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:
Barrett-Jackson’s CEO and chairman Craig Jackson has proudly revealed his just-restored 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 EXP prototype, better known as “Little Red.”
Initially shown at last December’s PRI show in Indianapolis, a one-of-a-kind John Force 2020 COPO Camaro will be auctioned at this week’s 49th Barrett Jackson Scottsdale Auction.
Ford Motor Company is back at it again with the re-release of “The Green Hornet” Ford Mustang.
The Green Hornet, a 1968 Shelby Mustang GT500, has been restored and made its debut at SEMA in the Shell “Performance Pavilion.”
Some amazing autos crossed the block at Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas this year. We’ve chosen 12 of the coolest for you to enjoy!
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!