Bar None Auction Holds September Liquidation Sale at Phoenix Facility

Bidders had the opportunity to vie for government surplus, vehicles, construction equipment and commercial trucks and trailers.

Wed October 01, 2014 - West Edition
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Nicolos Abalos, owner of NA & Sons Welding in Apache Junction, Ariz., is looking to add this Volvo MC70 skid steer loader to his fleet.
Nicolos Abalos, owner of NA & Sons Welding in Apache Junction, Ariz., is looking to add this Volvo MC70 skid steer loader to his fleet.
Nicolos Abalos, owner of NA & Sons Welding in Apache Junction, Ariz., is looking to add this Volvo MC70 skid steer loader to his fleet. Gustavo Garcia Jr. (L) and his father, Gustavo Sr., owners of Nirva Construction, Guadalajra, Mexico, inspect this John Deere 310J backhoe loader. David Gillespie (L) and Abel Saenz, owners of A-Z Septic Pumping, Desert Hills, Ariz.,  enjoy the beautiful fall weather while taking a look at this JD 310J skid steer loader. Terry Guethe, owner of Bee Investors, a property development company in Tempe, Ariz., looks over this Volvo L90E wheel loader. Sean Mahany, operations manager of PacWest Rentals, Mesa, Ariz., likes what he sees in this Volvo 2K water truck.

On Sept. 25, Bar None Auction held a construction equipment liquidation sale at its Phoenix, Ariz., facility, which is located at 4025 W. Lower Buckeye Rd.

Bidders had the opportunity to vie for government surplus, vehicles, construction equipment and commercial trucks and trailers. Equipment lots included tractor loader backhoes, skid steers, wheel loaders, water trucks and excavators, just to name a few.

Bar None’s next auction is set for Oct. 11 in Sacramento, Calif. For more information, visit http://www.barnoneauction.com/




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