Ritchie Bros. Sale In Houston Generates High Bids

Wed September 19, 2012 - West Edition
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Jeff Sautter (L) and Jacob Merell of Jeff Sautter Enterprises, Mathis, Texas, take a photo op with this Caterpillar D9L.
Jeff Sautter (L) and Jacob Merell of Jeff Sautter Enterprises, Mathis, Texas, take a photo op with this Caterpillar D9L.
Jeff Sautter (L) and Jacob Merell of Jeff Sautter Enterprises, Mathis, Texas, take a photo op with this Caterpillar D9L. Bill McCoy (L) and Ray Mason of Car-Kam Equipment in Palestine, Ark., take a break from the auction action next to this Dressta TD-8M dozer. Jay (L) and Joe Corbett of Corbett Farms in Idabell, Okla., are pretty interested in this military painted Cat D7G dozer. James Ramer, owner of ROC Energies in Houston, Texas, thinks this Ingram AP934 roller will fit the bill perfectly for his needs. Homer Tyler (L) and Andy Holmes of T&D Solutions in Beaumont, Texas, have just put this Gradall G6-42A highlift through its paces to see if it will work on their high-line jobs. (L-R): Jace Chapman, Tom Hlawek and Gregg Smith of Noble Iron, Houston, Texas, discuss the auction results.

Ritchie Bros. held an auction Aug. 22 in Houston, Texas. Highlights of the sale included a 2010 Link-Belt HTC3140 140-ton hydraulic crane that sold for an auction high $895,000 and a 1996 Manitowoc 888 crawler crane that brought in winning bid of $525,000.

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