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Wheel Loaders Bring in High Bids at WCA Sale in Perris

Wed August 10, 2011 - West Edition
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Donald Oaks (L) of BDS Truck & Equipment Sales, and Bob Guillams of Goodwork Trucks, both based in Riverside, Calif., are all smiles as they catch up during the sale.
Donald Oaks (L) of BDS Truck & Equipment Sales, and Bob Guillams of Goodwork Trucks, both based in Riverside, Calif., are all smiles as they catch up during the sale.
Donald Oaks (L) of BDS Truck & Equipment Sales, and Bob Guillams of Goodwork Trucks, both based in Riverside, Calif., are all smiles as they catch up during the sale. (L-R): John Ivins and David Lonsdale of LTI Construction show young Vinny Pannozzo around the WCA auction grounds. (L-R): Kelly Tobin of Bristol Machine and Bob McEuen and John Kopechne, both of Cal Erectors, take 
a break from the auction action for a photo-op. Mike Wall (L) of Wall to Wall Builders and WCA Auctions’ Eric Kazakoff talk about the items up for bid. Rodolfo Huidobro Ortega (L) and David Guevara III of Importacion y Exportaction Mercantil, Tijuana, Mexico, are looking for customers who wish to send purchased machines to Mexico and Latin America. Items like this Caterpillar D9L dozer are favorites amongst the bidders.

WCA held an auction June 6 at its facility in Perris, Calif. More than 600 lots were up for bid. Highlights of the sale included a 2004 John Deere 624J wheel loader that went for a winning bid of $71,000, a 2000 Caterpillar 927 wheel loader that sold for $63,000 and a 1999 Kawasaki 80Z IV-2 wheel loader that was won by a bidder for $44,000.