This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. The city’s former public works campus is being auctioned off to make way for Unity Park. (Photo: City of Greenville) For Unity Park to come, a bunch of stuff has got to go — and so now’s your chance to own a police car or just about anything else, even if it’s bolted down. The city’s former public works campus is being auctioned off to make way for Unity Park. (Photo: City of Greenville) The former campus of the city of Greenville’s public works department is being dismantled in preparation for demolition, which will ultimately clear the way for the $73 million signature park west of downtown. As of Tuesday afternoon, when the city conducted a walk-through of the facility for prospective bidders, police cars were going for less than $2,000 and flat-bed trucks less than $3,000. A vending machine stood at $215, with snacks apparently still left inside. One entire building was going for $6 (though you have to tear it down).  The city’s former public works campus is being auctioned off to make way for Unity Park. (Photo: City of...