Beazley Sale in Howe, Texas, Draws Bidders From 26 States

The auction, held 50 mi. (80.5 km) north of Dallas, at Howe, Texas, attracted bidders from five countries and 26 U.S. states.

📅   Fri September 04, 2015 - West Edition
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Richard Gibby, Gibby Construction, Achille, Okla., may take this D6H back over the Red River with him.
Richard Gibby, Gibby Construction, Achille, Okla., may take this D6H back over the Red River with him.
Richard Gibby, Gibby Construction, Achille, Okla., may take this D6H back over the Red River with him. Hernan Rivera and his son, Hector, of Rivera Truck & Parts, Waxahachie, Texas, are very interested in this Ingersoll Rand roller. John Jones of Kinsman Ventures, Plano, Texas, thinks he will make an investment in this Case 580 backhoe. Dub Hall (L), retired, from Howe, Texas, and Corky Underwood of RECS, Prosper, Texas, take a photo op with this Cat D5 dozer. Doug Owen, Dirt Catt Excavation, Flower Mound, Texas, thinks this Cat D8N will be just right for his upcoming project. Chandler Magann, NextExit Logistics, Desoto, Texas, has been taking some measurements so he can haul this Cat D6 dozer. John Beazley of Beazley Auction, takes bids on another machine during the sale. Corky Underwood of RECS, Prosper, Texas, poses next to this 1990 Kenworth oilfield winch truck he just bought at the auction.

Beazley Auctioneers Aug. 14 auction included a realignment for a local excavating company, equipment from two estates, and a retirement dispersal. The auction, held 50 mi. (80.5 km) north of Dallas, at Howe, Texas, attracted bidders from five countries and 26 U.S. states. Buyers from as far away as Saudi Arabia and coast to coast within the continental United States participated.