U.S. Marshals OCC Custom Motorcycle Online Auction (Apr 24-25)


Timed Auction

Online Bidding Only


April 24, 2019 at 12noon ET


April 25, 2019 at 12noon ET

Two Orange County Choppers Custom Bikes for Auction!  Located in Monroe, NJ


  • Create an Account: If you are a new bidder, please create an account
  • Register: Click on Register for the US Marshals OCC Motorcycle Auction.
  • Submit Government Issued Photo ID Before 5:00pm Day Prior To Auction Closing: Bidders must submit a Government-issued Photo ID (i.e. driver’s license, passport…) for each new sale as a prerequisite of auction participation.  Please send to service@cwsmarketing.com
  • Registration Approval: Once you have registered and submitted your photo ID, you will see on your registration,”REGISTRATION PENDING” until your account is approved (May take up to 24 hours).  Once approved, login and bid.

Email us at service@cwsmarketing.com or call 855-463-3183 Option 2.

Inspection will take place by APPOINTMENT ONLY.

Please call Michael Conroy at (212) 331-7112 to schedule your appointment for this asset located in Monroe, NJ.

Payment is due within 7 calendar days from the auction close by the following payment types.

  • Certified/Cashier’s Check
  • Wire Transfer
  • Money Order

The successful bidder has 24 hours following the close of the auction to sign a Sales Certification Form. Buyer will receive an email at the close of the auction with the Sales Certification Form to be signed. The successful bidder has 7 calendar days to complete the transaction by certified check, money order or wire transfer to CWS Marketing Group. If the successful bidder does not perform, the bidder will forfeit his/her/its deposit to the U.S. Marshals Service.

For assistance, please contact Customer Service at ddrvar@cwsams.com.

Property must be removed within 10 business days from the date and time of award e-mail notification. Vehicle can only be released Monday through Friday between the hours of 9AM and 4:30PM. There will be NO weekend release authorized.  If arrangements have not been made and the property remains after the 10 business day allowance, storage fees will be charged and must be collected prior to release. Any such transactions will occur solely between the purchaser and the storage vendor.

It’s the Buyer’s responsibility to understand & comply with the complete Terms & Conditions of the sale.

Sold by the U.S. Marshals Service, which reserves the right to refuse any bid for any reason. Bidders should conduct their own due diligence to determine value.

The assets offered for sale by the United States Marshals Service are either seized by and/or forfeited to the United States under federal forfeiture laws. All Buyers of these assets must understand that the United States, and/or its agencies, agents, officers, employees, and/or assigns (hereinafter referred to as “Seller”) has acquired the subject property through seizure and/or forfeiture, and has little or no direct knowledge concerning the provenance, nature, value, source, authenticity and/or any other aspect or characteristics of these assets.

THEREFORE, the Seller offers these assets for sale in “AS IS, WHERE IS” CONDITION AT THE TIME OF SALE OR CLOSING, INCLUDING ANY HIDDEN DEFECTS OF ANY NATURE, KNOWN OR UNKNOWN, with no representations, warranties or guarantees whatsoever, express or implied, regarding their nature, value, source, authenticity, fitness, merchantability, and/or any other aspect or characteristic of these assets. No statement anywhere, whether express or implied, shall be deemed a warranty or representation by the Seller regarding these assets. All sales are with the understanding that the buyer cannot rely on any other representation, warranty or guaranty made by anyone.

All buyers are deemed to have relied entirely on their own information, judgments and inspections of the assets in making the decision to purchase the asset. All sales are final and no refunds will be given.

In addition, all Buyers must agree to release and hold harmless the Seller from any and all demands, rights and causes of action, arising from, or to arise from, or by reason of, the Government’s seizure, forfeiture, ownership, possession, management, use, sale and/or transfer of these assets.

Pursuant to 19 U.S.C. Section 1609, individual States are required to issue a new vehicle Certificate of Title free of all liens and encumbrances once a judicial forfeiture order or administrative declaration of forfeiture is signed. The forfeiture process vests title of the vehicle to the United States, free and clear of any liens and encumbrances, and without requiring a lien holder to release their lien prior to auction. The buyer is able to obtain a clean Certificate of Title through the issuance of a U.S. Government Certification to Obtain Title Standard Form (SF-97).

Some merchandise in this sale has a reserve price. When the auction closes, each lot will display either SOLD or ENDED. SOLD indicates the reserve (if there is a reserve) was met, and a payment email will be sent to the high bidder. ENDED indicates all final bids did not meet the reserve. In this case, CWSAMS will ask the Seller if they will accept the high bid. If the Seller accepts the high bid, an email notice confirming the approval will be sent to the high bidder, along with payment instructions.

Find answers to common questions about bidding at an online auction.

Contact us at service@cwsmarketing.com with any technical questions about the online bidding process.

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CWSAMS has made every reasonable effort to facilitate online bidding. However, it is possible that technical problems and transmission issues may arise and affect the CWSAMS website, bidding system and/or computer or server or your computer, personal device or software which is beyond the control of CWSAMS. By bidding online Bidder acknowledges that CWSAMS is not responsible for technical problems or transmission issues associated with a bid and that, in the event technical problems interfere with or prevent a bid, it may be necessary to withdraw items from bidding due to technical errors or uncontrollable circumstances. Further, in the event of the occurrence of a technical problem during any bid in any auction, CWSAMS in its sole discretion reserves the right to declare an item sold, postpone or cancel the auction, extend the bidding time for this auction and/or re-list the property for auction at another date and time. The decision of CWSAMS on this matter shall be final. Bidder acknowledges that, by bidding in any auction held by CWSAMS, Bidder accepts the terms and conditions of this Disclaimer.

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