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Bunch Brothers Holds Annual Spring Louisville Auction

Thu May 12, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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Terry Mays of Jackie’s Recycling Center tries out a Cat 926E wheel loader.
Terry Mays of Jackie’s Recycling Center tries out a Cat 926E wheel loader.
Terry Mays of Jackie’s Recycling Center tries out a Cat 926E wheel loader. (L-R): Richard Rich of Complete Transportation joins Chuck Brady and Chris Edelen of Mago Construction Company in searching out some bargains. (L-R): Kevin Lamar, Larry Trunnell and David Parker of Chapman Minerals stop in to see the equipment up for bid. Carl Marrillia of Allgeier Excavating checks out a Cat D3C dozer. Sheila and Lindsey Ford of SL Ford Farms, Greensburg, Ky., consider bidding on this Cat D4G XL dozer. (L-R): Whayne Supply Company’s Steve Weck catches up with Bunch Brothers’ Keith Stout and IronPlanet’s Trent Shaftner. Bunch Brothers’ Steven Bunch calls out another winning bid.

Bunch Brothers Auctioneers held its Annual Spring Louisville Auction April 19 at Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center. The auction was conducted for area contractors, dealers and rental houses.

Equipment up for bid included cranes, shredder/trommel screening plants, hydraulic excavators, crawler loaders, tractors and backhoes as well as a variety of trucks and trailers.

One of the highlights of the sale was a 2007 Screen Machine 621T shredder/trommel that brought in a winning bid of $140,000.