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Martin & Martin Holds Auction for A.T. Sistare in S.C.

Fri July 08, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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Joey Martin (L) welcomes the attendees to the sale as Ross McMillan scans the crowd.
Joey Martin (L) welcomes the attendees to the sale as Ross McMillan scans the crowd.
Joey Martin (L) welcomes the attendees to the sale as Ross McMillan scans the crowd. Walt Panagakos (L), Panagakos Asphalt Paving, Greenville, S.C., was the high bidder on this LeeBoy paver. Ken Johnson of A.T. Sistare told Walt that the machine had performed well for them. Carl Harrell (L), Quality Stone, Marion, N.C., and C.H. Shook, Diesel Truck Sales, Spartanburg, S.C., were looking to bid on this Cat motorgrader and a Samsung excavator. John Jordan, owner of A.T. Sistare, with an Ingersoll Rand roller that was sold earlier in the day. Clary Hood (L), owner 
of Clary 
Hood Inc., Spartanburg, S.C., purchased a John Deere backhoe and Sam Morton, Morton Construction, Columbia, S.C., was hoping to get a good deal on a scraper. Dean Stacy of Boone Equipment at Foscoe,  Boone, N.C., came to buy this trench roller and a few other pieces. Robert Small (L), Small Enterprises, Union, S.C., and Walt Panagakos, Panagakos Asphalt Paving, Greenville, S.C., were both interested in this Fiat Allis 65B motorgrader. The machine has been a favorite of many paving contractors for years. The sale for A.T. Sistare attracted contractors from throughout the southeast. This Samsung excavator had low hours on it and attracted a good bit of interest from the bidders.

Martin & Martin held a successful one owner absolute auction for A.T. Sistare Construction Company on June 29 at the A.T. Sistare location in Spartanburg, S.C.