Bargain hunters head to Miami hoping to score a little more bang for their buck at a city auction.
Miami Civic Center was packed for the annual surplus auction. It's everything must go and folks had plenty of items from which to choose, including cell phones, electronic televisions and radios, cars and trucks and even clothing.
The items are sold as is and even if they aren't in 100 percent perfect condition, some buyers believe they can still get a decent deal for a broken or damaged item.
"I buy anything i think is worth the money if its good or bad and then sometimes we fix it, sometimes we sell it as bad because we also sell a lot of merchandise to salvage people that tear them apart to little pieces" says auctioneer Bearle Harris.
Money raised from today's auction will be incorporated into the city's budget for next year.