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Cat Auction Services Hosts Sale in Frigid Twin Cities

Wed December 21, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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Standing next to this Cat 365 BL excavator is Larry Beach of Larry Beach Construction, North Branch, Minn., who mostly works on new home construction.
Standing next to this Cat 365 BL excavator is Larry Beach of Larry Beach Construction, North Branch, Minn., who mostly works on new home construction.
Standing next to this Cat 365 BL excavator is Larry Beach of Larry Beach Construction, North Branch, Minn., who mostly works on new home construction. Looking to bid on a dozer like this Cat D5K and an excavator is Glen Citrowske of GTI Geo Thermal, Cambridge, Minn. Tony Frattalone, president of Frattalone Companies, St. Paul, Minn., checks out the equipment up for auction. All the way from the great white north, otherwise known as Duluth, Minn., is Gary Juten of Cedar Drive Excavating checking out this Cat 950F. Joe Maciej (L) of Maciej Construction, Swannville, Minn., and John Maciej of Hard Rock Screening, Little Falls, Minn., are looking for a little bit of everything, a truck, a loader and maybe even this Cat 345CL. Ziegler Cat Used Equipment Manager Charlie Baer of Shakopee, Minn., looks over the new CT660 truck. Tony Frattalone, president of Frattalone Companies, St. Paul, Minn., checks out the equipment up for auction. There were plenty of Caterpillar dozers ready to find a new owner on auction day.

Cat Auction Services held a sale Dec. 6 in Columbus, Minn. Highlights of the event included a pair of 2006 Cat D6RLGP tractors that sold for an auction high $137,500 and $132,000, and a 2005 Komatsu PC400LC-7L hydraulic excavator that went for a winning bid of $86,000.