Hunyady Auction Company Conducts Retirement Sale for Barbiche Brothers Construction in Flemington, N.J.

📅   Fri May 19, 2017 - Northeast Edition #10


Dump trucks, flatbeds, stake bodies, pickups and other trucks went on the auction block.
Dump trucks, flatbeds, stake bodies, pickups and other trucks went on the auction block.
Dump trucks, flatbeds, stake bodies, pickups and other trucks went on the auction block. Tim Dewey of Hunyady Auction Company takes bids on a 35-ton Trail King trailer. Bidders gather around to vie for some of the indoor items during the auction Karen Abbott, sales, Abbott Equipment Sales in Lebanon, Maine, tries out this Caterpillar 315B excavator during the auction. Sam Huffman, retired after 41 years with Cleveland Brothers, attended the auction to help a friend check out the equipment. Carl (L) and Eric Ankiewicz, owners of Ankiewicz Enterprises, travelled from Tamaqua, Pa., to attend the auction in Flemington, N.J. Dutch Reeser, vice president of DRC Inc., Fountainville, Pa., relaxes against a Mack truck waiting for the auction ring to make its way outside (L-R) are Ron Miniscalco, superintendent of Miniscalco Corp., Philadelphia, Pa.; Mike Hunyady, owner of Hunyady Auction Company; and Vincent Miniscalco, a third-generation family member who has just joined Miniscalco Corp (L-R): Mark, Brian and Wayne Barbiche are all smiles as their retirement auction takes place in their equipment lot. Congratulations to the Barbiche Brothers on their retirement Rich Califano, used sales and purchasing of Foley Inc., Piscataway, N.J., checks up on a few pieces that Foley sold to the Barbiche Brothers. Doug Schilke (L), owner of Schilke Construction, Hillsborough, N.J., with Rick England, sales representative of JESCO. Several Caterpillar backhoes were recently sold at Hunyady’s absolute auction in Flemington, N.J., for Barbiche Brothers Construction Inc.

Hunyady Auction Company held a complete liquidation sale May 3 for Barbiche Brothers Construction in Flemington, N.J.

After more than 45 years in business, Barbiche Brothers Construction, a commercial and residential site development, excavation and paving company, recently decided to retire and liquidate its equipment assets.

The auction, held at the Barbiche's facility in Flemington, featured a diverse selection of equipment, including wheel loaders, backhoes, excavators, dump trucks, pickup trucks, stake bodies, rollers, skid steers and much more.—CEG