New York City officials have announced that the city will soon sell 535 cars and light trucks that were towed in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
The city collected around 3,300 vehicles after the storm, 2,765 of which were later claimed by their owners. The 535 vehicles in question are still living sad, stationary lives sans owners. Up until now, the Big Apple has spent more than $1 million housing the ownerless rides.
Being caught following the flood and storm, the 535 vehicles will be sold with salvage titles regardless of just how damaged or not damaged they may be. Sounds like a great place to catch a real bargain.