Weekend Warrior Trailers Inc. will be auctioning off $2 million in vehicle inventory and equipment next week.
According to CMA Business Credit Services, the auction will take place Oct. 29-30 and Nov. 1 in Perris and Riverside, Calif. The company said that participants wishing to purchase auctioned items may bid onsite or online. Details are available at cmauctions.
Two complete manufacturing facilities will be auctioned off along with 50-plus brand-new coaches, fabrication machines, hand tools, replacement parts and other equipment.
The schedule is as follows:
Oct. 29: Manufacturing assets at Riverside location beginning at 10 a.m. (West Coast time)
Oct. 30: Manufacturing assets at Perris location beginning at 10 a.m.
Nov. 1: All trailers, coaches and trucks at Perris location beginning at noon
Weekend Warrior, which is credited with spearheading the RV industry’s toy hauler boom, permanently ceased operations in August after beginning to phase out production in June.
At the time, founder and President Mark Warmoth told RVBusiness that “it’s a voluntary deal, but Warrior is going all the way down. We are liquidating the company.”