In addition to the available iron and power systems on display was the 1968 Firebird owned by Central Power chairman/CEO Robin Roberts, along with several other hot rods. While the Firebird looked ready to take on any challenger, there were no impromptu drag races despite an appearance by Jerry "Monza" Johnston and Joe "Dominator" Woods of the Discovery Channel show Street Outlaws.
Central Power Systems & Services has been serving the commercial equipment needs of the lower Midwest region with top quality on-highway, industrial and power generation products and services since 1954. Central Power has 15 convenient locations and is the authorized distributor of Allison Transmissions, Detroit Diesel, MTU and Mercedes engines in Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Nevada. CEG
(L-R): Andy Hippler, general manager on-highway sales, Central Power; Ray Hodson, sales – construction division, Central Power; Justin Karleski, construction sales, Central Power; Robin Roberts, chairman/CEO, Central Power; Jerry “Monza” Johnston of Street Outlaws; Allen Bruflodt, general services manager, Central Power; Wayne Morgan, branch manager of Salina, Kan., Central Power; and Joe “Dominator” Woods of Street Outlaws.
Customers had a chance to look over and operate this Doosan DL280 wheel loader.
Central Power displayed Wacker Neuson skid steers and telehandlers at its Salina, Kan., open house.
Looking over this Wacker Neuson ST31 tracked skid steer (L-R) are KDOT’s David Krieger, Stewart Graves and Derrick Rectenwald.
Next to the Wacker Neuson TH627 ground engaging telehandler (L-R) are Kevin Butts, district manager of Wacker Neuson; Devin Koehn of Central Power; Shane Komarek of Salina Trailer Service; Randy Eubank, ASR of Wacker Neuson; and Ron Tucker of Gary Johnson Trucking.
Customers got to see this 1968 Firebird owned by Central Power chairman/CEO Robin Roberts.
Central Power had the Wacker Neuson EZ28VDS mini-excavator on display, which is equipped with a vertical digging system that is great for digging on slopes.