TOKYO: The annual Barrett-Jackson event in Scottsdale has ended with sale of 1,611 cars worth $130 million across the block after nine days of auction.
Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson stated that from sales and consignments to our ratings on Discovery and Velocity, company smashed records at every level.
Unique and rare Ford Mustangs customized by auto legend Carroll Shelby were just part of this treasure trove from Barrett-Jackson auctions in Scottsdale, Ariz.
The massive sale showcased the firm’s record number of consigned vehicles, with more than 1,600 rides on the block, including the renowned Ron Pratte Collection and the Salon Collection.
“This year’s Scottsdale auction was on a scale unlike anything in our 44-year history,” said Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “From sales and consignments to our ratings on Discovery and Velocity, we smashed records at every level. Our week kicked off with a gala and continued to build excitement with our largest vehicle consignment in history, including the sale of the Ron Pratte Collection . Everyone who attended this year’s Scottsdale auction was a part of automotive history.”
In addition to the record-setting docket, a record number of bidders attended the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction for a chance to purchase from the wide range of American muscle, European classics, exotic sports