Hunyady Holds Liquidation Auction for John Mack Paving

Sat May 29, 2010 - Northeast Edition
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Retiring after 57 years!
Retiring after 57 years!
Retiring after 57 years! Paving contractors could choose from a variety of asphalt rollers, including a Stone 1.25-ton (1.1 t) tandem roller and an Ingersoll Rand 74-in. (188 cm) tandem roller. Jim Smith of H.E. Smith Contracting, Malvern, Pa., looks over a Fiat Allis wheel loader. If you need to know anything about asphalt products, you’ll want to ask these experts. Mike Corsino (L) and David Fackler (R), both of Asphalt Care Equipment, Bensalem, Pa., and Steve Dixon of Dixon Sealer & Supply, Scranton, Pa. (L-R): Joe Villa, used equipment manager, Ransome CAT, Bensalem, Pa., meets up with Jack and Bob Grady of Grady & Son Excavation LLC, Warrington, Pa.

Hunyady Auction Company held an auction June 10 in Bensalem, Pa.

The liquidation sale for John Mack Paving of Bensalem, Pa., featured a nice selection of paving equipment and crawler and rubber-tired loaders, skid steers, crawler tractors and backhoes and dump and utility trucks.

The owners of John Mack Paving, John and Betty Mack, recently decided to retire after 57 successful years in business.




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