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They really don’t make ’em like they used to. Where else could you see an 82year-old move the earth for hours on end for three backbreaking days and not run out of gas? This deserved national recognition. Oh, wait, it got it. The octogenarian in question was a 1928 Wilford Model B shovel owned by Ted Valpey III of Holliston, Mass., who brought his prized heavy iron beast to be the featured vehicle at the 25th Annual Historical Construction Equipment Photo courtesy of Gary Munsey of New England Rockbusters Association’s (HCEA) A lineup of antique shovels attack the dirt pile at the HCEA National Convention. National Convention and The shovels came from all over the northeast including (L-R) the Bay City Model 20 shovel owned by Lynn Burdick, Endicott, N.Y.; and the Lorain Model L80J owned by Exhibition. The international event — JV III Construction, Rocky Hill, Conn. hosted by the Northeast Siochio said the Northeast Chapter Rockbusters Regional Chapter — enterwas the largest of the nation’s 17 tained thousands Sept. 10 to 12 at the HCEA chapters, with just fewer than Washington County Fairgrounds in 500 members. Richmond, R.I. It was a tremendous weekend for He Digs Digging action verbs — digging, dozing, gradOne of those members is the coloring, loading, shoveling, hauling, pulling ful Mike Trotto, 75, of Shrewsbury, and scraping. Mass., whose Worcester Sand & Entire hills were excavated. Boulders Gravel Company will celebrate its were split. Antique tractors, run by Photo courtesy of Gary Munsey of New England Rockbusters 100th year in 2011. antique men, showed young whipperGary Osborne from Norwell, Mass., Trotto stood near the 1928 Wilford snappers how things used to be done. “It’s basically a Fordson Tractor with has a full blade of loam as he oper- with admiration, reminiscing about the John Mulcahy’s beautifully equipment he used to run. a Ford motor. Wilford stands for William ates restored 1954 Allis Chalmers model “I have a 1952 10B Bucyrus Shovel Ford, Henry Ford’s son,” said Sam HD9B bulldozer at the HCEA 25th Siochio, president of the Northeast Annual Convention. The working Erie I have been running since I was a Rockbusters for the last three years. show had the task of removing a kid,” said Trotto. “It feels great (to “Behind it is a Euclid twin engine bull- hill and expanding parking facili- run). I feel like a kid again. It feels, dozer. I love the old equipment and I ties for the Washington County see ROCKBUSTERS page 4 really enjoy the people involved with it.” Fairgrounds.


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when I’m running it, like I’ve accomplished something.” “Anybody can run the modern iron, he added. “But it takes talent to run the cable machine,” said Trotto, who did so for the crowd. “I didn’t find any buried treasure,” he laughed. “No gold, no minerals. I might have found some water today (if they let me keep digging). That’s an important mineral today, but they wouldn’t let me dig for water,” he winked. Filled the Lot An impressive 232 working and restored antique vehicles and pieces of farming equipment, trucks and heavy iron earthmovers were on display. The 1928 Wilford shovel, the featured earth mover of the show, worked along with three other beauties from Valpey’s collection: his1930 United grader, his 1940 Allis Chalmers dozer and his 1942 Buffalo Springfield roller. Other highlights of the exhibit were: a 1934 Cletrac 20, a 1945

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HCEA’s National President Praises Show, Participants ROCKBUSTERS from page 4

construction,” he said. “All of this machinery was derived from farming. The work of America, all of it, derived from the building of highways after World War II. That’s how my family increased after the War. They struggled before World War II. It was all because of these machines and the Interstates being built under Eisenhower and Interstate Commerce of America.” He pointed to a fellow greeter handing out programs, Dawn Babcock. The Rockbusters Club is generational. “Her Dad was a longtime member in this organization,” said Capone. “He got sick and passed away. She is continuing his membership and doing his work at the gate.”

equipment brings us together, making lifetime friendships.” “I remember driving an old truck to another show and the coupler on the steering wheel went out,” he continued. “I got off to a late start and said, ‘Hmmm.’ Then I remembered that a fellow HCEA member lived in that town. I drove to his house and got everything done. That’s the kind of friendships I mean.”

