Cincinnati IAA

Address:

Cincinnati IAA

10100 Windisch Road
West Chester, OH 45069
Phone: 513-779-0075
Fax: 513-779-4267

Website

Since their founding in 1982, they have been one of the leaders in the salvage auto auction industry and worked to ensure the best value to Buyers and returns to Sellers.

There are over 3.5 million vehicles deemed total-losses each year in the United States. Since 1997, this number has grown significantly, mostly due to vehicle manufacturing changes and improvements including air bags.

Working in partnership with a variety of Sellers including insurance companies, dealerships, rental car companies, and fleet lease companies, IAA works to facilitate the efficient sale of total-loss vehicles. With their extensive network of auction facilities, and their hybrid auction model, vehicles are sold fast and for some of the best possible prices.

Dayton IAA

Address:

Dayton IAA

400 Cherokee Drive
Dayton, OH 45417
Phone: 937-268-6666
Fax: 937-268-0852

Website

Since their founding in 1982, they have been one of the leaders in the salvage auto auction industry and worked to ensure the best value to Buyers and returns to Sellers.

There are over 3.5 million vehicles deemed total-losses each year in the United States. Since 1997, this number has grown significantly, mostly due to vehicle manufacturing changes and improvements including air bags.

Working in partnership with a variety of Sellers including insurance companies, dealerships, rental car companies, and fleet lease companies, IAA works to facilitate the efficient sale of total-loss vehicles. With their extensive network of auction facilities, and their hybrid auction model, vehicles are sold fast and for some of the best possible prices.

Columbus IAA

Address:

Columbus IAA

1601 Thrailkill Road
Grove City, OH 43123
Phone: 614-875-7484
Fax: 614-875-7277

Website

Since their founding in 1982, they have been one of the leaders in the salvage auto auction industry and worked to ensure the best value to Buyers and returns to Sellers.

There are over 3.5 million vehicles deemed total-losses each year in the United States. Since 1997, this number has grown significantly, mostly due to vehicle manufacturing changes and improvements including air bags.

Working in partnership with a variety of Sellers including insurance companies, dealerships, rental car companies, and fleet lease companies, IAA works to facilitate the efficient sale of total-loss vehicles. With their extensive network of auction facilities, and their hybrid auction model, vehicles are sold fast and for some of the best possible prices.

Lima IAA

Address:

Lima IAA

2580 St. Johns Road
Lima, OH 45804
Phone: 419-224-2914
Fax: 937-268-0852

Website

Since their founding in 1982, they have been one of the leaders in the salvage auto auction industry and worked to ensure the best value to Buyers and returns to Sellers.

There are over 3.5 million vehicles deemed total-losses each year in the United States. Since 1997, this number has grown significantly, mostly due to vehicle manufacturing changes and improvements including air bags.

Working in partnership with a variety of Sellers including insurance companies, dealerships, rental car companies, and fleet lease companies, IAA works to facilitate the efficient sale of total-loss vehicles. With their extensive network of auction facilities, and their hybrid auction model, vehicles are sold fast and for some of the best possible prices.

Cleveland IAA

Address:

Cleveland IAA

7437 Deer Trail Lane
Lorain, OH 44053
Phone: 877-917-6877
Fax: 440-960-1093

Website

Since their founding in 1982, they have been one of the leaders in the salvage auto auction industry and worked to ensure the best value to Buyers and returns to Sellers.

There are over 3.5 million vehicles deemed total-losses each year in the United States. Since 1997, this number has grown significantly, mostly due to vehicle manufacturing changes and improvements including air bags.

Working in partnership with a variety of Sellers including insurance companies, dealerships, rental car companies, and fleet lease companies, IAA works to facilitate the efficient sale of total-loss vehicles. With their extensive network of auction facilities, and their hybrid auction model, vehicles are sold fast and for some of the best possible prices.

Akron-Canton

Address:

Akron-Canton

2932 State Route 259 SE
New Philadelphia, OH 44663
Phone: 330-339-1995
Fax: 330-339-5773

Website

Since their founding in 1982, they have been one of the leaders in the salvage auto auction industry and worked to ensure the best value to Buyers and returns to Sellers.

There are over 3.5 million vehicles deemed total-losses each year in the United States. Since 1997, this number has grown significantly, mostly due to vehicle manufacturing changes and improvements including air bags.

Working in partnership with a variety of Sellers including insurance companies, dealerships, rental car companies, and fleet lease companies, IAA works to facilitate the efficient sale of total-loss vehicles. With their extensive network of auction facilities, and their hybrid auction model, vehicles are sold fast and for some of the best possible prices.

