Cat D6C Dozer Fetches $23K at Hunyady Sale in Souderton

Fri December 04, 2009 - Northeast Edition
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Caterpillar D5C and D6C dozers await the auction block.
Caterpillar D5C and D6C dozers await the auction block.
Caterpillar D5C and D6C dozers await the auction block. Providing excellent customer service during the auction (L-R) are Susan Hunyady, Denise Lund and Louise Billingsley. Auctioneer Tim Schwer (L) and ringman Tim Dewey catch bids on shop equipment and contractor tools. Golf cart and golf clubs at a heavy equipment auction? Jim Drylie of Doylestown, Pa., stopped by the sale to take in all the action. Norbert Hammeke (L) of Ransome CAT, Bensalem, Pa., and Ray Bowlin of Ray Bowlin & Son Excavating Inc., Pennsburg, Pa., meet up for a little conversation at the auction. Hunyady Auction Co. conducted a complete liquidation by Absolute Auction for Scholl Brothers Excavating Inc. Scholl had been in business for 50 years. The auction was held at Scholl’s Souderton, Pa., facility. Martin Norton (L), United Rental, Quakertown, Pa., and Pat McCusker, Edelyn & Boyer, Colmar, Pa., get ready to track prices.

Hunyady Auction Company held an auction Nov. 18 in Souderton, Pa.

The sale, a complete liquidation of Scholl Brothers Excavating, which recently decided to close after 50 years in business, featured a host of dozers, rubber-tired loaders, vibratory compactors and more.

Sale highlights included a 1997 Caterpillar D5C LGP Series III dozer, which went for $13,000; a 1995 Caterpillar D5C Series III dozer, sold for $18,000; and a Caterpillar D6C dozer that fetched $23,000.