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Alex Lyon & Son Holds Auction at Atlantic City Racetrack

Fri December 30, 2011 - Northeast Edition
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Backhoes were lined up as far as the eye could see at Alex Lyon’s Atlantic City auction.
Backhoes were lined up as far as the eye could see at Alex Lyon’s Atlantic City auction.
Backhoes were lined up as far as the eye could see at Alex Lyon’s Atlantic City auction. There were excavators in various sizes and colors for the attendees to choose from. The crowds gathered around the “Lyons Den” during the auction. The “Jack” in the Box was hopping with activity. Stu Harris (L), Alex Lyon & Son and Mike Devino, Devino Trucks and Parts, Newark, N.J., looked over the auction listings. Mat Tortu (L) and Bill Hargrove (R) accompanied Hargrove’s grandson, Andrew, at the auction. Chainsaw wood carvings also were up for bid.

The crowds gathered at the Atlantic City Racetrack in Atlantic City, N.J., on Dec. 17 at Alex Lyon’s rental return auction. On the block were truck tractors, a large group of walking floor trailers and complete lines of construction and support equipment from several rental fleets.

In addition to the Komatsu, Terex, Cat, Case, Volvo and Bobcat pieces of equipment, attendees also got to see chainsaw wood carvings in the shapes of bears, totem poles and even a dog.