Barrett-Jackson, one of the leading names in exotic and muscle car auctions, will be in Scottsdale, Arizona January 10-18th. Every car a collector could ever dream of will be available, from the 1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback to the 1948 Whizzer Scooter to the 1959 Crosley Hook and Ladder Fire Truck—there’s something for every type of collector. Lastly, let’s walk through some of the highlights.
On the auction block will be this stunning Ford GT in Quicksilver which was only available in 2005. The performance GT is still considered the highlight in Ford’s rich racing history, and with an 8 cylinder engine, it hasn’t lost its spirit.
There’s no reserve on this beauty, which can either be a great thing, or a high sell. This BOSS was ordered in this exact detail by a former Ford employee, and is an extremely rare example of a real BOSS 302, which is one of the most sought-after but difficult cars to find.
The interior and exterior are matching in a gorgeous emerald green on this rare sports car. This model toured major dealerships across the country when it first debuted, a showpiece for Pontiac and creator Harley Earl.
This beautiful piece was fully restored in 2003 in the factory-correct Ivy Green with white LeMans stripes and black interior, and comes fully equipped with:
- 4-Speed Manual Transmission
- V8 Engine
- Fold-down rear seat
- Dash-mounted tachometer
- Original 10-spoke aluminum wheels
Listed in the Shelby American World Registry, the Shelby GT350 comes with the original Shelby owner’s manual supplement, Shelby authentication, and more.
This one includes a special performance package, dual exhaust system, increased cooling capacity, and special suspension, and was designed from the ground up for drag race competition. According to the Barrett-Jackson website, Don Yenko built only 99 1969 Chevelles, and this fully documented and extremely rare piece is one of 22 still in existence.
Which car are you most looking forward to?
The Barrett-Jackson auction is in Scottsdale, Arizona, January 10-18. Visit the site at http://www.barrett-jackson.com/. Read Premier’s Auctions 101 for more about bidding at auction or click here for a complete Itinerary to the Scottsdale Auctions.