Auction No. 3 in works for Proctor's DWI recliner This is the motorized chair that Dennis LeRoy Anderson of Proctor was operating when he hit a parked vehicle on Aug. 31, 2008. Anderson pleaded guilty to a DWI charge on Oct. 19. The Proctor Police Department is no longer in possession of its famous DWI chair. But its still not sold. The motorized recliner seized after a drunken driving accident failed to sell in two eBay auctions. In the first auction it was bid up to $40,000 but that auction was canceled over a La-Z-Boy trademark issue. On the second attempt it sold for $10,000, but the winning bidder backed out. Now the chair is in the hands of Oberfoell Auctioneers in Buhl. Oberfoell, which runs an online auction site called do-bid.com, plans to have it up for sale in the next week or two. Then its up to the bidders. If we do our marketing campaign right and we get 10 to 15 people bidding on a specific item, its going to go for what its worth, said sales manager Bart Kyte. And thats just fine by Proctor Police Chief Walker Wobig. Someones going to be a proud owner of this motorized chair here, hopefully within the week. ... And best wishes to them.