Quite a Club The HCEA was founded in 1986. It has more than 4,300 members in more than 25 countries in the world. Besides producing the annual convention, it maintains a website for public information and interaction and an on-line store offering many unusual items for sale from the construction industry. Its museum archives contain records from more than 2,800 manufacturers of equipment, attachments and components, and 800 other companies, organizations and individuals, dating from the 1880s to the present. The HCEA operates the 7,000-sq.ft. National Construction Equipment Museum with an adjoining 5,000-sq.ft. restoration facility on 39 acres of land in Ohio. The museum currently owns 74 pieces of construction equipment. Of Photo courtesy of Gary Munsey of New England Rockbusters these, 32 are displayed indoors and 20 A rare piece of construction equipment, this 1965 Euclid model TC12, owned by Earl have been restored to original physical Fitzgerald, Harwinton, Conn., is powered by appearance and operating condition. twin Detroit Diesel engines. Fitzgerald had The restoration is done by a group of his machine hauled to the show by two low volunteers who have devoted thousand bed trailers, one for the crawler and one for of hours of their time to the work. the blade. One of the popular items on display during the annual event in Rhode Island was a 1956 Lima power shovel in the open field. It was purchased new by Clyde National President on Hand An impressed and impressive spectator B. Gray and delivered by rail to Colebrook, was Larry Kotkowksi, the national president N.H. The beauty was then transferred to Gray’s of HCEA’s headquarters in Bowling Green, son, who now owns it. It is housed at the Ohio. “This is my first time in Rhode Island and HCEA Museum in Bowling Green, Ohio. “It’s going home to Ohio,” one member I love it,” said Kotkowski. “I run into good said. “Just as it should be. But right after we people wherever I go. Course, I look in the have enjoyed it.” right places. These guys really outdid themFor more information about the Historical selves.” The national president has been to virtual- Construction Equipment Association, call ly all of the annual exhibitions in many 419-352-5616 or email: info@hcea.net. For states. He was raised in the sand and gravel information on the Northeast Rockbusters Chapter, go to business. www.nerockbusters.weebly.com. “I loved machines as a kid. It started with (This story also can be found on farming,” he said. “But my favorite thing is Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at people. I’ve told the guys for a long time, ‘If you take the people out of here and leave the www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) iron, you wouldn’t want to be here.’ The CEG


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2006 YANMAR C30R TRACK TRUCK, 5500 Lb (2) 2007 YANMAR VIO45-5 EXCAVATORS, Stk# Payload, 330 Hrs, Great Condition. $26,900 664B (pictured above), hyd. thumb, our rental unit – well maintained, 804 hrs. Starting at $33,900

2006 YANMAR VIO75-A EXCAVATOR, Stk# 040B, 2006 YANMAR VIO27-3 EXCAVATOR, 2006 YANMAR CBL40 LOADER BACKHOE, awesome machine, in our fleet since NEW, has been Stk# 239B, our rental unit, 640 hrs, Priced Stk# 515D, hydrostatic, 4 wheel drive, our rental flawless, 1649 hrs, Unit being sold w/ standard w/ Digging Bucket. $29,900 Sale Price $21,900 since NEW, great machine, 737 hrs. $25,900 digging bucket $54,500


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Tilcon CT, Castle Equipment Iron Goes on Block in Conn. PETROWSKY from page 12

Murphy Vincent of Murphy’s Gradall Rental in Simbsbury, Conn., visited Petrowsky’s auction to watch the construction, earthmoving and paving equipment, trucks and trailers go up for bid.

Three-year-old Ryder from Bozrah, Conn., beams as he up sits up high in a big boy toy — a 2004 Kenworth tri-axle dump truck.

Tim Halliday (L), owner of 202 Truck and Equipment in Rindge, N.H., talks business with Bob Beattie, owner of Bob Beattie and Company in North Stonington, Conn.

Pete Hannum (L) from Whately, Mass., and Pete Lashaway from Northampton, Mass., visited Petrowsky’s auction site on day one of the two-day sale.

Pat Raimondo of P & P Autobody in Coventry, Conn., tested out this 1988 John Deere 710B 4x4 backhoe loader before the start of the sale.

Tyler Mello (L) and Gilberto Gomes of JR & Sons traveled from Westport, Mass., to spend their day at the auction site in Conn.


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Tyler Equipment

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C.N. Wood Co., Inc. 200 Merrimac St. Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 935-1919 Avon, MA (508) 584-8484 Johnston, RI (401) 942-9191

E.W. Sleeper Company, Inc. 391 Loudon Road Concord, NH 03302 603/225-3361 800/358-6007 Fax: 603/225-4918 www.ewsleeper.com

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ADVERTISER INDEX ACR EQUIPMENT ............................................................13 ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ......................................1 ASTRO CRANE ................................................................13 BARRY EQUIPMENT CO ................................................15 CASEY & DUPUIS EQUIPMENT CORP ............................7 CHADWICK BAROSS MA ..................................................6 CLASSIFIED ....................................................................13 CONTRACTOR’S CORNER ............................................13 EW SLEEPER COMPANY INC ........................................10 FEL-TECH HAMMER DIVISION ........................................9 FOLEY MARINE & INDUSTRIAL ENGINE ........................1 GORILLA HAMMERS ....................................................1,7 INTENSUS ........................................................................6 J R VINAGRO CORPORATION ........................................1 KRAFT POWER CORP ......................................................1 LOU GIZA EQUIPMENT ....................................................1 MID CITY STEEL CO........................................................13 MILTON CAT ....................................................................13 MULTI MACHINE INC ........................................................1 NORTHEAST TRACTOR LLC ........................................13 PERRYS EQUIPMENT INC ..............................................6 PITTSFIELD LAWN & TRACTOR ....................................15 ROGERS BROTHERS......................................................17 S A MCLEAN INC ............................................................19 SHAWMUT EQUIPMENT CO INC....................................19 THE N.I.C.E. COMPANY ................................................14 TST HYDRAULICS INC ..................................................13 TYLER EQUIPMENT CO ..............................................3,11 W I CLARK CO ..................................................................2 WOODCO MACHINERY ..................................................20 WOODS CRW OF NH CORP ............................................5 The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.

