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Alex Lyon & Son Holds Sale at Atlantic City Racetrack

Sun January 01, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Gene Cosklo (L) and his father of 315 Reality Corp. of Wilkes Barre, Pa., are prepared to test out a Komatsu PC120 hydraulic excavator.
Gene Cosklo (L) and his father of 315 Reality Corp. of Wilkes Barre, Pa., are prepared to test out a Komatsu PC120 hydraulic excavator.
Gene Cosklo (L) and his father of 315 Reality Corp. of Wilkes Barre, Pa., are prepared to test out a Komatsu PC120 hydraulic excavator. Georgy (L) and Chuckie Starr came to the auction with their father Charles Starr Jr. (not pictured). The Starrs run Starr General Contracting, Franklinville, N.J. Jose Nogueiras (standing), president of Newark Equipment Sales Corp., Newark, N.J., checks his spec sheet for a Caterpillar 938H wheel loader while another potential bidder sits in the cab. Norman Smith, Smith Asphalt, Berlin Township, N.J., inspects a Hyster roller. Robert Larriu, a commercial analyst from Puerto Rico, evaluates a Caterpillar 420E backhoe loader. John Bodin (L), ABC Transport of Seaview, N.J., and Ted Gendron, president of AST Construction in Egg Harbor, N.J., pose  in front of a Manitowoc GMK4115 crane. There was a wide selection of heavy equipment at the Alex Lyon auction on Dec. 15 at the Atlantic City Racetrack. Jack “In the Box” Lyon took his usual place in the “Lyons Den.” An eager bidder arrived early to the auction to test out numerous aerial lifts.

Late model Cat, John Deere and Komatsu construction equipment were among the items on the block at the Alex Lyon & Son Atlantic City auction. Held at the Atlantic City Racetrack on Dec. 15, items available included cranes, haul trucks, rollers, skids steers and forklifts, in addition to an array of support equipment.