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Vaughan Draws 800 In-Person, Online Bidders to Auction

Fri December 14, 2012 - West Edition
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Shawn Baker of Cagle Enterprises in Comanche, Texas seems to be pretty interested in this Volvo L120 wheel loader.
Shawn Baker of Cagle Enterprises in Comanche, Texas seems to be pretty interested in this Volvo L120 wheel loader.
Shawn Baker of Cagle Enterprises in Comanche, Texas seems to be pretty interested in this Volvo L120 wheel loader. Kevin Thompson of Big “T” Construction Services in Marshall, Texas, is going to bid on this John Deere 700J dozer. Jim Whitton, an independent contractor in Canton, Texas, thinks this Cat D3 dozer would be just the machine for building ponds. Jerry Calame, Calame Farms in Wortham, Texas, is interested in this John Deere 700J … the bidding should be hot! Benney Hooker, independent contractor from Yantis, Texas, has just finished giving this Cat D6N a good “once-over.” Thomas L. Jenkins, retired, Wood County in Yantis, Texas, takes a photo op with this Cat D6R. Kyle Norman, Norman Excavation and Trucking LLC in Canton, Texas, has been getting the measurements on this Cat 12 H motorgrader. The unexpected cold weather drove many into the new Vaughan Auction indoor bidding area.

Vaughan Auction Group held an auction on Dec. 6, in Wills Point, Texas. The company had sales of 4.8 million with approximately 800 bidders in-person and live internet bidding.

Vaughan sold equipment to buyers from Malaysia, Jordan, Mexico, Guatemala, Bolivia, and Peru. Prices held and Vaughan was extremely pleased with the activity. The company looks forward to its next auction in February.