Don Smock Auction Company Throws 21st Annual Summer Sale Shindig

Great weather (and great bargains) in Pendleton kept the crowds happy.

Fri July 19, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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Jeff Vaughn (L) of Vaughn Demolition and Excavating joins Alex Hill of Hill Landscaping to check out this Bobcat skid steer.
Jeff Vaughn (L) of Vaughn Demolition and Excavating joins Alex Hill of Hill Landscaping to check out this Bobcat skid steer.
Jeff Vaughn (L) of Vaughn Demolition and Excavating joins Alex Hill of Hill Landscaping to check out this Bobcat skid steer. Cal Kaufman keeps the bidding moving at a rapid clip. Tyler Guthrie (L) and Michael Mann of Tyler Guthrie Construction came up from Louisville looking for an excavator. George Strubbe considers a bid on this excavator. (L-R): Joe Swindell of Swindell Farm Equipment talks over the backhoes with Doug and Evan Schildmier of Schildmier Farms. Brad (L, standing) and Jason Hendrickson catch up with Mike Oles of Oles Engineering Corp. and Steve Hendrickson at the auction. Paul Hopkins (L) of Paul Hopkins Construction joins MacAllister Machinery’s E.J. Fisher  to take in the auction activities.

Don Smock Auction Company recently held its 21st Annual Summer Auction at the company’s auction complex in Pendleton, Ind. The auction drew crowds from Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Illinois and attracted heavy online bidding as well.

Equipment up for bid included excess inventory from local and regional contractors and rental companies as well as machines from Brandeis Machinery, MacAllister Machinery, Midwest Rental Services, Deans Rent All, Triple S Tire. A good selection of excavators, loader backhoes and skid steer loaders along with a wide variety of other equipment attracted enthusiastic bidding.




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