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Everything must go at biggest Donington auction yet

Digger Blogger | 10:36, Wed July 09 2014

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers are set to hold their largest Donington Park auction to date next week.

On Tuesday 15th July more than a thousand items of construction equipment will go under the hammer. As usual, there will be no reserve prices or minimum bids; everything must go on the day.

On-site and online bidders will be able to bid on a variety of used and unused items, including more than 210 excavators, 130 boom & scissor lifts, 19 loaders, 60 compactors, 49 telescopic handlers, 89 dumpers, 12 dump trucks, six crawler tractors and many more items. The auction also features a large selection of unused hydraulic hammers, buckets, generator sets and other smaller items, which will be sold exclusively in online timed auctions.

Unused items include three 2013 Hyundai ROBEX 210LC-9, four 2012 Cat 302.5C minis and a pair of Hitachi ZX350LC excavators. There is also a large selection of unused Komatrsu parts.



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Bidding on timed auction lots opens on Saturday 12th July.

Buyers can inspect items online at or in person at the auction site next to the Donington Park motor racing track in Leicestershire.

Ritchie Bros. held its first auction at Donington Park in April 2012 when 678 lots were sold. This is its 10th auction at the site and largest to date.





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