Even if you’re not able to attend our auctions in person, you still have access to everything running through our six-lane facility on sale days. At Fort Wayne Auto Truck Auction, LLC, our tech-savvy platform allows us to track inventory and simulcast our auctions online. For more information about registering for online bidding, call us at (260) 748-2000 today.

Online events are available only on the day of the sale. Check out our run lists to get a peek at what will be featured at our upcoming auctions.

Online Auto Auctions

AuctionPipeline provides the online platform for our Tuesday auto auctions, enabling dealers to bid from any location. Preregister via AuctionPipeline or AuctionTime and then activate your account with our online auction team. Please contact Liz Small for help with activation.

Public: Heavy-Truck Auctions

Equipmentfacts handles the online component of our every-other-Wednesday sale of medium- and heavy-duty trucks, which are open to the public. Bidders can register, log on, watch, and participate in the auction from the company’s website. We also equally rely on Auction Pipeline.

The Next Best Thing to Being Here

Our location in northeast Indiana is within 150 miles of 20 million people, making it a regular stop for buyers from several states. Still, we understand that sometimes you just can’t make the trip. Purchasing vehicles from an AWG simulcast sale is just like buying in person; bidders are required to follow all of the rules of the auction pertaining to purchase, payment, and shipping.

The only downside: Online buyers can’t stop by our award-winning café, The Grille.

World-Class Service

Since 1984, Fort Wayne Auto Truck Auction’s talented team has been committed to providing a world-class auction experience. We provide a full range of remarketing services designed to help sellers maximize their profits — including vehicle transportation from anywhere in the country — and our certified mechanics provide inspections and repairs so bidders can buy with confidence.

Call (260) 748-2000 today to learn more about us and our place in automotive history.