The collector value of a racing car is hard to estimate. One way to find out a fair market value for one is to see what racing cars bring at a big auction.
Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale wrapped up the first event of the company’s “Road to 50” tour, and what a way to start. Here are 10 of RacingJunk’s favorite vehicles to cross the stage:
Here’s a list of ten intriguing cars from the upcoming Barrett-Jackson auction taking place January 12-20. The selection, as you’d imagine, is stunning.
For Barrett-Jackson’s 2019 Scottsdale Auction, David Johnston will consign seven cars from very different parts of the car collecting world, all with No Reserve. First up is a 1957 A.J. Watson Indy roadster re-creation that’s been specially built for action at Bonneville Speed Week.
With gas prices staying reasonably level, it certainly comes as no surprise that sales of new trucks are on the uptick. But America’s love affair with pickups is spilling over to the classic and collectible vehicle market as well.
With the upcoming Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas auctions taking place October 19-21, there are plenty of good reasons to start browsing airlines for reasonable tickets and take a day or two off work. We’ve picked out ten of the prettiest machines to whet your appetite.
We asked the folks in the Barrett-Jackson office which vehicles crossing the block they thought were the most interesting at the upcoming B-J Northeast Auction. Let us know what you think!
2016 was a good year to be in the collector car market. It was also another great year to be über rich and have millions and millions of dollars.
Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale Auction always brings us amazing automobiles of all varieties.
Want one of The Fast and the Furious cars? Here’s your chance.