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Hunyady Auction Holds Liquidation Sale in Brimfield

Tue November 23, 2010 - Midwest Edition
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Mike Hunyady keeps the bidding up at a fast past.
Mike Hunyady keeps the bidding up at a fast past.
Mike Hunyady keeps the bidding up at a fast past. AGGCORP’s Rob Armbruster (L) catches up with Brett Shultz of Summit Trading Company. Mike Mazzagatti (L) of Holub Recycling and Glenn Butcher of Butcher & Son trade tips on successful bidding. (L-R): Dan Wheller Sr. and Dan Wheller Jr. of Strongsville Excavating flank Murphy Tractor & Equipment’s Tom Ruppelli to watch the auction activities. Dean Penix of Dean’s Construction stops by to see the equipment up for bid. Chris White (L) of North Excavating catches up with Tim Perrin of PK Crushing & Screening. Bob Stadvec (L) and Skip Stewart of Ohio CAT stopped by to catch up with clients. Walt Stroup (L) and Derald Crewes of Stroup and Sons were pleased to have had the winning bid on this 1998 John Deere Model 200LC excavator. The auction drew a sizable crowd of enthusiastic bidders.

Hunyady Auction Company held a complete liquidation auction for Rootstown Excavating Inc. Nov. 4 in Brimfield, Ohio. Rootstown Excavating’s owner, Frank Easterling, had decided to close the operations and retire. Up for bid were hydraulic excavators, crawler tractors, rubber-tired loaders, vibratory and soil compactors, articulated end dumps, motorgrader and motor scrapers, tractor loader backhoes and skid steer loader and other equipment used by the company.

The auction drew a sizable crowd from the Ohio area as well as many from surrounding states. Bidding was active, bringing $13,000 for a 2000 NPK E210A hydraulic hammer while a 2002 Caterpillar 320CL hydraulic excavator and a 2002 John Deere 330CLC hydraulic excavator both went for $55,000 each.