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Iron Auction Holds Absolute Auction of Pete Gould & Sons

Thu December 10, 2020 - National Edition

Iron Auction Group held an absolute court ordered liquidation of Pete Gould & Sons on Dec. 1, 2020, in Princeton, West Virginia.

It was a cold day for early December, with a dusting of snow at the auction site. The auction featured construction equipment, trucks, trailers, excavators, backhoes, artic trucks, pickup trucks, trailers, farm and support equipment.

Bidders came from 46 states and 17 foreign counties.

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The Iron Auction Group (L-R) includes Mike Finley, Ross McMillan, Matt McGaffee and Jared McGaffee.
(L-R) are Andy Bear, Bear Contracting, Bridgeport, W. Va.; B.J. Ervin, B&C Farms; and Casey Rupe, C.R. Henderson Company, Pulaski, Va.
Scott Ferrell (L) and Bobby Boggess, both of Bruce Allen Pipeline in Ripley, W.Va.
Derek and Todd Parker, both of Parkers Excavating in Bland, Va.
The auction included four John Deere excavators.
(L-R): Matt McGaffee of Iron Auction Group, welcomes Carl and Beth Tucker of Miller Pipeline in Indianapolis, Ind.
(L-R): The John Deere 700J LGP pipelayer caught the attention of  Jarred and Justin Hook, and Matthew Reynolds, all of McLintock Construction in Jamestown, Tenn.
(L-R):  Tim Shires, Jeff Richardson and Mike Daniels, all of DCI Shires in Bluefield, W.Va., braved the cold to look over the attachments.
There was a big onsite presence of buyers looking over attachments.

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