Everything must go from the shuttered Gypsy Sally’s concert venue, from a vintage VW bus to an ATM machine

Gypsy Sally’s, the Georgetown concert venue and bar, closed earlier this month, its home destined to be redeveloped as condos.

Here’s how you grab a piece of it.

Everything must go from Gypsy Sally’s in a complete liquidation conducted by Rasmus Auctions. Bidding is open now and closes Jan. 27. You can scroll through the gallery above for just a taste, or visit Rasmus to register.

And it is truly everything, from a drum set, stage lighting and the entire back bar to a vintage 1975 Volkswagen bus — it has no engine, but there is a transmission — an ATM machine, an American flag and a host of artwork heavy on Grateful Dead items.

As of Sunday evening, the bid on the VW was a dime. The top bid for any one item, again, as of 9 p.m. Sunday, was 90 cents for a KitchenAid mixer.

There’s a complete loudspeaker management system, loudspeakers, multiple turntables, a professional audio mixer, guitar stands, guitar clamps and musician stools. There’s a baker’s cabinet covered…

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