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Roy Teitsworth Holds Its Annual Onondaga County Municipal/Contractor Equipment Auction

Fri November 04, 2011 - Northeast Edition
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Al Smith of Wood Stone & Earth Construction, Palmyra, N.Y., has his eye on this Caterpillar 303.5 compact excavator.
Al Smith of Wood Stone & Earth Construction, Palmyra, N.Y., has his eye on this Caterpillar 303.5 compact excavator.
Al Smith of Wood Stone & Earth Construction, Palmyra, N.Y., has his eye on this Caterpillar 303.5 compact excavator. A cold, damp and overcast day makes the coffee and hot breakfast concession very popular. Chris Pomeroy (L) of Alterra Trading and Todd Kaley of Vantage Equipment discuss current trends in the central New York equipment market. Peter Timmich of Timmich Construction, Dryden, N.Y., is intrigued with the compact and versatile Ditch Witch R230. These rubber-tired loaders are in high demand this time of year as the Syracuse area lake effect snow machine is about to be turned on. As the sale begins a crowd gathers as miscellaneous items are sold. Auctioneer Jessie Teitsworth gets the sale started. Mark Williams (L) and Jeff Stanley of Kleis Equipment, Conscancia, N.Y., preview one of many skid steer loaders available at the sale. Here’s a first: a children’s playhouse, slide and swing set available to the highest bidder. A savvy bidder checks out the serial number and manufacturing information on this lowboy trailer. Where better to sell an excess inventory of snow pushers than at a Syracuse, N.Y., auction, just weeks before the snow starts to fall.

Roy Teitsworth Inc. held its annual Onondaga County Municipal/Contractor Equipment Auction Oct. 22 at the NYS Fairgrounds in Syracuse, N.Y.

This annual sale primarily consists of surplus equipment from municipalities in central New York and the surrounding areas.

A large number of construction equipment consignments were available including rubber-tired loaders, skid steers, and excavators, along with a substantial number of municipal vocational trucks, pickup trucks and other vehicles.