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Vaughan Holds February Auction, Announces Name Change

Those that couldn't make it to the auction had the opportunity to attend the web simulcast online bidding.

Fri February 21, 2014 - West Edition
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Dustin Smith, an independent rebuild and repair service in Gilmer, Texas, has just purchased this John Deere 450G.
Dustin Smith, an independent rebuild and repair service in Gilmer, Texas, has just purchased this John Deere 450G.
Dustin Smith, an independent rebuild and repair service in Gilmer, Texas, has just purchased this John Deere 450G. Glenn Sandefer, AREACO, a metal recycler in Quinlan, Texas, is pretty interested in this Case 580 backhoe. Corky Underwood, RECS/Bayonet Breaker, braved the 12-degree temperature to come and see about these Terex off-road trucks. Joe Schaffer (L) and son, Cody, of S&H Equipment Services in Irving, Texas, have just finished checking out this Cat 420E loader/backhoe. The new virtual bidding room has drawn a lot of people due to the extreme cold in northeast Texas. Stay tuned in to learn more about Vaughan Auctions becoming EQUIFY Auctions LLC. Many got out of the cold to enjoy the theater style seating and warmth inside the auction barn.

Vaughan Auction Group hosted an auction on Feb. 6 in Wills Point, Texas, in conjunction with a Winter Contractor’s public auction.

Vaughan also announced that it will soon be renaming its company to Equify Auctions LLC.

Those that couldn’t make it to the auction had the opportunity to attend the web simulcast online bidding.




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