Little more than a year after the roof was ripped to shreds, owners of the Pontiac Silverdome are now selling seats and other items from the historic venue.

According to Detroit's WDIV-TV, Triple Investment Group is auctioning some of the more than 80,000 seats, toilets and food service and maintenance equipment from the former home of the Detroit Lions, who moved to downtown Detroit in 2002.

A pre-sale for the seats, which range in price from $100-$465, has begun. Dates for other items have not been announced.

The online sale, operated by Plymouth-based RJM Auctioneers, runs from May 12 to 16, according to the report.

The stadium hosted numerous high-profile events, including Wrestlemania, a Papal mass and the first Super Bowl in a northern U.S. city.


The Silverdome opened in 1975 at a cost of $55 million, but the stadium sold at auction in 2009 for just $583,000.