Vaughan Auction Results Exceed Expectations of $3.9M

The auction drew people from multiple countries and featured a variety of equipment.

Fri March 22, 2013 - West Edition
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Amy Assiter checks out a unique item at the Vaughan auction, the Budweiser wagon.
Amy Assiter checks out a unique item at the Vaughan auction, the Budweiser wagon.
Amy Assiter checks out a unique item at the Vaughan auction, the Budweiser wagon. Jeff McCourt gets a feel from the driver’s seat of this forklift. Jim Rice uses Vaughan to market his John Deere 700J dozer. Dan Trotter checks out the excavators on display at the Vaughan auction. Vaughan Auction Group’s Feb. 28 auction drew in more than 700 people from all over the world. Ringmen work the crowd during the bidding process.

More than 700 buyers attended, in person and online, Vaughan Auction Group’s Feb. 28 auction, which was held in Wills Point, Texas.

“We had a tremendous auction to start off the new year with sales exceeding our expectations of $3.9 million,” said Jerry Burkard, of Vaughan.

The auction, which drew people from countries such as Malaysia, Mexico, Guatemala, Egypt and Dubai, featured dozers, excavators, loaders, backhoes, motorgraders, compaction, forklifts, trenchers, generators, welders, bucket trucks, service trucks, truck tractors, flatbeds, pick-ups, trailers and much more.

For more information, visit http://www.vaughanauctiongroup.com.




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