Wolfe Packs in Bidders at Auction in York Springs, Pa.

Tue March 23, 2010 - Northeast Edition
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Despite the rain, Steve Sanderson, president of Sanderson Construction, York Springs, Pa., is primed to do some bidding.
Despite the rain, Steve Sanderson, president of Sanderson Construction, York Springs, Pa., is primed to do some bidding.
Despite the rain, Steve Sanderson, president of Sanderson Construction, York Springs, Pa., is primed to do some bidding. Many bidders scorned the rain and showed up to bid on some earthmoving equipment at the York Springs, Pa., auction. Ron Price takes bids as Wolfe Vice President Josh Ruby stands ready to assist with customer service. Ready to bid on dozers is Jacob Showalter, president of Showalter Construction & Landscaping, Alexandria, Va. Brian Yonker, vice president of Moxy Kidwell Construction, Little Orleans, Pa., tests out this Caterpillar 953 dozer before it goes up for bid. Mini-excavators sold at competitive prices during the Wolfe Sale. Just prior to the excavators going up for bid, a good selection of tires went on the block.

Wolfe Auctions held a sale March 12 in York Springs, Pa.

A steady, cold rain had little negative effect on bidders as they kept prices competitive throughout the auction.

“Even though the weather was foul, we still know how to pack real buyers and crowds in our tent here,” said Josh Ruby, vice president of Wolfe Auctions. “The Wolfe Mobile was working in the back selling all the trucks and smaller pieces as well.”

The auction drew contractors from as far south as North Carolina and as far west as West Virginia.




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