Washington • Windsor • Bennington • Lamoille • Windham • Vermont... Chittenden • Orange • Caedonia • Addison • Orleans • Franklin • Essex • Grande Isle • Washington • Windsor • Bennington • Lamoille • Windham • Chittenden • Orange • Caedonia • Addison • Orleans • Franklin • Essex • Grande Isle • Washington • Windsor • Bennington • Lamoille • Windham • Chittenden • Orange • Caedonia • Addison • Orleans • Franklin • Essex • Grande Isle • Washington • Windsor •

‘Green Mountain State’ Highway Projects Let

The Vermont Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Chittenden Town: Richmond Project Name: Richmond-Williston IM Culv (16) Contract ID: 08A100 Location: Bridge 59-2 is located on interstate 89 in Richmond at mile marker 79.5. Bridge 59-4S is located on interstate 89 in Williston at mile marker 81.5. Project: This project involves preventative maintenance to existing culverts including lining culvert 59-2 and concrete paving the invert of culvert 59-4S and associated channel work. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • • • • •

Parent Construction Inc.— $426,999 Kingbury Companies LLC — $528,095 S.D. Ireland Brothers Corporation — $549,000 Morrill Construction Inc. — $549,135 Blow & Cote Inc. — $823,901

County: Statewide/Multiple Counties Town: Statewide/Multiple Town Projects Project Name: Statewide Bro Insp (11) Contract ID: 10K034 Location: Various locations statewide Project: Work includes furnishing access for bridge inspection of specified timber framed covered bridges and metal truss bridges. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • J.P. Sicard Inc. — $442,000 • Renaud Brothers Inc. — $751,300

County: Chittenden Town: Richmond Project Name: Richmond IM Bpnt (3) Contract ID: 08A206 Location: Bridges No. 55 north and south located on I-89 over Jericho Road (T.H. 4) Bridges No. 56 north and south located on I-89 over U.S. 2 at Exit 11. Bridge No. 59 south located on I-89 over Kenyon Road (T.H. 8). Project: This project involves cleaning and repainting the existing steel superstructure members and minor associated work. Contractors and Bid Amounts:

• Amstar of Western New York Inc. — $849,698 • Atsalis Brothers Painting Company — $1,139,370 • Abhe and Svoboda Inc. — $1,943,310

County: Town: Ryegat, Newbury Project Name: Ryegate —Newbury Stp Surf (17)

Contract ID: 09B042 Location: Beginning in the town of Ryegate on Vt. Route 302 at mm 1.304 and extending easterly a distance of 37.081 ft. (7.023 mi.) to mile marker 4.629 in the town of Newbury Project: Work to be performed under this surface preservation project includes two alternates: alternate A involves cold planing and paving; alternate B involves hot in-place recycling with fog seal and micro-surfacing. Traffic markings, bridge plug joints and other incidental items are included with this project. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • The Gorman Group LLC — $1,336,494 • New York Bituminous Products Corporation — $1,612,641 • Pike Industries Inc. — $1,695,150

County: Orange Town: Norwich, Fairlee Project Name: Norwich-Fairlee IM Surf (19) Contract ID: 09A380 Location: Beginning in the town of Norwich at mile marker 74.810 and extending northerly along interstate Route 91 (northbound barrel) for a distance of 93,403.20 ft. (17.690 mi.) to mile marker 92.500 in the town of Fairlee. Project: Work to be performed under this project includes surface preparation involving patching, pot hole repair, crack sealing and overlaying with a thin bituminous surface treatment, and traffic markings. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • The Gorman Group LLC — $1,657,600 • Sealcoating Inc. — $1,682,485

County: Washington Town: Barre City Project Name: Barre City Fegc F 026-1 (34) c/1 Contract ID: 09B240 Location: This is a traffic signalization project, consisting of five intersection improvements along the proposed detour route, in advance of the main street project. Project: Work to be performed under this project consists of pavement, subbase, drainage, signalization, landscaping, and other related roadway items. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Kingsbury Companies LLC — $1,223,544 • Don Weston Excavating Inc. — $1,268,751 • Capitol Earthmoving Inc. — $1,414,364 • Pike Industries Inc. — $1,555,555 • Engineers Construction Inc. — $1,597,951 • G.W. Tatro Construction Inc. — $1,598,888 • Frank W. Whitcomb Construction Corp. — $1,999,999


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