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Ritchie Bros. Holds Auction in Chicago Area

Thu June 03, 2010 - Midwest Edition
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Rick Robinson of Robinson Excavating came to see if he could get a deal on this John Deere 750 dozer.
Rick Robinson of Robinson Excavating came to see if he could get a deal on this John Deere 750 dozer.
Rick Robinson of Robinson Excavating came to see if he could get a deal on this John Deere 750 dozer. Tim Yarberry (L) of Yarberry Landscape Excavating Co., Anderson, Ind., and Mark Eykamp of Bryant Midwest, Plainfield, Ill., stand next to this Cat D9N dozer. (L-R): Ryan Joyce, Frank and Eric Bruner, and Dale Hoffman check the undercarriage of this Cat D9N dozer. Frank got the day off from school to see what dad does. Rich Evans (L) of Ritchie Bros. answers some questions from Steve Freeman of S&K Excavating & Trucking, Yorkville, Ill. Matt Pehler (L) of Curran Contracting Company Inc., Crystal Lake, Ill., and Tony Mattingly of Patten Construction Products. Roland Machinery Co. Used Equipment Manager Jay Germann of Springfield, Ill., inspects this Komatsu PC160LC.

More than 1,700 bidders registered to participate in the Ritchie Bros. unreserved public auction on May 13 in Morris, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. Online and in-person bidders came from 23 countries, including 45 U.S. states and all 10 Canadian provinces. More than 1,300 items were sold in the multi-million dollar auction with 60-percent of the equipment (based on dollar value) leaving the state of Illinois.

For more information, please visit www.rbauction.com.