Tulsa typically brings in well over $400,000 at these events. Just the mobile command center sold for $20,000.
Bidders lined up to preview items as early as 7:30 a.m. Saturday.
Patricia Cummings of Tulsa Purchasing Services said people were waiting at the gate before the facility opened.
"There's a lot of excitement here," she said. "We have 2,400 lots of items to sell today."
She said the auction was be "controlled chaos" and a lot of fun. They took Visa, MasterCard - and cash.