Nitke Auctions Hosts Two-Day Spring Sale in Mosinee

Tue May 11, 2021 - Midwest Edition #10

Nitke Auctions, a Hansen Auction Group company, held a two-day spring sale at its facility in Mosinee, Wis., April 29 to 30. More than 1,000 items were available to buy in person or online.

Some of the items up for bid included dozers, skid steers, excavators, attachments, trucks, tools and more from manufacturers including John Deere, Caterpillar, Komatsu, Bobcat, Mack, Kenworth and more.

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Father-and-son team, Chase (L) and Bryce Hansen, president and CEO of Hansen Auction Group, are ready to welcome everyone to Nitke’s two-day spring auction.
Jeff Hoffman of J. Hoffman Truck & Equipment checks the measurements of the bucket on this Caterpillar 988B wheel loader.
Pete Jobelius (L) and Chet Jobelius, both of J and S Logging, are considering this ASV RC-60 compact track loader.
This 1939 Ford with turbo charger was up for auction.
Korry Ardell of KLA Construction Equipment is interested in bidding on this Gehl 7810 turbo skid steer.
Gerald Koehler of Koehler Construction came across this John Deere 135C excavator at Nitke’s spring auction.
Hoping to place the winning bid on this Volvo EC240CLC excavator are Bob Johnas (L) of Johnas Track and Equipment, Medford, Wis., and his brother, John.
(L-R): Tim Slack of Tim Slack Auction Realty LLC, and Leo Krivickas and Skeeter Wykoski of Three Lakes Truck and Equipment are enjoying a day out at the auction.

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