Barrett-Jackson Returns to Dwell Auctions, Proves Resiliency of Collector Automobile Market Throughout 2020 Fall Public sale
October 26, 2020 by Barrett-Jackson
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Oct. 26, 2020 – Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Best Collector Automobile Auctions, returned to in-person occasions through the Fall Public sale at WestWorld of Scottsdale, October 22-24, 2020, with a secure and extremely profitable public sale.
Through the three-day public sale, the 100-percent No Reserve docket included 442 automobiles that offered for greater than $23.5 million, whereas 349 items of automobilia introduced in additional than $634,000 and $845,000 was raised by the sale of three charity automobiles, bringing the overall quantity offered on the Barrett-Jackson public sale block to greater than $24.9 million. Along with the web and international TV viewers, the bidders, consignors and invited visitors who attended lauded Barrett-Jackson for the extraordinary measures taken to make them snug about their well being and security.
‘We’re so grateful for the bidders, consignors and visitors who joined us for our first in-person occasion since January,’ stated Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. ‘The suggestions from our attendees was overwhelmingly constructive. Our visitors had been sincerely appreciative of the efforts we took to place well being and security on the forefront throughout this public sale. Working intently with the Metropolis of Scottsdale and officers from WestWorld, we demonstrated that we may host reside occasions and keep the very best requirements of security. We’re excited to hold this pleasure into our January 2021 Scottsdale Public sale.’
The 2020 Fall Public sale featured three personal collections and produced 27 world public sale gross sales data, together with the public sale’s prime vendor, a 2018 Ford GT (Lot #748) that offered for $1.21 million. On Thursday, world-champion rallycross driver Ken Block was on the block to assist public sale his 2016 Ford Focus RS RX (Lot #3000), which offered for $200,000 to profit Workforce Rubicon. Practically 20 hours of reside public sale protection premiered on A+E Networks throughout FYI and HISTORY, whereas Barrett-Jackson.com streamed all of the automobiles, on a regular basis.
The highest automobiles, all promoting at No Reserve, through the 2020 Fall Public sale embody:
2018 Ford GT (Lot #748) – $1,210,000
2012 Lexus LFA (Lot #749) – $440,000
2005 Ford GT (Lot #725) – $302,500
1963 Chevrolet Corvette Customized Coupe (Lot #763.1) – $286,000
2017 Dodge Viper ACR (Lot #757) – $229,900
1963 Chevrolet Corvette Break up-Window Customized Coupe (Lot #753) – $214,500
1970 Plymouth HEMI ‘Cuda (Lot #740) – $209,0002016 Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Race Automobile (Lot #726) – $198,000
2020 Jeep Gladiator Customized Demon Rubicon (Lot #760) – $198,000
1968 Pontiac Firebird Customized Coupe (Lot #698) – $187,000
1959 Chevrolet Corvette Customized Convertible (Lot #771) – $187,000
‘It was such a pleasure to be again on that public sale block and watch enthusiastic bidders mild up when their dream automotive crossed the stage,’ stated Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. ‘We proved that it isn’t solely doable to supply a reside occasion the place visitors really feel secure, however that the collector automotive group stays vibrant and the market is resilient and wholesome.’
A complete of $845,000 was raised for charity with the sale of three automobiles through the Fall 2020 Public sale. Thus far, Barrett-Jackson has raised greater than $127 million for greater than 170 organizations nationwide. The three charity automobiles included:
Ken Block’s 2016 Focus RS RX (Lot #3000) ‒ $200,000 benefiting Workforce Rubicon
2019 Ford F-350 Lariat Customized Pickup (Lot #3001) ‒ $275,000 benefiting Constructing Houses for Heroes
2020 Chevrolet Corvette (Lot #3002) – $370,000 benefiting Heartstrings Basis
This Automobilia Public sale included 349 real, genuine gadgets that offered for greater than $630,000. The highest automobilia items that offered through the 2020 Fall Public sale embody:
1950s Mobiloil Pegasus Animated Porcelain Neon Signal (Lot #8298) – $40,250
Massive 1929 Shell Oil Porcelain with Neon Signal (Lot #7299) – $18,400
Late 1950s – Early 1960s Texaco Oil Neon Porcelain Signal (Lot #7298) – $17,825
1955 Texaco Gas Island with Two Bowser Fuel Pumps (Lot #8251) – $17,250
1928 Texaco Oil Wayne 515 Seen Fuel Pump (Lot # 7270) – $13,800
‘We applaud the nice lengths Barrett-Jackson took to comply with native, state and federal well being and security protocols and pointers through the public sale,’ stated Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane. ‘They’ve demonstrated how an in-person occasion will be efficiently managed. We admire their dedication to defending the well being of everybody who attended the occasion and look ahead to working with them on their subsequent Scottsdale public sale.’
Barrett-Jackson is now accepting consignments for the 2021 Scottsdale Public sale.