Sales Auction Company Hosts Multi-Million Dollar Auction

Wed October 22, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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Karen Abbott, owner of Abbott Construction Equipment Sales, Lebanon, Maine, checks out this Powerscreen Warrior portable tracked screener.
Karen Abbott, owner of Abbott Construction Equipment Sales, Lebanon, Maine, checks out this Powerscreen Warrior portable tracked screener.
Karen Abbott, owner of Abbott Construction Equipment Sales, Lebanon, Maine, checks out this Powerscreen Warrior portable tracked screener. Matt Frye, owner of Absolute Excavation, tests this Cat mini-excavator. Amanda Merritt (L), Construction Equipment Guide, stands with Richie Roulstown, owner of Roulstown Services, as he inspects this Volvo track excavator. This onsite bidder test operates this John Deere 650H dozer before it went up for bid. Sales Auction Company hosted a multi-million dollar auction in Windsor Locks, Conn., on Oct. 4, which grossed $4.3 million in sales. John and Allison LeVene, owners of Carrier Services in Westchester, N.Y., shop the inventory of forklifts, including this JLG 63550 lift, for their business. This 1970 Chevy Nova sold for $30,000 and the Peterbilt sold for $103,000. Despite the weather, Sales Auction Company hosted a successful sale in Windsor Locks, Conn.


Sales Auction Company hosted a multi-million dollar auction in Windsor Locks, Conn., on Oct. 4, which grossed $4.3 million in sales. Its largest sale to date included 923 lots from 186 different consignors. The company had 714 onsite bidders as well as 438 online bidders from all over the United States and countries including Jordan, Nigeria and Ontario.

A few sale highlights included:

• 2002 Peterbilt rolloff truck: $103,000

• 1970 Chevy Nova: $30,000

• 2006 Kenworth Triaxle Dump sold for $93,000 to an onsite buyer from Pennsylvania.