Don Smock Company Holds 22nd Annual Spring Auction

The auction featured a large variety of equipment from a number of local and regional contractors, banks and lending institutions.

Fri April 25, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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Roger Ford calls out a winning bid.
Roger Ford calls out a winning bid.
Roger Ford calls out a winning bid. Ben Wheatley (L) of Wheatley Excavating and Mike Freeman of Freeman Excavating ventured into the yard for a closer look at this Cat 563E compactor. Steve Goodrick (L) of Anderson Stone Co. and Rob Mollina of the Operating Engineers Local 103 put this John Deere 544K wheel loader through its paces. Josh Masten (L) and Andy Bollinger of Bollinger Contractors came in from Bluffton, Ind., in search of some bargains. Phil Rasnake (L) of Woodshams Equipment, based in Wayland, Mich., talks with Nic Smock. (L-R): Don Smock’s Larry Tess catches up with Rob Keesling of Keeslings Heavy Hauling and Butch Stambaugh of Stambaugh & Sons.

Don Smock Auction Company held its 22nd Annual Spring Auction at the DSA Complex, located at its headquarters in Pendleton, Ind., on March 28.

Contractors, landscape professionals and farmers from Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Illinois attended the auction, which attracted heavy online bidding as well. The auction featured a large variety of equipment from Gradex Inc., Ribbe Trucking, S&H Trucking, Midwest Asphalt, Wordwise S Corp., Clugh Trucking, Interstate Machinery and other local and regional contractors, banks and lending institutions.




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