Top Highlights from 2021 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

Click Here to Begin Slideshow Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions, showed that the collector car market is thriving during its weeklong Scottsdale Auction at WestWorld of Scottsdale, March 20-27, 2021. Among the most notable sales during the week was the 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake (Lot #1396) that sold for $5.5 million and a 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 (Lot #1394) that sold for $2.475 million.  “It was wonderful to be back among our friends and family in the collector car community,” said Craig Jackson. “The pandemic challenged us all in different ways, which is why it was great to reconnect and celebrate this passion we all love so much. It’s also why we curated a quality docket that included some of the very best examples of collector cars. With so many auto shows and traditional events cancelled over the past year, we were thrilled to provide a stage for the world’s top automakers to showcase their latest vehicles. We also relished the chance to write history with the sale of the most VIN 001 and first production vehicles ever offered at auction, which raised $5.8 million for charity.” It was an action-packed return to the block, so we wanted to share some of our favorites to cross the block! Click Here to Begin Slideshow

Top Highlights from 2021 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

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Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions, showed that the collector car market is thriving during its weeklong Scottsdale Auction at WestWorld of Scottsdale, March 20-27, 2021. Among the most notable sales during the week was the 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake (Lot #1396) that sold for $5.5 million and a 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 (Lot #1394) that sold for $2.475 million. 

“It was wonderful to be back among our friends and family in the collector car community,” said Craig Jackson. “The pandemic challenged us all in different ways, which is why it was great to reconnect and celebrate this passion we all love so much. It’s also why we curated a quality docket that included some of the very best examples of collector cars. With so many auto shows and traditional events cancelled over the past year, we were thrilled to provide a stage for the world’s top automakers to showcase their latest vehicles. We also relished the chance to write history with the sale of the most VIN 001 and first production vehicles ever offered at auction, which raised $5.8 million for charity.”

It was an action-packed return to the block, so we wanted to share some of our favorites to cross the block!

Click Here to Begin Slideshow

1950 FORD F-1 CUSTOM PICKUP FRICTION - $192,500

1955 CHEVROLET NOMAD CUSTOM WAGON - $27,500

1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 - $425,000

1968 SHELBY GT500 EFI PROTOTYPE - $396,000

1969 DODGE CHARGER DAYTONA - $236,500

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