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Wilson Auction & Realty Company Hosts Cleveland Sale

Thu May 12, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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Joe Barnett (L) of Barnett Construction and Vick Petrishak of C&G Motor hope to land some bargains during the sale.
Joe Barnett (L) of Barnett Construction and Vick Petrishak of C&G Motor hope to land some bargains during the sale.
Joe Barnett (L) of Barnett Construction and Vick Petrishak of C&G Motor hope to land some bargains during the sale. (L-R): The Dobson family, Don, Debbie and Greg, of Dobson Excavating stop by to see the equipment up for bid. Ron Van Wagnen (L) of Acme Trucking and Ed Smith of Edward Smith Construction discuss their bidding strategies. Wilson Auction & Realty Company Owner Wayne Wilson takes  charge of calling out the bidding. Jim Podojil (L) of Podojil Excavating catches up with Verl C. Trushel of Trushel Excavating. (L-R): Bill Kuhar of Ohio CAT joins Tim Perrin of PK Crushing and Ryan Miltenberger of Ritchie Bros. to watch the auction activities unfold. (L-R): Jerry Meadows, Brad Cherry and Bradley Cherry of Cherry Farms are pleased to have taken the winning bid on a goose neck trailer.

Wilson Auction & Realty Company held a single owner construction equipment auction May 4 in Cleveland, Ohio. Equipment up for sale included dozers, excavators, skid steer, trailers, trucks and support equipment.

The on again, off again rain did little to deter a strong attendance and active bidding. A Komatsu PC-200 excavator brought $64,000, a Komatsu PC-400 excavator went for $157,000 and a Terex 3066c articulated dump truck sold for a winning bid of $26,500.