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Doug Herbert Performance Parts Downsizing Auction

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Doug Herbert Performance Parts Downsizing Auction

Online Auction Offers Outstanding Values in Shop Tooling and Performance Parts

NHRA Top Fuel Champion Doug Herbert has decided to downsize his performance parts business in order to place more emphasis on his non-profit B.R.A.K.E.S. Foundation Teen Pro-Active Driving Program.  Since its beginning in 2008, the B.R.A.K.E.S. Foundation has trained over 11,000 teenage drivers from 28 states and several other countries and has grown to a level where it requires more of Doug’s personal attention.

Iron Horse Auction Company will conduct an online Auction of Doug Herbert Performance Parts Equipment, Tools and Inventory from July 30 through August 6, 2014.

Iron Horse Auction Company will be selling a “like new” engine dynamometer, shop tooling, shop fixtures, warehouse equipment and performance racing parts.

Be assured, Doug Herbert will continue supplying automotive enthusiasts with performance parts, but through a more streamlined and lean business model taking advantage of available technologies to ultimately meet the needs of his customers, thus providing him more time to spend with the B.R.A.K.E.S. Foundation.

 

When:                           July 30, 8:00 AM Eastern to August 6, 2 PM Eastern

 

Where:                          Doug Herbert Performance Parts

                                    4030 Concord Parkway South

                                    Concord, NC  28092

 

How:                             Online Auction Only

 

Conducted By:              Iron Horse Auction Company

                                    174 Airport Road

                                    Rockingham, NC  28379

                                    (910) 997-2248

                                    www.ironhorseauction.com

 

Inspections:                  July 22nd – 23rd from 10 am – 4 pm

                                    July 24th from 10 am – 2 pm

           

 

For a detailed description of auction items, go to:  http://ironhorseauction.com/index.php?ap=1&pid=38542

   

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