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Myron Bowling Auctioneers Holds Sale in Middletown

Thu May 24, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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Ohio CAT’s Brad Potts (L) and Chris Murray feel the auction is a great networking opportunity.
Ohio CAT’s Brad Potts (L) and Chris Murray feel the auction is a great networking opportunity.
Ohio CAT’s Brad Potts (L) and Chris Murray feel the auction is a great networking opportunity. Anthony Ricker (L) and Aaron Olds of Hume Supply, who already placed a winning bid on a motorgrader, hope to bring home some additional pieces. Ritchie Bros.’ Scott McGregor (L) and Tim Keane stop in to see the auction activities. Auctioneer Myron Bowling keeps the bidding moving at a rapid clip. A large crowd of bidders is ready to participate in the auction. Herb Cress (L) and Adam Brown of Newman Tractor are up from Kentucky to catch the auction. Andy Seals of Seals Construction hopes to bring some new pieces home to Canal Winchester, Ohio. William Jergens of R.B. Jergens, Vandalia, Ohio, considers a bid on this Screen Machine Spyder 516T screening plant.

The May 2 Myron Bowling Auctioneers’ auction in Middletown, Ohio, drew a large crowd of bidders to the auction site while attracting heavy online bidding as well. The auction was conducted for the closing of the SK Construction Company, a general contractor located in Middletown, Ohio.

The sale included an assortment of construction equipment including excavators, dozers, loaders and paving equipment, as well as the real estate assets of SK Construction Company. Highlights of the auction included a Komatsu PC 300LC excavator that sold for $102,000 and a pair of Cat D5G XL dozers brought in winning bids of $27,500 and $28,000.