GOING once, going twice, sold!

A total of 391 items are going under the hammer this Saturday from 10am with Excavation Equipment Pty Ltd selling a variety of construction, agricultural and general equipment in excess of $4 million. 

This makes the auction one of the largest traditional machinery ever in Toowoomba region, and general manager Catherine Ardi says its something the locals want to see more often.

"We're proud to be a local company and we want to bring machinery auctions closer to home - quality gear at great prices right on our doorstep," she said. 

This is the second auction Excavation Equipment Pty Ltd has held in Toowoomba in conjunction with auction house GraysOnline, with the first being in June 2016 when more than 355 lots went under the hammer. 

"We purchased the current site at 77 Carrington Road, Toowoomba due to the demand at our previous auction which was held on the corner of Taylor and Boundary Streets, and we plan to develop the newly acquired 33 acres on Carrington Road to expand stock levels for future auctions." 

Excavator being lined up for auction day. PHOTO: Miraposa Images
Excavator being lined up for auction day. PHOTO: Miraposa Images

You'll find a variety of equipment to choose from such as Caterpillar 140H Graders, Komatsu D65 Dozers, Unused Caterpillar 308 Excavators, Merlo Telehandlers, Moore Drop Deck Trailers, Isuzu Water Trucks plus smaller plant and machinery for small businesses and the handy person.

"We've got some very dedicated buyers and have received fabulous local interest in the lead up to this weekend; everyone walks away with a good deal," Ms Ardi said.

GraysOnline Business Development Manager, Ms Kayleigh Gartland said, "We are pleased to partner with EXEQ to offer quality construction equipment through our online platform."

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