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Alex Lyon & Son Holds Sale in Dallas

Thu October 07, 2010 - West Edition
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Jack Lyon gets the bid he wants.
Jack Lyon gets the bid he wants.
Jack Lyon gets the bid he wants. John Rasch and Melinda Smith of Wolverine Rentals in Ann Arbor, Mich., have finished checking out this Terex Amida portable light plant. Todd Summers of Summers Enterprises of Masonville, Iowa, came a long way to see this John Deere 700H LGP dozer. Glenn Singer of QuipCal Inc. in Quakerstown, Pa., is very interested in this John Deere 621B loader. Lanny Edwards, owner of Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas, thinks he can use this Clark crane to remove wrecked cars on the raceway. This Terex 760B is on the bidding list for independent brokers Kevin Wolfe (L) and Mike Coker of Jacksboro, Texas. Independent broker Jim Seymour of Claude, Texas, will be bidding on this Ford 555B loader/backhoe. Ricky Sparks of Sparks Construction in Marlow, Okla., is considering a bid to take this Cat CP-433B compactor home with him.

Alex Lyon & Son held a rental return and major job completion auction Sept. 28 in Dallas, Texas. More than 530 items were up for bid in the sale including construction and support equipment, aerial lifts, forklifts, truck tractors and equipment trailers.