Item Information


Sale-Lot Number:
City, State:
Houston, TX
Current Bid:
500,000 USD (Reserve Not Met)
Close Time:
07/29 12:00 NOON CT (Closed)
Time Remaining:



United States Marshals Service

1993 Cessna Citation II, Aircraft Serial# 550-0725, Tail# N725CC, Square Foot: 2496, Color/s: White w/Blue, Grey, and Black Striping, Airframe Logs: Yes, Engine Logs: Yes, Prop Logs: N/A, Rotary Logs: N/A, Engine Information: Twin Pratt & Whitney JT15D LH SN PCE-71804 RH SN PCE-71806, Hours: LH 4927.7 Cycles 4247 RH 4897.7 Cycles 4211, Hours SMOH: Logs not fully complete no signs of an overhaul performed on the engines, Prop Information: N/A, Airframe Information: Hours TT 4927.7 Landings 4249, Damage History: Major repair to cabin door 6/16/1998. The repair was performed by Duncan Aviation, Interior: There are seven leather gray passenger seats (good condition) two pilot and co-pilot gray leather seats with faux fur (good condition), Lavatory toilet doubles for jump seat, gray carpet in good condition, two pull-out tables in cabin, galley with labeled liquor decanters and coffee station and cooler drawers, Exterior: Paint job in overall average shape (few minor paint chips and scratches), leak under left wing and right wing, left and right engine have oil markings underneath engine covers, Tires: Fair Condition, Props: N/A, Comments: Cockpit Phone, Two Fire Extinguishers, and First Aid Kit. Nav: Collins COM/NAV/ADF, Radios: Collins/COM/NAV/ATC, ADF: Collins ADF/VOR, Other: Glass panels on pilot (left) side (no make listed), Anti-ice/De-ice, Honeywell ALT, Sandel ST3400 TAWS/RMI, Eventide Argus 5000/CE Moving Map Display, Global, Electrical Make and Model Information: Air/Heat-Temp control/hot and cold, Head/Toilet- Toilet but no sink in lavatory, Note: The owning agency has partial logs for airframe and engines. The entries are sporadic and it appears that entries are missing. The logs will be made available during the view/inspection*****This item requires a bid deposit of $50,000. Bid deposits must be in the form of a cashiers check or money order and should be made out to G.S.A. 4QSCA, 77 Forsyth Street, Suite 100, Attn: Tonya Dillard, Atlanta, GA 30303. Prospective bidders must provide their GSAAuctions Login Name, Sale and Lot Number, Address, Telephone Number, and Email Address. Once bid deposit has been received, bid rights will be assigned*****All bid deposits will be returned within five business days from the closing date of the sale. All bidders must be registered via website*****All Bid deposits must be received by 12 Noon on July 28, 2014*****Credit cards will not be accepted for bid deposits***** 1531F841870002


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Special Inspection Information

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Please contact the custodian for inspection dates and times and for removal arrangements.

Property Location and inquiries/questions regarding property inspection and/or removal:

Million Air Houston
8501 Telephone Road
Houston, TX 77061

Contact: Jacqueline Perez
Phone: 202-307-5033

For inquiries/questions regarding payment, contact the following sales office:

ATLANTA , GA 30303

Phone: 404-331-0040
Fax: 404-331-7584

For inquiries/questions regarding contractual issues, contact the following sales contracting officer/property disposal specialist:

Phone: 404-331-0535

Auction Description and Bidding Rules

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Auction Properties

Current High Bid
500,000 USD (Reserve Not Met)
Reserve Price
Reserve Price Amount
Bid increment
1,000 USD
Inactivity period
Run length
Inactivity period for reduction of Bid Increment
Reduction of bid increment
Reduction of bid increment limit
1,000 USD
Start Time
07/14 12:00 NOON CT
Close Time
07/29 12:00 NOON CT

Closing Rules:

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