Hopes Run High for $20M Phenix City Development

High Bidder Turnout Marks WCA Auction

Mon December 31, 2012 - West Edition
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Mark Delay (L) and Mike Delay, both of One Shot Construction, get ready to bid on iron.
Mark Delay (L) and Mike Delay, both of One Shot Construction, get ready to bid on iron.
Mark Delay (L) and Mike Delay, both of One Shot Construction, get ready to bid on iron. Ron Guillams (L) and Jay Morkley, both of DTS, are all smiles as they wait for the bidding to get under way. (L-R): With bidder numbers in hand, Gustavo Urtiz Mandujano Sr. and Gustavo Urtiz Mandujano Jr., both of Sinaloa Tractors, and Tony Shearer of Sturgeon Services, Bakersfield, Calif., are poised to add to their equipment fleets. Bill Hunt (L) and Dennis Durlink, both of Tropical Connection, are among the many bidders who attended the Dec. 6 sale. (L-R): Glenn Voyles, Glenn Voyles Construction; Chris Smith, Pacific States Transportation; and Andrew Terry, Terry Equipment, catch up on industry news prior to the auction. Excavators and mini-excavators are lined up and waiting for new owners. A good selection of backhoes were available at the Dec. 6 WCA auction in Perris, Calif. This Volvo A30 artic haul truck was among the big items found at the WCA auction. Bidders looking to add Kobelco excavators to their fleet came to the right place at WCA’s sale in Perris, Calif.

WCA received a great turnout at its Dec. 6 auction in Perris, Calif. 518 bidders registered live and online, representing 17 states and 9 countries around the world.

More than 1,000 separate lots were sold, totaling nearly $3 million worth of heavy equipment, cars, trucks, tools and attachments. WCA is looking forward to some new venues and more growth in 2013, according to the company. For more information, visit www.wca-online.com