Good Weather, Great Deals Greet Bidders at Alex Lyon & Son Auction

It's fun in the sun at the Kissimmee, Florida auction.

Wed September 04, 2013 - Southeast Edition
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(L-R): John Helton of Tractor World, Mandy Haynes, and J. W. Fulwood of Tractor World await the auction.
(L-R): John Helton of Tractor World, Mandy Haynes, and J. W. Fulwood of Tractor World await the auction.
(L-R): John Helton of Tractor World, Mandy Haynes, and J. W. Fulwood of Tractor World await the auction. Jim Teney of T&T Pipeline in Orlando, Fla., looks for equipment he needs. Ricardo Miata is interested in bringing one of these shooting booms to Costa Rica. John (L) and Jessie Cumberlegg of Superior look over the attachments for their landscaping business. Don Daniscewski of L J D Enterprises in Lombard, Ill., wants to find a deal on equipment. A representative from Mid Country Machinery in Iowa looks at the Cat 966H. Jack Lyon gets the auction up and running. A pair of I-R VR90C shooting booms went for $13,000 each.

A bright and sunny day greeted buyers at the Alex Lyon & Son auction held Aug. 14 in Kissimmee, Fla. A wide selection of equipment was available as several rental companies disposed of their excess equipment. Equipment manufacturers available included Cat, Komatsu, Kobelco, Volvo and Case among others. Attendees had the opportunity to bid on 10 rubber-tired loaders, four crawler tractors, seven tractor loader backhoes, three vibratory loaders and 10 skid steers along with many other pieces of equipment.




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