Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction

Barrett- Jackson was established in 1971 by Tom Barrett and Russ Jackson. The first auction ever held by Barrett-Jackson consisted of Russ and Toms own collections. Today, Barrett- Jacksons expert staff has more then 130 years of combined experience and have a diverse knowledge in the automotive field. When it comes to collector car auctions, Barrett-Jackson is the leading auction house. They also specialize in automotive lifestyle events. Barrett- Jackson is based in Scottsdale, Arizona but also arranges auctions in Palm Beach, Florida, Reno/Tahoe, Nevada and Las Vegas. Barrett- Jackson arranges auctions once per year in each city and they consists of hundreds of rare, unique and valuable automobiles.

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1951 CHEVROLET DELUXE CUSTOM COUPE
This Chevy Deluxe has a small-block Chevy engine, with a 3-speed automatic transmission. It’s also equipped with power steering, headers, dual exhaust and an aluminum radiator. This cool old cruiser features new Satin Gun Metal Gray paint and interior. Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
1955 NASH METROPOLITAN 2 DOOR COUPE
Rare 1955 Nash Metropolitan "Airflyte" in the 1955 colors of Caribbean Blue Green and Snow Berry White. The previous owner tenderly cared for this car for the last 15 years. A documented restoration on this extremely rare "Airflyte" coupe in captured in a photo journal of over 30 photos. Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
1950 CHEVROLET DELUXE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE
This stunning custom Deluxe convertible is finished in Driftwood metallic PPG paint with beautiful chrome work throughout. Features halogen headlights and frenched-in 1950 Ford tail lights. The German convertible top has a dark brown exterior with a tan interior utilizing a factory motor and bows. The rear bows are modified to achieve a smooth contour. Two padded convertible top boots are included, one matching the top and the other matching the interior. The trunk is finished to match the interior featuring custom inserts in the lid. The engine bay features a smoothed out firewall, balanced and blueprinted 383 V8 stroker motor with competition cam, roller rockers, a custom air cleaner that sits on top of an Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold and 4 barrel carburetor. A Doc's Blocks polished aluminum radiator provides cooling while custom valve covers give you the finishing touch on the Edelbrock aluminum heads. A high torque starter motor brings this car to life while exhaust is handled by dual 2.5" diameter exhaust through Flowmaster mufflers. Power is put to the ground via a GM 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive through a Ford 9" rear end. The chassis features a Mustang II front end and rear leaf spring suspension with anti-sway bars, power steering and front disc/rear drum brakes. The billet aluminum wheels come from Colorado Custom, influenced by a 1957 Cadillac's. Diamond Back wide white wall radial tires and rear fender skirts complete the look. The beige interior is finished in Ultraleather with a custom finished dash from a 1955 Chevy with Classic Instruments gauges mounted in a billet aluminum cluster. A custom color matched, dwarfed 1955 Chevy steering wheel sits atop a Flaming River steering column. Vintage Air heat and air conditioning, power windows and a custom stereo system with concealed speakers, subwoofer and power amp. Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
1930 ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM II SEDANCA DE VILLE BY HOOPER
With only five owners from new, this long-wheelbase Phantom II has a well-documented history. The latest caretaker of this great car had it for over 50 years. This Rolls-Royce was imported from England in the 1960s by Mr. Milburn of Santa Barbara, CA, who then sold the car to a Mr. Fred Crikos of Sebastopol, CA. This car started life with an open body by coachbuilder Hooper & Co, but returned to the coachbuilder in 1936 to have the current Sedanca De Ville body it still wears today. It is powered by a 7668cc 6-cylinder engine and 4-speed manual transmission, and is fitted with a rear sunroof, tools and factory luggage. Includes factory Build Sheets and documentation. Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
1953 MG TD CONVERTIBLE
One of the finest examples of a 1953 MG TD. Starts, runs, drives and shifts great. Complete body and mechanical restoration to original specifications. Engine, drivetrain, suspension, exhaust system, carburetors, brakes, electrical system and wiring harness rebuilt or replaced. All gauges and mechanisms have been rebuilt or replaced. Finished in British Racing Green with Biscuit leather seats and matching Biscuit softtop and side curtains. Carpeting, panels and piping replaced. The bright work was stripped and replated or replaced. The bottom of the car is as clean as the top. One of the classiest cars you will ever see going down the road. An absolute pleasure to show or drive. Starts, runs, drives and shifts like new with limited miles since restoration. This car has been submitted for inclusion on the MG Car Club T Register and was the subject of a Speed Channel documentary. Included are owner's manual, the owner's history and significant MG T Series information. This auto has been maintained in pristine condition and stored under cover in a climate controlled showroom. Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
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Attn: Megan Jones
7400 E Monte Cristo Ave
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Phone: (480) 421-6694 x178
Fax: (480) 421-6697
E-mail: mjones@barrett-jackson.com
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