James G. Murphy Auctions Off Equipment, Classic Cars

Beautiful weather and the smell of BBQ from the onsite food truck made for a great auction day.

📅   Mon June 15, 2015 - West Edition
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(L-R): The James G. Murphy Auctioneer Crew, Bob Hensel, Dan Schorno, Tim Murphy and Brady Hammerich.
(L-R): The James G. Murphy Auctioneer Crew, Bob Hensel, Dan Schorno, Tim Murphy and Brady Hammerich.
(L-R): The James G. Murphy Auctioneer Crew, Bob Hensel, Dan Schorno, Tim Murphy and Brady Hammerich. Bidders inspect Nomads during the auction preview. The ring man spots as bucket trucks roll into the auction. Jame G. Murphy had a packed house for the collector cars.

It was a packed house for the James G. Murphy Co. Auctioneers sale on May 30 in Kenmore, Wash.

JGM Co. auctioned off about 15 classic cars and a large assortment of heavy equipment, trucks, along with about 200 cars and a large assortment of tools.

Beautiful weather and the smell of BBQ from the onsite food truck made for a great auction day.

Founded in 1970 by James G. Murphy, the James G. Murphy Co. has built a solid reputation of success based on a commitment to service, a high standard of professionalism, and the belief that 90 percent of an auction takes place before the sale, according to the company.

JGM Co.’s next auction will be held Saturday, July 25.

For more information, visit http://murphyauction.com.