Bar None Hosts Public Consignment Auction in California

Bar None Auction held a public consignment auction of heavy equipment, commercial trucks and industrial support items.

Mon July 13, 2015 - West Edition
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Adeed Kumar of Fiji was one of the many international buyers that turned out for the June 20 Bar None Auction in Riverside, Calif.  Here he inspects a Dynapac CA262.
Adeed Kumar of Fiji was one of the many international buyers that turned out for the June 20 Bar None Auction in Riverside, Calif. Here he inspects a Dynapac CA262.
Adeed Kumar of Fiji was one of the many international buyers that turned out for the June 20 Bar None Auction in Riverside, Calif.  Here he inspects a Dynapac CA262. James Peres, owner of Nicoya Contracting in Mexicali, Mexico, is interested in this Doosan loader. Gustavo Hernandez of GA Hernandez Trucking in Fontana, Calif., inspects a Volvo MC70C, one of many skid steers up for sale. Prieto’s Grading co-owners Eduard Prieto (L) and Santonio Prieto of Perris, Calif, bid on a Volvo BL60 backhoe. Inspecting this Cat D6T is Nahun Deras of California. Manuel Favares, owner of Favares Lanscaping in Palm Springs, Calif., had his choice of several Volvo skid steers. Mike Rama, Rama’s Grading in Glendale, Calif., plans to bid on this Volvo MCT135C skid steer. Orlando Camera, of Houston, Texas, and Belize hoped to be the successful bidder on this Volvo backhoe loader.

Bar None Auction held a public consignment auction of heavy equipment, commercial trucks and industrial support items at its Riverside, Calif., auction facility on June 20.

The auction company holds regular sales at its permanent facilities in Portland, Ore., and Sacramento and Riverside, Calif.




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