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.
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
According to the Toyota website, the curb weight of a 2014 Prius is 3,042 pounds. Curb weight is defined as the total weight of a vehicle with standard equipment and all necessary fuel and fluids, but without passengers or cargo.Full Answer >
PZEV stands for partial zero emissions vehicle. A partial zero emissions vehicle does not give off any evaporative emissions from its fuel system. As of 2014, all partial zero emissions vehicles have 15-year/150,000-mile warranties on their emissions system.Full Answer >
Infiniti is a luxury vehicle line manufactured by Japan-based Nissan Motor Company. The line was introduced in 1990 in an effort to fill the upscale market niche not yet accessed by mainstream Nissan models.Full Answer >
Chevy double-hump heads are stock cylinder heads that are very popular for use in Street Stock and Pure Stock racing classes because they can be race ready with minimal modifications. These heads feature small chambers for high octane fuel, smaller intake ports and larger valves for better flow. The ports, while small for a big street motor, are perfect for racing classes that require a 500 CFM two barrel carburetor..Full Answer >