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Hunyady Holds Liquidation Auction in Matawan, N.J.

Wed April 11, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Fred Ronca (L) of Michael F. Ronca & Sons Contracting Inc., Bethlehem, Pa., and Kenny McCusker look over the Mack dump trucks.
Fred Ronca (L) of Michael F. Ronca & Sons Contracting Inc., Bethlehem, Pa., and Kenny McCusker look over the Mack dump trucks.
Fred Ronca (L) of Michael F. Ronca & Sons Contracting Inc., Bethlehem, Pa., and Kenny McCusker look over the Mack dump trucks. Hundreds of contractor tools were sold inside the Manzo shop. (L-R): Taking in the auction scene are Marty Kuhl and Kevin Bifulco of K & A Excavating, South Brunswick, N.J.; and Bob Kukulski and Rich Carifano of Foley CAT, Piscataway, N.J. Caterpillar excavators ranging in several weight classes were sold. Hunyady Auction Company, Hatfield, Pa., recently liquidated the equipment assets of Ace Manzo Inc. The auction was held at Manzo’s Matawan, N.J., facility. Waiting to possibly bid on a wheel loader are Buddy Berk (L) and Joe Schuffstall of Schuylkill Paving Inc., Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Standing in front of one of the last Bucyrus-Erie 400 H hydraulic excavators sold by Binder Machinery Company are Bill Gano (L) of Gano Heavy Hauling and Harry Rice of Binder Machinery Company. John Sucher of Joe Sucher & Sons Inc., Wallingford, Pa., checks the operating controls on a Wirtgen 1900 milling machine.

Hunyady Auction Company held a liquidation sale March 28 for Ace Manzo Inc. at its facility in Matawan, N.J.

After 61 years in business, Ace Manzo has decided to close its doors after Ace Manzo, the company’s founder, recently passed away.