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Alex Lyon & Son Holds October Auction in Orlando

Fri October 29, 2010 - Southeast Edition
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Mookish Cosine, Cosine Enterprises Limited, a general contractor from Trinidad, came to the auction looking to take some excavators home.
Mookish Cosine, Cosine Enterprises Limited, a general contractor from Trinidad, came to the auction looking to take some excavators home.
Mookish Cosine, Cosine Enterprises Limited, a general contractor from Trinidad, came to the auction looking to take some excavators home. This 2005 Case CX330 is going to Venezuela and was bought for $57,500. John Helton (L) and J. W. Fulwood came to buy and sell equipment. Eric Keck, Keck Equipment, is hoping to take this Komatsu PC450 LC home to Virginia. This Cat 320C got a full look from Nick Montano, A. Montano of Saugerties, N.Y. This Ingersoll Rand SD100D may be going to Venezuela if Carlos Regojo can settle on a  price. Chris Camac (L) and Dillon Hamilton of Conquip Inc. are hoping to take this Bobcat 322 back home to Wilmington, N.C. This John Deere 450H may be going to Mississippi.  Eddie Flower, Flower Equipment, came down from Greenwood hoping to take a few pieces back with him. Jack Lyon keeps the bidding going.

Warm, sunny weather and a good selection of late model equipment helped bring out a good crowd of active bidders Oct. 26 at Alex Lyon & Son’s October sale in Orlando, Fla.