3rd wednesday equipment auction for february

J.B. Robison Auctioneers Realtors

21 February, 2018 10:00 am



Newspaper Ad Deadline – Noon, Thurs Feb 8th

The Third Wednesday Equipment & More Auctions!

Selling the Third Wednesday Each Month!
JB Robison Auctioneers – Vinita, OK

441498 E Highway 60/66

East Side of the Turnpike!

(918) 256-5524


Selling Farm, Ranch & Construction Equipment! Vehicles, Trailers, ATV’s & UTV’s! Boats, RV’s, Lawn Equipment, Tools & More!

Call Today to Turn Your Assets Into Cash!

Check JBRauctions.com Daily for Photos of Equipment Coming In!

We List Items HERE As They Are Consigned:

001 –  2008 Ford E450 Handicap Bus, Diesel, Automatic – Great Shape! Clean, Clean, Clean! 170K Miles – Use it for a Bus? Food Truck? Mobile Office? Large Cargo Van?

002 –  2000 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, 106K Miles, New Air, Alternator & More!  Nice Car!

003 –  Very Nice Remington #1100 12 Ga. Shotgun, Vent Rib, Engraving, Extra Chokes, Case.

004 –  Very Nice Ruger 10-77 Mark II Rifle, 223 Caliber, “Deer Hunter” 3-9×40 Scope, Case.

005 –  SKS Rifle w/Scope & 2 Large Mags.

006 – Antique Colt 25 Caliber Automatic w/Holster!

007 – Colt “Mustang Pocketlite” 380 Automatic w/Holster, Nice.

008 – 12 Gauge Ammo

009 – 380 Caliber Ammo

010 –  223 Caliber Ammo

011 – 25 Caliber Ammo

012 – Assorted Hydraulic Cylinders of All Types!

013 – 2005 Cadillac Eldorodo Convertible, Loaded, 101K Miles, Very Nice Condition!

014 – 2001 Honda Accord, Good Transportation!

015 – 20' Gooseneck Equipment Trailer – 

016 – 8' Trailer With Folding Tailgate, Missouri Title – 

017 – 8' Trailer With Folding Tailgate – 



10% Buyers Premium Applies to This Auction.

No Sellers Commission!

ATTENTION SELLERS: No Sales Commission! That’s Right – No Sales Commission!  You receive the amount of the High Bid – all of it – no advertising fee charged, no check in fee charged if your items are here before 5 PM the Saturday before the Auction, no reserve fees charged!  You get ALL of the High Bid – JBRauctions receives the 10% Buyers Premium for our efforts. Simple as that!

Sellers are paid by Cashier’s Check Starting at Noon on the Friday following the Auction! Checks not picked up by 4 PM will be mailed unless you make other arrangements.


CONSIGNMENT INFORMATION:  CALL US ASAP!  To properly advertise, promote and market your items we need either a full description and multiple photos emailed to us OR your items delivered to our place ASAP!  For maximum exposure have your items at our location two weeks before the Auction – at least one week prior!!! The more people we can reach and the more people that drive by and observe the items coming in the happier both of us will be when the Auction is over!

DO NOT wait until the last minute and then expect retail plus out of your item(s) that have had no exposure to the market place – it just doesn’t work that way!

We have been doing this for 35+ years now. It is unreal how many times I have heard “well I’ve got something to sell but I’m gonna wait and see what all shows up before I bring mine in”.  Pardon me for being blunt – that is Stupid Thinking, they shoot themselves in the foot and keep us from properly doing our job marketing.  The advertising and marketing cost US, not the Seller – If we don’t have the item or descriptions and the items committed to the Auction we can’t complete our job! AND people need to know your item will be available and have financial arrangements made to buy it! 

Bottom Line:  If You Want It Sold Why Keep It a Secret Until the Last Minute? Let Us Do Our Job!


ATTENTION BIDDERS:  This is a 10% Buyers Premium Auction!  A 10% Buyers Premium WILL be added to the amount of your High Bid when you check out!  If you are the High Bidder at $1,000 you will be charged $1,100 when you pay out.  If you only want to spend $1,000 total on an item, simple, quit bidding at $900 – you will only be charged $990 when you pay out and we saved you $10!

We have been in the business for 35+ years – we did not make the decision to convert this Auction to a Buyer’s Premium Auction in haste.  We have watched national trends, attended many classes, talked to many Auctioneers that we respect and trust.  As with any consignment Auction the first hurdle to jump is acquiring good merchandise to sell.  In today’s market, we must be competitive and streamline everything making our terms as uncomplicated as possible.
We knew there would be resistance to the change. We knew there would be bidders that would not participate because of the buyer’s premium. 

We were also advised after a few Auctions both the Sellers & Bidders would realize what was really happening behind the scenes. Bottom Line —- Sellers are bringing better merchandise and are not putting unreasonable reserves on anything – our Sold, Sold, Sold percentage has increased dramatically.  More Happy Sellers! More Happy Buyers! Happy Auctioneers!


CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE AUCTION? BID ONLINE !!!  We start the Pre-Auction Absentee Bidding on Wednesday, One Week prior to the Live Auction and close the online bidding at 7:00 PM, Tuesday Evening prior to the Live Auction that starts at 10:00 AM, Wednesday morning.

If possible for you, come out, look the items over, listen to them run, check them over!  Go home and go to JBRauctions.com, register to bid and place your Bid(s) online!  We’ll help you get registered and walk you through the process if you have any questions!

