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Sales Auction Company Holds Record High Revenue Event in Connecticut

This 1996 Peterbilt 379 day cab tractor sold for $139,000.
Jon Stevenson searches the ring for the highest bidder.
Tyler (L) and Rick Munter line up the next item to be put on the block.
Sam Sales, owner of Sales Auction Company, poses with Ernie, the company dog.
Auctioneer Bob Munter working the crowd at Sales’ auction on Oct. 6.
Bryan McClure takes the driver’s seat on one of the many pieces of iron up for grabs at Sales’ auction.
(L-R): CJ Natitus, Tom Modzelewski and Jack Damonte take a break from the action.
The well-attended auction drew 532 onsite bidders as well as 322 more online.
Denny Easton found a good spot to relax while he waited to bid on items he was interested in.
Excavators of many makes and models went on the block at the Sales auction.
Jake Charette tests out an item before deciding to bid.
Gene (L) and Steven Gullitti compare notes on prices at the sale.

Sales Auction Company held a public equipment auction on Oct. 6 in Windsor Locks, Conn. Bidders, 532 onsite and 322 online, vied for the chance to purchase a wide variety of large farm and construction equipment.

Sam Sales, owner of Sales Auction Company, said “We had a record amount of pieces in this sale, along with a record high amount of revenue that we sold.”