Meekins Holds Auction for Locklear Boring Inc.
Mickey Meekins welcomes attendees to the Locklear Boring Inc. auction and goes over the details prior to the start of the sale.
Trey Meekins finds the next bidder for the Kubota backhoe.
Mark Butcher, Gaines & Company, Raleigh, N.C., came to buy the shoring equipment.
Charles Davis (L) and Todd Snyder, CCS Equipment, Youngsville, N.C., the Link-Belt excavator dealer of eastern North Carolina look over a few of the machines up for sale.
Steve Sanders, Sanders Utility, Charlotte, N.C., was interested in the auger and boring products.
Keith Davenport, Davenport Inc., Plymouth, N.C., needed a few excavators for spring work and thought the Kubota excavators would suit his needs.
Bryan Waddell (L), B M Waddell Equipment, Mt. Airy, N.C., and Rick Sowers, Sowers Construction, Mt. Airy, N.C., were both interested in the excavators.
Troy Webb (L), Borco Inc., Greenville, N.C., was interested in the Richmond & American horizontal boring equipment, he needed them for a project he just won. James Ambrose, Locklear Boring, answered a few of his questions.
Jamie Snyder, Strickland Logging, Oak Hill, Ohio, came to bid on the John Deere 450 LGP dozers.
Jackie and Jennifer Atkinson, J&J Truck Sales, Chattam, Va., were interested in the trucks, dozers and excavators up for sale.
(L-R): Gary Christenson, Grandpa’s Equipment LLC, Raleigh, N.C.; Wayne Smith and Ronald Hewett, Wayne’s Backhoe Service, Calabash, N.C., were all interested in the excavators.
Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Co. held an absolute auction featuring equipment from Locklear Boring Inc. on Jan. 31 in Creedmoor, N.C.