Jeff Martin Auctioneers’ Customers Can Bid On Thousands of Items at Premiere Kissimmee Auction

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Top-of-the-line items are available from leading brands.

Customers of Jeff Martin Auctioneers can bid online and onsite for thousands of top-of-the-line items at the Kissimmee, Florida auction, Feb. 12-14. Jeff Martin Auctioneers is showcasing at this event for the first time and will feature thousands of late-model items, including: construction and farm equipment, heavy trucks, heavy trailers and related items. Even if interested buyers are unable to make the auction in person, they can still bid for items each day starting at 9 am, EST, online at jeffmartinauctioneers.com.

Some of the equipment available from the thousands up for auction include:

  • 2016 John Deere 50G mini excavator
  • 2015 Case 580N Loader Backhoes (x4)
  • 2014 John Deere 244K Wheel Loader
  • 2013 Caterpillar D6T Crawler Tractor
  • 2013 Mack CHU613 Truck Tractors (x3)
  • 2004 New Holland RG170B Motor Grader
  • 2012 John Deere 350GLC Hydraulic Excavator
  • 2011 International Transtar 8600 Dump Trucks

Jeff Martin Auctioneers will feature construction equipment and support items on February 12; forklifts, aerial equipment and farm equipment on February 13; and trucks, trailers and speciality items on February 14. Available equipment will also be open for inspection starting February 5.

The Kissismmee auction is one of the premiere events in the industry. For the first time, Jeff Martin Auctioneers will join attendees from across the nation at this auction, which will be held at the Brown Ranch, 5000 Oren Brown Rd, Kissimmee, Florida.

Jeff Martin Auctioneers has been in operation for almost a decade and brings more than 35-years experience in the auction industry. The company specializes in attachments, commercial trucks, construction support, farm and agricultural equipment, trailers, and vehicles, marine and aviation, supported by the best value-added service in the auction industry.

 

Blog courtsey of Next Truck Online