I think they were dreaming about getting $1 million for the motorhome. Used, luxury RVs are a dime a dozen right now. With the state of the economy and the price of diesel, they just really aren't selling. If the bid was anywhere close to $1 million, they should have taken the offer.
Ultimately it'll end up costing the city and the Marshall's office more $$....just sell the thing, so that at least some of the money is recouped versus waiting on the bid and then deducting all the expenses since it was seized. Wonder if that means the horses will have minimum bids on them too?