Now defunct local engines are auctioning off remaining rally fighters

There is also an abundance of tools and other manufacturing equipment that will be auctioned off. We are talking about table saws, vacuum formers, hoists, welding equipment, metal brakes, vehicle lifting platforms, 3D printers and much more. Enough for a decent shop to get down to business and build their own bespoke vehicles – which was pretty much what was already happening here.

In fact, there are even some spare parts for vehicles. Air suspension kits, car radios, brake components, wheels, tires and other small items. There are even a number of LiDAR sensors that can serve as a component for an autonomous vehicle testbed.

And if you’re an EV lover, you’ll probably want to snag one of the super cool Clippercreek charging stations that are for sale. These are styled as classic petrol pumps and were custom built for Local Motors, complete with branding.

Local Motors may have walked the path of the dodo, but the impact it left on the auto community is definitely being felt far and wide. From video games to the big screen, his Rally Fighter has become an instantly recognizable vehicle. Now’s your chance to get your hands on some of the last bits of company history while you’re willing to put up the cash.

The bidding runs from March 15th to 17th and all 439 lots can be viewed online.

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