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Caterpillar Items Draw Big Bids at Ritchie Bros. Sale

Fri January 20, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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Rochester Asphalt President Royal Johnson (L) and Concrete Specialist Kyle Burns bought a couple of lowboy trailers, a chipper and a roller and are thinking of adding this Cat 160M grader before they call it a day.
Rochester Asphalt President Royal Johnson (L) and Concrete Specialist Kyle Burns bought a couple of lowboy trailers, a chipper and a roller and are thinking of adding this Cat 160M grader before they call it a day.
Rochester Asphalt President Royal Johnson (L) and Concrete Specialist Kyle Burns bought a couple of lowboy trailers, a chipper and a roller and are thinking of adding this Cat 160M grader before they call it a day. Hadler Dozing & Excavating President Jesse Hadler came all the way from Lake City, Minn., to take a look at the Cat 287B track loader. A very brave Paul Kottschade goes hatless in the Minnesota cold while looking over the excavators and lowboys, like this Landoll Haul All. This John Deere 892ELC excavator caught the attention of Arrowhead Services’ Blast and Paint Foreman Daniel Fuerte, who believes machines last longer and look better when they have been repainted properly. Bidders register onsite at convenient terminals.

Ritchie Bros. held an auction Dec. 2 in Medford, Minn. The marquee item of the sale was a 2010 Caterpillar 345DL hydraulic excavator that sold for an auction high $300,000.

Other highlights included a 2008 Caterpillar 160M VHP Plus motorgrader that sold for $195,000 and a 2006 Kawasaki 115ZV wheel loader that brought in a winning bid of $127,500.

For more information, please visit www.rbauction.com.