Government auctions are notoriously tough to find and often quite shady, to the point where bidding for Greenland's interior ministry almost isn't worth it. Because property auctions held by our own government can also be a tough banana to peel, just hit up Cranky Ape instead
Just now relocating to convenient Lake Elmo from Cannon Falls, Ape's an online auction house peddling all things with a motor and shady past (from bank-repossessed cars, to ATVs hit with total loss insurance claims), with constantly incoming stock making for an outfit that's ever-changing, unlike those of their orange-jumpsuited former owners. Inventory's broken down into vehicular categories and posted with uber-detailed item profiles that include pics and standard vitals, plus extra, motorhead-y details like the Brembo vented disc brakes (with four-piston calipers!) on a '05 Ford GT, or that their '71 Plymouth Barracuda rocks a Hurst pistol-grip shifter and Hedman long tube headers, which, according to your college's career services, are only necessary on formal cover letters. If your garage is already full of '71 Plymouths, they've also got schloads of motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATVs, and watercrafts, from the vintage (a '78 Lund Pike fishing boat) to the contemporary, like an '09 Yamaha YZF-R6 crotch-rocket, and a snow-cruising '06 Arctic Cat Firecat, also a hilarious, PETA-enraging YouTube vid
For the man with some time and money to spend, a visit to the new warehouse will reveal about 75% more stock, meaning what's online is just the tip of the iceberg -- which coincidentally, is just one more reason that buying Greenland isn't worth it.