JM?Wood Sells More Than $36.1M of Equipment During Annual Spring Auction

Tue April 01, 2014 - Southeast Edition
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Todd Tingle (L), Tingle & Son Inc., Lawrenceburg, Tenn., and Chris Inman, Inman Excavating, Lawrenceburg, look over the buyer’s guide.
Todd Tingle (L), Tingle & Son Inc., Lawrenceburg, Tenn., and Chris Inman, Inman Excavating, Lawrenceburg, look over the buyer’s guide.
Todd Tingle (L), Tingle & Son Inc., Lawrenceburg, Tenn., and Chris Inman, Inman Excavating, Lawrenceburg, look over the buyer’s guide. (L-R): Bill Baker, Justin Lawhorn, Trae Strain and Billy Seals, all of Thompson Tractor in Alabama, talk about machine inspection at auction. Tim Thomas (L), Tractor & Equipment Co., Birmingham, Ala., and Bob Winnette, Iron Planet, Huntsville, Ala., talk about some of the dozers in the sale line-up. Gus Mauldin (L) and his dad, Miles Mauldin, Mauldin Excavating & Grading, Dawsonville, Ga., test the hydraulics on a Cat 325DL excavator. Lee Brown (L), Brown Equipment, Ocala, Fla., and Ronnie Stanfill, R & S Farms, Lexington, Tenn., shop the line-up of excavators. (L-R): Jaret Williams, W.D. Site Development, St. Cloud, Fla., and Steve Ray, Leasing Systems Inc., Nashville, Tenn., are greeted by Bryant Wood. Nolan Evans (L) and his dad, Lloyd Evans, Evans Farms, made the trek from Arkansas for a deal on backhoe loaders. Eleven 2011 Cat 140M motorgraders were sold at the JM Wood sale.


JM Wood Auction held its 41st annual spring construction, truck and forestry auction at its headquarters facility in Montgomery, Ala., March 11 to 13.

More than $36.1 million of equipment sold and was represented by many dealers including Blanchard Machinery, Flint Equipment, Taylor Services, Yancey Bros. and more than 500 other consignors. Online sales accounted for more than $6.2 million. Equipment was sold to buyers in 12 countries and 34 U.S. states.

“We were very pleased with the numbers for our 41st Annual Spring Auction,” said Bryant Wood, JM Wood. “Our volume was a little down from last year due to the shortage of good equipment on the market. Contractors were here in full force buying for jobs and it was all business.”

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