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Bunch Brothers Holds Fall Louisville Sale at Expo Center

Fri January 01, 2010 - Midwest Edition
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Jonathan (L) and Joe Booth of Booth Concrete and Redi-Mix said they liked the looks of this Bobcat mini-excavator.
Jonathan (L) and Joe Booth of Booth Concrete and Redi-Mix said they liked the looks of this Bobcat mini-excavator.
Jonathan (L) and Joe Booth of Booth Concrete and Redi-Mix said they liked the looks of this Bobcat mini-excavator. (L-R): Louis Wheeler of Wheeler’s Dozing discusses the equipment on hand with George and Mike Hunt of Hunt Construction. Steven Bunch calls out another winning bid. Trying to stay warm, Brad Kent of Bobcat Enterprises stopped by to catch up with area contractors. Matthew Everly of Everly Farms tries out a Deere 230LC excavator. Kent McCain came in from Indiana to check out this Cat 953C crawler loader. Crowds gather to bid on the equipment.

Bunch Brothers Auctioneers held its Fall Louisville Auction Dec. 10 at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. The auction attracted an enthusiastic crowd of bidders who braved the frigid temperatures blown in by heavy winds.

The equipment, from area contractors and local dealers brought in strong prices. Highlights included a John Deere 230LC hydraulic excavator that went for $32,500, a 2001 and a 2002 Cat 963C crawler loaders, both went for $21,500.

Additionally, a 2004 Bobcat 430ZHS mini hydraulic excavator sold for $19,500.




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