ASCO Equipment expands into Oklahoma.
ASCO acquired a location in Terrell from Mitchell and Bourland, Inc.
ASCO acquired Houston-based Hi-Way Equipment, solidifying ASCO as one of the largest construction equipment dealers in the United States, and brought the company eight new CASE Construction Equipment locations in Texas
ASCO acquired Texana Machinery in San Antonio and Austin, adding the CASE Construction Equipment line to ASCO
ASCO opened a location in Abilene, Texas, and purchased Roberson Rent All in San Angelo, Texas.
Between 1985-2008, ASCO opened several other additional stores.
Clark-Michigan merges with Volvo, making ASCO a Volvo Construction Equipment Dealer.
ASCO Acquired a Clark-Michigan dealership.
Caterpillar Tractor Company bought out Towmotor, and ASCO became a CAT Lift Truck dealer.
Bill Wright established Associated Supply Company, Inc., known today as ASCO, in Lubbock, Texas, as a Towmotor Lift Truck dealership and U.S. Army surplus store.