numerous Dell OptiPlex computers as well as tools, machinery and other items will be available for bid during the Central Texas College virtual property auction Jan. 31 to Feb. 9.

Central Texas College in Killeen will host a virtual public auction of surplus property Jan. 31 through Feb. 9. The online event will be conducted by Lone Star Auctioneers. Available items include computers, monitors, printers, office furniture, iPads, tables, chairs, desks, machinery, tools, electronics, file cabinets and more.

To participate in the auction, bidders must register online at the auctioneer’s website https://www.lso.cc/register. Items will be sold as is — no exchanges, no refunds, no exceptions.

Items will not be held or pre-sold. Bidders may view the items online at https://ctc4.me/CTCAuction during the time the auction is live. In-person viewing of auction items is also available by appointment by contacting the CTC Shipping and Receiving department at 254-526-1801. Appointments are available Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

At the close of the auction, winners can then pick up their items after paying the auctioneer online. The winners will then receive a payment receipt, which must be brought to the CTC warehouse to claim the items. All loading and transporting of purchased items are the responsibility of the purchaser and the deadline to pick up items is 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 17. Complete item pickup information will be listed on the auctioneer’s website during the event.

For more information about the auction, email surplus@ctcd.edu.

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