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J.M. Wood Auction Company Holds Sale in Montgomery

Fri July 08, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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(L-R): Joe McGee, Andrew Glass and Josh McGee of Joe McGee Construction of Lake Mississippi get ready for the auction.
(L-R): Joe McGee, Andrew Glass and Josh McGee of Joe McGee Construction of Lake Mississippi get ready for the auction.
(L-R): Joe McGee, Andrew Glass and Josh McGee of Joe McGee Construction of Lake Mississippi get ready for the auction. Alabama DOT officials operate machines for bidders to inspect. Ringman Keith McDaniel catches bids for the impressive lineup of right-of-way tractors. Massey Ferguson 5465s are lined up and ready to find new owners. Third generation ticket runner Shelby Cox keeps the office busy. J.M. Wood Vice President Bryant Wood surveys the crowd for another bid. J.M. Wood Auction Company held an Alabama Department of Transportation sale June 24 and 25 in Montgomery, Ala.

J.M. Wood Auction Company held an Alabama Department of Transportation sale June 24 and 25 in Montgomery, Ala.

Approximately 983 total onsite registered bidders and 150 online bidders participated in the auction. More than 100 items were sold via the Internet.

Bidders participating in the auction hailed from several countries including Saudi Arabia, Canada, Netherlands, Ireland, Australia, Mexico, South Korea, United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates. Approximately 24 U.S. states were represented as well.




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