WAGGA City Council has opened its impound car yard for buyers looking to pick up a cheap deal on a second-hand car.
There are 31 vehicles up for sale, from small cars to station wagons and utes of all makes and models.
The council's environment and city compliance manager, Mark Gardiner, said potential buyers have the next two weeks to put in an offer they cannot refuse.
"All people need to do is make an offer on the vehicle they are interested in. If they have the highest offer at the end of the expression of interest period, then the car is theirs," he said. "It just comes down to what the buyer wants to pay."
The expression of interest period is already open and buyers have until April 24 at 5pm to submit their price.
Mr Gardiner said the council came to collect the cars after they were found abandoned on the roadside.
He said the cars are unregistered, have clear titles and come with a bill of sale certificate.
However, Mr Gardiner said the cars do not come with keys and successful bidders will need to arrange transport for the vehicle.
He encouraged those potential buyers who are looking to register their vehicle to organise a mechanical check prior to the sale.
"If you think you might be interested in one of the cars, check it out on our website, and then head down to the lot at one of the viewing times to see the car first hand," he said.
There will be a viewing tomorrow at 2 Glenfield Road near the animal shelter from 3pm to 4pm.
Mr Gardiner said the unsold vehicles will be donated to TAFE NSW Wagga for students to practice their panel beating and spray painting skills.
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