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Annual Fall Auction a Success for Bunch Brothers

Wed December 21, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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Allen Steckler (L) of Steckler Trenching and Mike Rohleder of Rohleder Excavating are in from Indiana to see the equipment up for bid.
Allen Steckler (L) of Steckler Trenching and Mike Rohleder of Rohleder Excavating are in from Indiana to see the equipment up for bid.
Allen Steckler (L) of Steckler Trenching and Mike Rohleder of Rohleder Excavating are in from Indiana to see the equipment up for bid. Steve Crenshaw (L) of Crenshaw and Sons joins Brandeis Machinery’s Used Equipment Manager Ron Weir to watch the bidding. (L-R): Greg Ackerman and Chuck Brady of MAGO Construction talk equipment with Rick Hill of HillBrooke Designscapes. Gerald Chambers of Gerald Chambers & Sons tries out a Pettibone telehandler. Bunch Brothers’ Steven Bunch calls out another winning bid. Denny Humphrey (L) of Cherokee Construction catches up with Glen Gish of Bale Equipment Solutions. Nick Goffinet of Goffinet Homes considers a bid on this Case excavator.

Bunch Brothers held its Annual Fall Auction Dec. 6 at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. The auction, conducted for area contractors, dealers and rental houses has become a popular event for equipment buyers, primarily from Kentucky and Indiana, who come to bid on equipment and visit with friends.

Equipment up for bid included cranes, hydraulic excavators, crawler loaders, crawler tractors, wheel loaders and skid steers. Bidding was strong with a Cat 420E backhoe loader bringing in $38,000 and a Cat IT 28G tool carrier drawing a winning bid of $56,000.