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Hunyady Holds Liquidation Auction in Frederick, Md.

Fri October 22, 2010 - Northeast Edition
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Many contractors attended the auction despite heavy rain. Here, bidders head over to the heavier iron up for sale.
Many contractors attended the auction despite heavy rain. Here, bidders head over to the heavier iron up for sale.
Many contractors attended the auction despite heavy rain. Here, bidders head over to the heavier iron up for sale. Looking over the articulated trucks are Jack McClintock (L), president, and Jeff Jordan, foreman, both of McClintock Excavating, Muncy Valley, Pa. James Lyons, president of E.E. Lyons Construction Co. Inc., Vienna, Va., has his sights set on this Komatsu PC400LC. Looking to bid on this John Deere 550H crawler dozer are Kurt Subrick (L), president of Boulder Construction Inc., Eighty Four, Pa., and Robert Ross, president of Ross Capes Inc., Canonsburg, Pa. Ted Bargo (L), sales representative of Hunyady, helps register bidders at the sale in Frederick, Md. Dan Harris, president of Breezwood Proving Grounds and Excavation, Breezwood, Pa., checks out the selection of Mack dump trucks. Mike Hunyady (L) always finds time to speak with friends and customers at his auctions. Here, he meets up with Dave Harlan, president of Harlan Construction and Paving, Parkesburg, Pa.

Hunyady Auction Company held an auction Oct. 14 in Frederick, Md.

The sale featured equipment from Wastler Construction, which recently decided to close after 52 years in business. Iron going on the block included asphalt milling machines, pavers, excavators and attachments, rubber-tired and crawler loaders, soil and vibratory compactors, motorgraders, artic dump trucks and more.