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Martin &?Martin Holds Two-Day Spring Auction in Pelzer, S.C.

The sale attracted bidders and buyers from across the Southeast and online.

Mon March 31, 2014 - Southeast Edition
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The Cat D11T draws the attention of several interested buyers.
The Cat D11T draws the attention of several interested buyers.
The Cat D11T draws the attention of several interested buyers. (L-R): Barry, Robert Sr., Robert Stewart II and Danny Wolfe, all of Stewart Construction in Greer, S.C., in front of the two Komatsu WA900 loaders with 15.6 cu. yd. (11.9 cu m) buckets. Aruitt Pruitt of Ollan Excavating in Lansen, N.C., tests out this Volvo ECR58 excavator. The sale featured a wide array of machines including a Hitachi EX270LC with a long boom and stick. Sam Coker of S.C. Pole & Piling in Leesville, S.C., shops for a skid steer loader. Joe Hatcher of Hatcher & Hatcher in Helen, Ga., picks out four Ford 555 backhoes. Raven (L) and Mike Huggins of Huggins Paving in Columbia, S.C., shop the paving products that were going up for bid including this LeeBoy 7000. (L-R): Matt Warren, Jeff Martin, Ron Kreiss and Robbie Ervin, all of Martin & Martin keep the sale moving on schedule. The Martin & Martin team catches the next bid on a John Deere skid steer.

Martin & Martin held another successful two-day spring contractors auction on March 19 to 20 in Pelzer, S.C. The sale attracted bidders and buyers from across the Southeast and online. There were several large pieces including two Komatsu WA 900 loaders and a 2008 Cat D11T.




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