Lyon Holds Auction in Plant City, Fla.

Fri January 07, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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Allen Jones, B. A. Jones Excavating, Seffner, Fla., was in the market for a compact track loader and they were plenty to look over.
Allen Jones, B. A. Jones Excavating, Seffner, Fla., was in the market for a compact track loader and they were plenty to look over.
Allen Jones, B. A. Jones Excavating, Seffner, Fla., was in the market for a compact track loader and they were plenty to look over. Dave Haas, Haas Sons Inc. came all the way down from Wisconsin hoping to pick up a bargain. It might be this JCB excavator. Marcus Shepard (L) and Alden Perkins, APEquip, Plant City, Fla., were just out to see and be seen. Dave Haas, Haas Sons Inc. came all the way down from Wisconsin hoping to pick up a bargain. It might be this JCB excavator. Jim Goodall, president of jimgoodall.Net, is hoping to find some bargains to take back to Fort Myers. Jack Lyon has the auction running smoothly. This new 2008 ASV PT100 drew several bidders. It finally went for $45,500. Bidders gather as Jack Lyon starts the action on the next item.

Bright, sunny skies and warm temperatures met the bidders at the ASAP Rental fleet reduction sales held on Dec. 21 in Plant City, Fla.

Items for sale included late model rental fleet construction equipment and aerial lifts, unused JCB, Genie and ASV equipment, and a large selection of 2005-2008 forklifts, boom lifts, skid steers, tractor loader backhoes, vibratory rollers, mini excavators, rubber tired loaders and articulated haul trucks.




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