Bunch Brothers’s Annual Spring Auction Revisits Louisville

The annual auction featured a large variety of backhoes, dozers, excavators, and skid steers.

Thu May 21, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Glen Gish (L) of Wilson Equipment Company’s newest branch in Louisville, Ky., catches up with John Liter of Liter’s Quarry at the auction.
Glen Gish (L) of Wilson Equipment Company’s newest branch in Louisville, Ky., catches up with John Liter of Liter’s Quarry at the auction.
Glen Gish (L) of Wilson Equipment Company’s newest branch in Louisville, Ky., catches up with John Liter of Liter’s Quarry at the auction. (L-R): Rick Hohenbrink of Hohenbrink Excavating in Ohio talks equipment with Eric and Mel Evans of Boyd and Sons Machinery LLC, based in Washington, Ind. In town for the auction from Evansville, Ind., Don Claycomb of Interstate Enterprises tries out a Cat 963C crawler loader. Bunch Brothers’s Steven Bunch calls out the bids. Veteran’s Auto Sales’s Ty Schrenger (L) joins Danny Clark of Clark Heavy Equipment Sales to take in the auction activities. Crowds of auction attendees contend for the winning bids. John Gingerich of Blue Grass Roofing & Construction considers a bid on this Cat 312CL excavator.

Bunch Brothers’s Spring Auction was back at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky., on April 21. The previous year’s spring auction had moved across the street from the fairgrounds but found that, with the season’s unpredictable weather, the gravel lots at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center offered a much more reliable surface for both machines and bidders.

The annual auction, conducted for area contractors, equipment dealers and rental houses, featured a large variety of backhoes, dozers, excavators, skid steers, telehandlers, wheel loaders and various other equipment, as well as a large lineup of trucks.

The auction attracted a large and active group of onsite bidders from Kentucky and surrounding states along with a strong response from online bidders.




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