Cincinnati-South

Address:

Cincinnati-South

1736 Lindale Mt Holly Rd
Amelia, OH 45102
Phone: 888-543-4288
Fax: 513-797-7035

Website

Since their founding in 1982, they have been one of the leaders in the salvage auto auction industry and worked to ensure the best value to Buyers and returns to Sellers.

There are over 3.5 million vehicles deemed total-losses each year in the United States. Since 1997, this number has grown significantly, mostly due to vehicle manufacturing changes and improvements including air bags.

Working in partnership with a variety of Sellers including insurance companies, dealerships, rental car companies, and fleet lease companies, IAA works to facilitate the efficient sale of total-loss vehicles. With their extensive network of auction facilities, and their hybrid auction model, vehicles are sold fast and for some of the best possible prices.

Central Ohio Recovery, Inc.

Address:

 Central Ohio Recovery, Inc.
5375 Navarre Rd SW
Canton, OH 44706
Phone: 330-477-5171

Website
Central Ohio Auto Auction, Bidder Rules.pdf

Akron Auto Auction

Address:

Akron Auto Auction
2471 Ley Dr

Akron, OH 44319

Phone: 800.773.0033

About

As one of the true pioneers of the auction industry, Akron Auto Auction was founded at the close of World War II, in 1945, by Reily Jerrel, Gordon Phillips and Roy Gray. The original auction was opened as an expanded gas station on East Avenue in Akron, where it operated successfully until 1966, when it was moved to a pair of spacious Quonset Huts on West Waterloo Road and sold to Glenn Fisher. Fisher operated Akron Auto Auction until 1973, and then sold the auction to five partners — Jerry Hall, Gene Campbell, Don Bailey, Gary Linsted, and Bill Janes. The partners already owned two other Ohio Auctions — the Canfield Auto Auction and Cuyahoga Auto Auction, but consolidated their efforts and combined expertise in Akron Auto Auction

The auction soon outgrew the Waterloo location and a six-acre site was bought on Ley Drive in Akron for a new three-lane facility, which opened in April 1979. At the same time, Jerry Hall sold his interest and became a fundraiser for Cincinnati Bible College and Seminary. Business kept booming and two additional lanes were added in 1984. At that time, Bill James sold his interest in the business and Jeff Bailey, then general manager, joined the partnership.

Further acquisitions of nearby property and buildings continued the business’s expansion. In 1993, another addition was built, more than doubling the size of the oringinal auction. In 1994, Don Bailey retired from presidency of Akron Auto Auction and was succeeded by Jeff Bailey. Gene Campbell is vice-president and Gary Linsted serves as secretary/treasurer.

That brought us to 1999 where Jeff’s nephew, Chad M. Bailey, came on board in a part-time fashion upon returning to Ohio from Florida where he obtained his MBA.  What started out as just helping out here and there has turned into a love affair which has landed him the role of General Manager.  A few years after Chad’s arrival, another one of Jeff’s nephew’s Brandon Bailey, came on board and has ascended to the role of Director of Administration.

Today, Akron Auto Auction runs six lanes with four separate buildings on about 30 acres. The auction operates a 125-seat cafeteria, a registration tunnel, one central office with several smaller office buildings, a reconditioning shop and repossession office and garage. The auction also operates an internal Floor Plan with well over 130 dealers on board, which is run by Rick Wakefield who has had over 35 years in the banking industry.  Each Tuesday, a 1200-car dealer consignment goes under the gavel at Akron Auto Auction, as well as a bank repossession sale of 100 vehicles weekly  which is run by Randy Linsted who came on board in 2004 to manage the Fleet-Lease accounts as well as the Reposession Sale.  Randy is the son of Gary Linsted who helped found the auction some 30+ years ago!

Employment has grown from 27 employees in 1973 to over 200 in 2005. Currently, the auction has four owners–Jeff Bailey, Chad Bailey, James Fisher and Richard Wakefield.  The employee-friendly Akron Auto Auction likes to think of itself as a “family”, and in fact, two employees were actually married at the auction. During one anniversary sale, a pony was given away as a prize, and the dealer that won it promptly rode it about the lot.  With the third generation of family running the business, it is safe to say that the Akron Auto Auction really treats their customers as though they were family!

OKI auto auctions

Address:

OKI auto auctions
120 Citycentre Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45216

Phone: (513) 679-7910

About

OKI Auto Auction is located in Cincinnati, Ohio just off of interstate 75 at exit #9. They are Cincinnati’s only locally owned auto auction. They serve a large portion of the Midwest including Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. They run 2 dealer auctions each week and 2 repossession auctions each month. On an average week, They will run 500+ units that are consigned by over 50 area new car dealers, lenders, and charitable organizations. OKI Auto Auction is neither the owner nor the seller of the vehicles.

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