As of 2014, the most expensive car sold at the Barrett-Jackson car auction was a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette L88. The car was auctioned for a final bid of $3.85 million and was the only red-on-red 1967 model produced by GM.Know More
The L88 has a 427 V8 engine with official horsepower ratings of 430 horsepower. This car was also one of just 20 Corvettes produced by GM in 1967.
The second most expensive car sold at the Barrett-Jackson car auction as of 2014 was a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing Coupe. This car was sold after a final bid of $2.85 million.Learn more about Car Makes & Models
The Barrett-Jackson Auction Company has four automobile auctions scheduled in 2015. They take place in Scottsdale, Arizona, Palm Beach, Florida, Reno, Nevada, and Las Vegas, Nevada. The complete auction schedule detailing daily events is available on the Barrett-Jackson website.Full Answer >
Barrett-Jackson requires that an owner provide the make, model, year, body style and vehicle identification number for a vehicle before accepting it for auction. In addition, owners must provide interior and exterior color, owner estimated value, engine size, transmission style and a short description of the vehicle, plus other specifics.Full Answer >
As of February 2015, there are three scheduled Barrett-Jackson car shows remaining in 2015: April 17 to 19, August 7 to 8 and September 24 to 26. The three shows will be held in Palm Beach, Florida; Reno, Nevada and Las Vegas, Nevada, respectively.Full Answer >
The Barrett-Jackson auction company specializes in auctions of collector cars. These collectors cars include any rare or noteworthy vehicle with collectible value, though many of the cars sold by Barrett-Jackson are vintage American vehicles from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.Full Answer >