Alex Lyon & Son Auction Features Variety of Equipment

A hot summer day in Orlando didn’t deter attendees of the Alex Lyon & Son auction in Orlando, Fla.

Mon August 29, 2016 - Southeast Edition #18
Construction Equipment Guide


Jeff Holton (L) and Brian Crossland hope to find a dozer.
Jeff Holton (L) and Brian Crossland hope to find a dozer.
Jeff Holton (L) and Brian Crossland hope to find a dozer. Mark Yarbrough, president of Intrac Corporation, shops the selection of equipment at the Alex Lyon & Son sale. Joe Yanes needs several attachments for his equipment. This Komatsu GD675 may be going to Phillipston, Mass., with Roger McHugh, owner of Brookside Equipment. Antonio Ortiz (L) and Mike Reynolds, both of Ring Power, check out a few of the Cat machines at the auction. Jack Lyon keeps the auction running smoothly despite the heat. A wide selection of personnel lifts were available at the sale. The auction featured a wide variety of equipment.

A hot summer day in Orlando didn't deter attendees of the Alex Lyon & Son auction in Orlando, Fla., on Aug. 17. The auction featured a wide variety of equipment, including excavators, motorgraders, crawler tractors, loaders and many more. Manufacturers represented at the sale included Case, Cat, Kobelco, New Holland, Komatsu and more.


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