Here Is How It Works:  The Online portion of these Auctions are just exactly what they say they are “Pre-Auction Absentee Bids”! We utilize this to enable Bidders that are unable to attend the Live Auction to be able to participate in the Auction.  The final selling price happens after the bidding during the LIVE AUCTION!

Just because you are the high bidder when the Pre-Auction Absentee Bidding ends does not necessarily make you the final winning bidder.

The High Bidders Bid is then taken to the Live Auction and a Designated Bidder then bids on their behalf against the Live Bidders in attendance at the Live Auction.

Very, Very, Very Important!  When you are bidding Online it is easy, you see an item you like, the price is right so you click to bid and the Auction program will place the bid for you in the next bidding increment posted.  Someone else will bid again and you raise your bid.  A lot of people get wrapped up bidding against the other guy Online and forget they not only have to beat the Online guy but they must outbid the Bidders at the Live Auction also!  When they have the Online guy outbid they quit bidding – Wrong! You must still compete with the Live Auction Bidders!

When you place a bid there is a place to bid the next required increment but it will also ask you if you want to place your “Maximum Bid?”  Always, Always, Always place your Maximum Bid if you are serious about getting an item bought!

Maximum Bid Example:  Let’s say you are interested in Lot #1, a Truck, it’s just what you have been looking for, you naturally want to get it as cheap as possible but you would pay up to $10,000 + BP to own the truck if you had to.  You look online and it says the current bid is only $5,000 and is asking for a $5,100 bid.  When you place your bid, bid your maximum of $10,000!  What will happen is this – the computer will automatically bid for you up to your maximum bid!  Say you bid your Max at $10,000 – it will show you the high bidder at $5,100! It won’t jump to your full maximum bid! It will bid for you up to your Max!

Now, let’s say that 7 PM on Tuesday Evening the Online Bidding closes and you are the current high bidder at $7,500.  That Does Not mean you are the winning bidder and you bought the truck!  What happens is we take your current high Online bid to the live Auction and you are in at $7,500 – we have a Designated Bidder bid on your behalf just like you were in attendance at the Live Auction up to the amount of your Maximum bid.  If the Truck ends up selling for $8,800 congratulations! You got a bargain! $1,200 less than what you were willing to pay!

ALSO:  When the Online Pre-Auction Bidding closes ONLY the Designated Bidder knows what the amount of the Maximum Bids are. No-one else has that information, not the Auctioneers, not the Ringmen, only the Designated Bidder. That information is disclosed to no-one, especially other bidders!

ATTENTION! DO NOT CALL THE SELLERS !!!If you have ANY questions about anything we are selling call our offices and talk to JB Sr.  He will advise you of what information is available and/or try to get your questions answered.
We have a 35-year relationship with KAMO Electric, NEO-REC & Northeast Rural Services, selling their surplus vehicles and equipment.  Regretfully during 2017 they have been overwhelmed with phone calls requesting information, service records, wanting to talk to the mechanics, wanting to talk to the employees that drove the vehicles, etc.
There will never be any service records available – there aren’t any!  NO, they won’t let you talk to the mechanics or operators!  When it is time for their equipment to be declared surplus they turn it over to us to market and sell – they want the units gone. They do a very good job of informing us of any known defects and specifically instruct us to disclose the known defects when the items are sold.

Some individual Sellers may welcome your calls & questions – if so, call JB Sr and he will get you with the Seller.



Please Read:

(1) Cold Hard Fact of Life —- We can’t hold a gun to any Sellers head and make them sell their items. Neither can any other Auction Company.

(2) Everyone always gets strung out about what the reserve might be but they NEVER take into consideration what the other Bidders might bid??? 

(3) An item may have a $5,000 lien against it that must be satisfied but there are 2 Bidders willing to give $7,500 for it when the bidding starts – the $5K reserve didn’t mean anything did it?

(4) We run into all kinds of things – mortgages or liens that need to be satisfied, once in a great while something may need Court approval, other conditions may arise – so we avoid advertising “absolute”. 

(5) YOU may own a tractor that books for $15K and you need to sell it – you owe the bank $10K on it – Would You Take Less Than $10K for it? I don’t think so. But if a bidder bought your tractor for $12.5K-$15K they got a good deal, everyone happy!

(6) We have been at this a long time. We have seen (and continue to see) the word “Absolute Auction” used by others to entice bidders and then we find out later it was just a come-on to get you there.  We will never do that to our Bidders.

(7) BUT – we do have Sellers that bring us units that positively sell to the high bidder, they never put a minimum on anything! KAMO, NEO-REC, NRS, some Banks, and about half of our individual consignors bring it in and say sell it!  In 35 years, the Electric Companies have NEVER put a minimum on anything!

(8) We work hard at NOT taking unreasonable reserves, don’t want to waste our time or yours. 


Questions?  Call JB, Retta or JB Jr!  918-256-5524

Do you have a piece of equipment that would be hard, difficult or expensive to move to our location for the Auction? Not A Problem – We Have the Solution! Call for Information!

To Get Your Items on the SOLD List Call Today!

JB Robison Auctioneers

(918) 256-5524 Main Office

(918) 786-4864 Grove

(417) 623-7777 Joplin

(918) 244-8802 JB Cell


Loader Available

Restrooms Available

Please Remove Items by 5:00 PM, Saturday Following the Auction If Possible!


Announcement: Information contained herein is presented on behalf of the seller. J.B. Robison Auctioneers Realtors, agent for the seller, cannot guarantee the information to be correct or assume the liabilities for errors and omissions. All lines drawn on maps are approximate. Buyers should verify the information to their own satisfaction. Any announcements made from the auction block on day of auction will take precedence over any matter of print and will be final.