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Frey & Sons Hosts Excess Fleet, Retirement Sale

Mon October 24, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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Skip Stewart (L) and Chad Schultz of Ohio Cat stop by to take in the auction activities.
Skip Stewart (L) and Chad Schultz of Ohio Cat stop by to take in the auction activities.
Skip Stewart (L) and Chad Schultz of Ohio Cat stop by to take in the auction activities. Frank Mazzagatti of Holub Recycling tries out this Kobelco SK160LC excavator. Frey & Sons President and lead auctioneer, Robert Frey, calls out another winning bid. Bill (L) and Glen Snyder of Newton Asphalt have their eyes on a lowboy trailer that is up for bid. The father and son auction host team of Vito Spano Jr. and Sr. are pleased with the turn out at the sale.

Frey & Sons Auctioneers held an auction Aug. 3 in Akron, Ohio, at the Spano Brothers Construction yard.

Spano Brothers is downsizing and looked to sell off excess equipment from its fleet. The sale also featured equipment from Ray Chester & Sons, whose owner is retiring.

Highlights of the auction included a 2002 Cat 430D backhoe that sold for $29,000, a 2005 Cat 330LC excavator that went for a winning bid of $105,000, and a 2001 Kobelco SK160LC excavator that went for $27,000.