Companies that offer used Army vehicles for sale include GovPlanet and Government Liquidation, as of March 2015. Online classified listings, including eBay and Craigslist, offer occasional additional sources.
GovPlanet and Government Liquidation are the official contractors for DLA Disposition Services, which handles surplus Army vehicles for the Department of Defense. Both companies offer vehicles for sale in online auctions that last between one and two days. Army vehicles are located at bases around the country, and buyers must arrange for pickup and transportation.
Government Liquidation allows pre-auction previews, while GovPlanet performs its own inspections and provides a full report of the vehicle condition. Each item on the GovPlanet and Government Liquidation websites features an extensive description for buyers who can't inspect the vehicles in person. Most listings include color photos and contact information for questions. Buyers must register for a bidding account before the auction starts.
GovPlanet and Government Liquidation carry a stock of newer vehicles. Because they receive a steady stream of decommissioned or surplus trucks from the DOD, the inventory changes frequently. Private sellers are a better option for buyers looking for older Army vehicles. Collectors also occasionally put their vehicles up for sale on Craigslist, eBay and local vehicle classified listings.