Alex Lyon & Son Hosts Auction in Racine, Wis.

A liquidation sale drew many bidders looking to bring home iron at the right price.

Thu April 25, 2013 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


(L-R): Brothers Eddie, Brad and Robby Lindstrom of Lindstrom Lawncare and Landscaping hope to take this Cat 272 skid steer home.
(L-R): Brothers Eddie, Brad and Robby Lindstrom of Lindstrom Lawncare and Landscaping hope to take this Cat 272 skid steer home.
(L-R): Brothers Eddie, Brad and Robby Lindstrom of Lindstrom Lawncare and Landscaping hope to take this Cat 272 skid steer home. Looking over the Cat compactors is Terry North, used equipment manager, Patten Cat. Bruce Batzer, Astech Asphalt Surface Technologies Corps, St. Cloud, Minn., in front of the Cat 924. Ken Funk, Funks Construction, takes a look at the Terex scrapers. Discussing what they like in these Cat wheel loaders are Nick Wylie (L), vice president J. Pettiecord, Des Moines, Iowa, and Mark Swedlund, Mid Country Machinery. Mark Gorecki, Gorecki Enterprises, checks the oil level on this Cat D5G. Jack Lyon, president, Alex Lyon & Son, calls for more bids on the Cat skid steers. Clare Searles of C.J. Searles Cranberry Co. looks over the bucket of this Cat IT 28G.

Alex Lyon & Son hosted an auction April 20 in Racine (Sturtevant), Wis.

The complete liquidation sale held at Hribar Corporation (construction division) featured items on the block such as hydraulic excavators, motor scrapers, skid steers, fork lifts, flatbed trailers and many more.

For more information, visit www.lyonauctionlive.com




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