Let’s take a look at some of our favorites that crossed the block from Arizona’s auction week!
The Arizona auction week brings together collector car enthusiasts from all over the globe.
Starting Sunday, Jan. 13, Barrett-Jackson’s Authentic Automobilia Auction will begin, sending auto enthusiasts and fans of nostalgic collectibles alike into a frenzy of bidding. Here are a few highlights for which you might want to keep an eye out!
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.
We bid farewell to a pair of Dodge behemoths.
With over 1,500 qualified bidders registered for the upcoming Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction, there’s no shortage of gorgeous machines upon which to feast your eyes.
Fiat Chrysler will be sending the last Dodge Viper ever built to Barrett Jackson next month instead of keeping it at its heritage center in Detroit.
Ridetech, with the help of several another partnering manufacturers including Holley, Lingenfelter, Baer and more, turned this 1971 Camaro into a pro-touring street carver.
One of the greatest things about the Barrett-Jackson auctions are not only the expected cars, but the unexpected cool ones that show up.