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Bunch Bros. Holds Annual Fall Auction in Louisville

The auction featured a large assortment of hydraulic excavators, crawler dozers, wheel loaders, and skid steers.

Fri January 02, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Bunch Brothers’s Steven Bunch calls out another winning bid.
Bunch Brothers’s Steven Bunch calls out another winning bid.
Bunch Brothers’s Steven Bunch calls out another winning bid. Jody Bowling (L) of Bowling Lawn & Irrigation and Sandy Abrams of Abrams Landscaping, Nursery and Farm were on hand in search of equipment bargains. Kent Able (L) of Nortrax catches up with Randall Smith of Harold Smith & Sons. Jim Patton (L) of Jim Patton Construction gets an assist from  grandson Luca Patton in giving this CAT 953 crawler loader a thorough run through. Justin Howe (L) and Ryan Boarman of HDM Contracting try to stay warm while waiting for the attachments to come up for bid. Roy Adams (L) of Adams Farms and Donald Howard stopped by to take in the auction activities. R.E.P.’s Dustin Louden put up some pieces in the auction.

Bunch Bros. held its Annual Fall Auction on Dec. 9 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky.

The auction, conducted for area contractors, dealers and rental houses featured a large assortment of hydraulic excavators, crawler dozers, wheel loaders, and skid steers, along with a range of other equipment. The auction attracted strong bidding from auction attendees on site as well as significant online bidding.




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