By 9 a.m. Wednesday morning there were cars, trucks, busses, mowers, trailers, sprayers, and a pallet of other items on the parking lot of the Owensboro Sportscenter with more items arriving every minute or so.

Was that a scoreboard I just saw going by? Yep.

Inside the Sportscenter the floor was full of computers, tools, chairs, chairs and more chairs. There was a canoe, clothing, a bottle of mouthwash, even the kitchen sink.

All this and more will be sold tomorrow at the City of Owensboro's Surplus Auction conducted by Kurtz Auction and Realty Company.

Jim Knott is an auctioneer with Kurtz and he said the items range from school busses that are no longer needed to police cars and other items the city needs to dispose of.

Some of the more abstract items are from the Owensboro Police Department. Item that are seized in raids and taken at evidence and have been cleared by a judge will be sold. DVD's, electronics and other unclaimed items are up for auction. They have over 120 bikes to be sold.

"You can find almost anything you can think of here tomorrow", said Knott.

The auction begins Thursday morning at 10 a.m. For a more complete listing of surplus items being sold go to the Kurtz Auction website.

Terms: Cash or check payable to City of Owensboro on day of sale. All items sell “as is, where is” with no warranties. Miscellaneous items will sell in the first hour. Major equipment, cars, trucks and vehicles will be auctioned starting at approximately 11:00 a.m.

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