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Ritchie Bros. Holds Sale in Morris, Ill.

Fri March 30, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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Tim McQuillen of TG Construction looks over the compact excavators such as this Takeuchi TB135.
Tim McQuillen of TG Construction looks over the compact excavators such as this Takeuchi TB135.
Tim McQuillen of TG Construction looks over the compact excavators such as this Takeuchi TB135. (L-R): William Ravens, Kenny Schmid and Nick Ravens of Ravens Farms are busy checking out this JLG 660SJ aerial lift. Ken Copenhaver (L), president of Copenhaver Construction, and Chuck Polito, also of Copenhaver Construction, do an inspection of this Cat 345C before bidding on it. Mike Bakken (L) and Joel Mueller of Northwest Stone hope to give this Kolberg stacker a new home. Comparing some notes on the iron sales are Larry Ernst (L), president of Midwest Underground Inc., and McAllister Equipment Co. Used Equipment Manager Rich Evans. Roger Martinez (R) of Ritchie Bros. answers all the questions Paul Fabrizius (L) of Illinois Truck & Equipment and Michael Schwebke of Behr Iron & Metal are able to offer up regarding equipment. The guys from Gonzalez Scrap Inc. made the trip to hoping they could take this Cat M322C home and use it  in their scrap operation. Tim McQuillen of TG Construction looks over the compact excavators such as this Takeuchi TB135.

Ritchie Bros. held a sale March 15 in Morris, Ill. Highlights from the sale included a 1998 Caterpillar D9R crawler tractor that went for an auction high $220,000, a 2006 Caterpillar 345CL hydraulic excavator that sold for $140,000 and a Gomaco 9500 crawler trimmer that was won with a high bid of $112,500.

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