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Chevy Malibu drives off with $12,000 bid at Cryderman
By William Flood ALMONT, Mich. ó While online auctions were gaining traction before COVID hit, they were mainly employed by higher-end auction houses with sales that could attract far-reaching audiences. When lockdowns hit in 2020, even small auctioneers turned to online platforms like Proxibid and LiveAuctioneers just to stay open.
7/30/2021