Buses run by a firm stripped of its right to operate routes in North Wales have now been put on sale on eBay.
Express Motors has put up its fleet of 28 vehicles on the online auction site.
The move came just days after its operations in Gwynedd and Anglesey ceased under orders from the Traffic Commissioner.
The firm had its licence to operate revoked by the Traffic Commissioner for Wales. The decision, taken last August, was deferred to allow time for a new company, Express Motors (Caernarfon) Ltd, to be set up with new management to avoid interrupting services.
However a public inquiry for the licence application will not be heard until January 17, and operations ended on New Year's Eve.
The buses include 25 midi-buses bought by the company between 2009 and 2016. They can carry up to 35 people. No prices are listed for these vehicles.
Also available are two double deckers including one with a partial open-top which was used on the popular Snowdon Sherpa service between Llanberis and Pen y Pass in the summer.
Another bus is a more modest £3,500.
Express Motors operated many tendered services for Gwynedd council and its other operations include services on the Welsh Government’s TrawsCymru long-distance network. These have now been let to other operators.
If a licence is granted the new company could then register to operate bus services in competition with other companies.
On Tuesday, seven men appeared at Caernarfon crown court to deny conspiring to commit fraud in connection with Express Motors. They are set to face a jury trial in September, that is expected to last up to six weeks.