Bar/Restaurant Banquet Auction - 4931 W 6th St, Lawrence, KS ( between Colossal Cookies & Six Mile Tavern)

March 05, 2015, 10AM

Nice Selection of late model, hard to find equipment – If you’re looking to expand or upgrade your operation, don’t miss this auction! Brief listing!

Auctioneers Note: Nice Selection of late model, hard to find equipment – If you’re looking to expand or upgrade your operation, don’t miss this auction! Brief listing!

Southern Pride Smoker, mdl XLR 1400, excellent condition only 4 yrs. new; Hoshizaki 1300lb ice machine; Kolpak 8’X12’ walkin freezer w/floor, very nice; (4) Blodgett & Vulcan convection ovens; Montague 6 burner range w/convec oven; Groen 40 qt steam jacketed kettle; Alto-Sham Cook-N-Hold; (2) Henny Penny cook & hold, mdl HC900M; Henny Penny Computron 1000 double fryer, mdl OFG-322; ADC 44 Conveyor dish machine; (5) Amana microwaves; (4) True & McCall 1 & 2 dr coolers/freezers; Glastender back bar/keg box; Lots of Perlick ice bins, hand/dump sinks; (6) LG 42” TV’s; (90+) slat back oak dining chairs ; (9) 4 & 6 person oak & upholstered booth openings; Over (15) 4, 6 & 8 top tables; Over 250 stack chairs; Over (20) 6’, 8’ & rnd banquet tables; (7) 5 pc. s/s patio dining sets; smallwares to include china, glassware, utensils & great selection of tin signs, memorabilia, collectibles & more. For complete catalog, click here.

Terms & Conditions: Cash or approved check the day of the auction. Visa, MC or Discover. 12% live buyer’s premium, 10% if paid by cash, All equipment is selling “as is, where is”. All equipment to be removed by March 7, unless noted.

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