The next sale for Iron Auction Group is coming up on Nov. 14 in Cedar Bluff, Va., and is slated to have another quality line-up of machines. CEG
Test operating a John Deere 130G excavator are Jimmy Porch (in cab) of Jimmy Dwayne Tree Service, Dallas, N.C., and Danny Byrd, independent contractor, also out of Dallas, N.C.
The boys of the Iron Auction Group were at the site early and ready to get the sale started (L-R) including David Meares, Matt McGaffee, Ross McMillan, Mike Finley and Jared McGaffee.
Regular attendee and customer of the Iron Auction Group, Rodney Mann of AEI Equipment, Rich Creek, Va., inspects a Kenworth W900 day cab truck-tractor of interest.
Enjoying a picture-perfect day for auctioning and waiting for the big iron to go on the block are Tim Temple (L) and Matt Temple of Temple Heavy Equipment, Huntersville, N.C.
Going under the hood of a Hitachi Zaxis 225 USLC excavator for a more complete inspection is CJ Johnson of Johnson Utility & Grading, Statesville, N.C.
Farming operations registered bidders, Caleb Gilreath (L) and his dad, Brad Gilreath of Taylorsville, N.C., were looking to catch a bargain on a Komatsu PC210LC of interest.
Recycling contractors Rick Woolard (L) and Ronnie Ray of Riverside Stump Dump, Asheville, N.C., look over a Bobcat T250 compact track machine.
Discussing the lineup of heavy iron (L-R) are Dallas Robertson, Robertson Equipment International, Mt Pleasant, S.C.; Iron Auction Group’s Mike Finley; and Kenneth Tysinger, May Heavy Equipment, Lexington, N.C.
By the time the auction truck made its way to the excavators, a big crowd of registered bidders had already assembled and were awaiting the auctioning of their machine of choice.