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$3.3M in Sales for Vaughan Auctions at Wills Point

Wed September 07, 2011 - West Edition
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Chris Neal of N&N Construction, Canton, Texas, might be putting this Volvo 290B LR excavator to use very soon.
Chris Neal of N&N Construction, Canton, Texas, might be putting this Volvo 290B LR excavator to use very soon.
Chris Neal of N&N Construction, Canton, Texas, might be putting this Volvo 290B LR excavator to use very soon. Cody Bass of Bass Construction, Edgewood, Texas, is getting ready to check out this Cat D5M XL dozer. Terry Jackson of MAC Construction Sales, Princeton, Texas, stops for a photo-op next to this Case 760 trencher. Alex Shaw of Cadeci International Corp., Wellington, Fla., has just finished giving this Cat 320 CL excavator the “once over.” Rick Turner of Garcia Oilfield Transportation, Pearland, Texas, is getting ready to get the specs on this Case 821B loader for hauling. Rex Coulter of Coulter Cattle Company, Tyler, Texas, is thinking of using this John Deere 320 skid steer in his feed lot. Currently under construction, the new Vaughan Auction sales facilities will include a large, approximately 9,240 sq. ft. building, complete with television screens for viewing items, and a smaller 6,000 sq. ft. building.

Vaughan Auction held a sale Aug. 4 at its facility in Wills Point, Texas. The auction featured items from manufacturers including Case, Volvo and John Deere.

Sales for the event were strong and totaled in excess of $3.3M. In addition to a competitive live bidding audience, the sale also attracted active internet buyers from the Middle East, Far East, China, Africa, Europe and across the United States.