Cheffins Close With Big Hit!
Tractor & Machinery|March 2018

Cheffins Close With Big Hit!

Cheffins certainly picked the right day to hold the Coates Brothers Contractors Ltd dispersal sale at Manor Farm, Runcton Holme, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, on Wednesday December 6. It was dry, but the cold and wind arrived during the massive 664-lot sale, which started at 9.30am. One would describe the condition of the equipment offered as ‘contractors used’ on average grade 9.8. All in all, the prices achieved were remarkable.

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