Saturday, 28 November 2020

US Embassy in Costa Rica Auction

1959440_10153660983603228_2716279345196453090_nQCOSTARICA – The U.S. Embassy San José is auctioning off vehicles, furniture and appliances among other items.

For a complete list of items and description visit. Inspection is Friday and Saturday (February 6 and 7) from 8:30am to 12 noon and 1:00pm to 4:30pm at the Rematico storage located in Morepark – one kilometre west of the Embassy, turn left at the car wash (across from the Iglesia María Reína) 250 Sur (2.5 blocks south, past the train tracks) to the right is, Bodega #4.
The vehicles can be inspected in the parking lot in front of the Embassy in Pavas.

The auction is held online on www.rematico.com.

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More information is available at info@rematico.com or 7006 2009.

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