Here Are Some Of The Crazy Luxury Items For Sale At IRS Auctions

Rolls Royce Silver Cloud

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We hope you filed your taxes this year. If not, some of your most prized possessions could end up being sold off to the highest bidder, courtesy of the Department of the Treasury.The International Revenue Service conducts about 300 public auctions every year, selling off seized treasures like classic cars, electronics, and even aeroplanes.

Here are some of the most bizarre items up for sale in March and April. 

In the market for a boat with a microwave? Check out the IRS auction in Gravois Mills, Mo.

This 'like-new' 1995 Baja 38 Special is a 35-foot powerboat with red/white colour scheme, and plenty of amenities, including a CD changer, cook top and microwave (in the forward area), GPS, and a TV.

Auction start: March 12, 2013

Minimum bid: $31,200

Average price: $66,000 and up

Poker fans in Sacramento can bid on championship jewelry from the World Series.

A World Series of Poker championship necklace and 2007 championship bracelet and are among a number of expensive pieces of jewelry being auctioned off by the IRS in Sacramento, Calif.

Auction start: April 4, 2013

Minimum bid: $6,389.40

This almost-brand new aeroplane is going for just $30,000.

A 1976 Beechcraft 58TC-Baron with a multi-engine piston turbo engine and less than 6,500 flight hours is being auctioned off in Harrison, Ark.

Auction start: March 27, 2013

Minimum bid: $30,000

Original price: $170,750

You can get this classic Rolls Royce for just over $8,000.

An IRS auction in Redlands, Calif., will be taking bids on this 1963 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II, which has approximately 43,875 miles on it. The listing notes some aftermarket accessories as well, including an air conditioner and a CD player.

Auction start: March 20, 2013

Minimum bid: $8,460

Original price: ~$74,000 (adjusted for inflation)

If you ever wanted to start a restaurant in St. Croix, now's your chance ...

This restaurant is up for auction in the town of Christiansted in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Stove tops, pots and pans, refrigerators, fryers, and a grill are all included.

Auction start: March 13, 2013

Minimum bid: $7,857

The owners of this Las Vegas mini-mansion apparently fell on hard times.

The IRS is selling off this 5,517 square-foot home, which has 5 bedrooms, and 5.5 bathrooms.

Auction start: March 19, 2013

Minimum bid: $222,000

Appraisal: $1,067,339

There are a ton of weird coins for sale, if you're into that...

The IRS is also auctioning off lots of obscure silver coins, including an 1896 silver dollar, a 2000 silver liberty $10 coin, and a $1 Susan B. Anthony coin from 1979.

Auction start: April 4, 2013

Minimum bid: None

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