WWA Draws Bidders to El Paso for Heavy Equipment Auction

Wed December 02, 2009 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Lewis Campbell of B&R Line Construction in El Paso, Texas, takes a closer look at the SkyJack lift.
Lewis Campbell of B&R Line Construction in El Paso, Texas, takes a closer look at the SkyJack lift.
Lewis Campbell of B&R Line Construction in El Paso, Texas, takes a closer look at the SkyJack lift. Frank Klassen of F&H Buy & Sell in Seminole, Texas, said he intends to bid on this Cat 416D  backhoe. (L-R): Eric Montandon, CEO; Keren Montandon, marketing; and Peter Prescott, international operations, all of World Wide Auctioneers, take a quick photo op before the auction gets started. Even with the unseasonably cold weather, the bidding is hot. Juan Blanco of Blanco Inc. in Brighton, Colo.,  gives this Volvo L90 wheel loader a careful examination. Pier Sonez of Relichisa in Chihuahua, Mexico, said he is interested in this Cat 621 B water wagon. Oscar Navarro (L) of Navarro Auto Sales and Service in El Paso, Texas, helps Armando Bonilla of Auto & Truck Parts in Juarez, Mexico, to decide on this JCB 520 loader. Brett Broyles, independent contractor in El Paso, Texas, stands with this Ross batch plant. Leonard Brightly, LENCO in El Paso, Texas, said he wants to bid on this Cat 416D backhoe. Terry Dickerson, Dickerson Machinery in San Antonio, came a long way to check out this Cat 980 wheel loader. Tom Smith (L) and Adrian Ramirez of Tom Growney Equipment in El Paso, Texas, look over the equipment at the auction like this Bobcat 2200.

World Wide Auctioneers (WWA) hosted a heavy equipment sale at its El Paso facility Nov. 24. The facility is located on 15101 Montana Ave. in El Paso.

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