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Alex Lyon & Son Holds Crane Reduction Auction in Fort Worth

Wed May 15, 2013 - West Edition
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Del Nevius, North Texas Crane, Lewisville, Texas, is confident his equipment will bring good prices as he poses with one of his Link-Belt 8690 truck cranes.
Del Nevius, North Texas Crane, Lewisville, Texas, is confident his equipment will bring good prices as he poses with one of his Link-Belt 8690 truck cranes.
Del Nevius, North Texas Crane, Lewisville, Texas, is confident his equipment will bring good prices as he poses with one of his Link-Belt 8690 truck cranes. Hector Garcia, Techno Crane in Buenos Aires, Argentina, came a long way to see this Cat D6K LGP. Jack in his box is in the process of writing down another successful item. Brett Clark of Tractor Ranch in Wills Point, Texas, has taken a liking to this JLG 450 AJ highlift. Kevin Keeter of One Source Equipment in Throckmorton, Texas, is thinking about bidding on this JLG 400 S highlift. Kevin Bolich, Arrow Lift Corporation in Dallas, Texas, wanted his photo op with this Liebherr truck crane. Scott Sim of Hawthorne Crane Sales in San Diego, Calif., is going to bid on this Link-Belt HTC 8690 truck crane. Robert Browning (L) and Brent Hurd of Hurd Oilfield Service in Jacksboro, Texas, have just finished checking out this DEMAG AC155 truck crane.

Alex Lyon & Son held a sale May 7 in Ft. Worth, Texas.

The auction featured late model cranes, boom trucks, aerial lifts, forklifts, late model Cat construction equipment, late model truck tractors and vacuum transport trailers. Much of the equipment was provided by North Texas Crane, which recently decided to reduce the size of its fleet.

For more information, visit www.lyonauctionlive.com