The 1968 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback brought $ 1 million, and the first production Ford Shelby GT500KR in 2022 was sold at Barrett Jackson for $ 700,000 on Friday.
Both were auctioned for charity. Mustang is custom-made to benefit the Stars Foundation, a Saskatchewan-based shock trauma air rescue service that helped during the 2018 tragedy that killed 16 people on a hockey team bus from a Canadian province. It was auctioned and crashed.
The top non-charitable seller on Friday was the 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom Coupe, which sold for $ 352,000.
The 9-day collector’s car auction in Scottsdale’s Westworld offers a wide range of classic cars, from generations to collectors interested in local and national collectors.
in the meantime Barrett Jackson is the biggest Arizona Car Auctions, And Can I saw it on TV, Other auction houses are in the valley of Arizona Car WeekSimilarly.
Here are the nine and sale prices that were auctioned on Friday at Barrett-Jackson.
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1971 Ford Bronco
This red Bronco has been meticulously restored and customized, including a Rancho shock, Eibach springs, and a 3-inch lift supported by the latest power steering to balance on-road and off-road handling. I did. The Bronco is powered by a 416 horsepower Blueprint Ford Racing 347 cubic inch straw car crate engine. gone: $ 181,5000.
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom Coupe
Silver, black, and lots of chrome. This ’56 Bell Air is powered by a fuel-injected LS3 6.2-liter V8 engine. According to the descriptor, the matching silver, gray and black custom interiors include a resized factory-style steering wheel with power windows, power seats and tilt columns. gone: $ 352,000.
1956 Chevrolet 210 custom sedan
This polished red ’56 Chevrolet was featured in the October issue of Hot Rod magazine. Some customizations include a 3-inch chopped top, custom glass and window seals, an inverted and reprofiled Studebaker front bumper, and a flash-mounted rear bumper with an exhaust cutout. It is powered by a JMS Racing LS427 / 725hp V8 engine. gone: $ 104,500.
1950 Mercury Custom Coupe
Painted with this black cherry, the Mercury has a nose hood and deck trunk, new stainless steel hardware and fasteners, hand-formed windows and sail panels, functional wing and quarter windows, and a filled peak front. And the rear bumper, which features 3 inches, according to the descriptor, chops. It is powered by a Roush Racing 302 cubic inch V8 crate engine with holy terminator fuel injection. gone: $ 99,000.
1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer Custom SUV
This gray-green custom blazer has undergone a complete frame-off repair and is powered by Holy Sniper’s fuel-injected 5.7-liter V8 engine. According to the descriptor, it has a 4-inch rough country lift with Procomp 17×9 wheels wrapped in 35-inch tires. The interior features brown leather and suede with a custom Autosound Bluetooth radio. gone: $ 220,000.
2014 Ferrari 458 Spider
This red Ferrari is equipped with a 570 horsepower 4.5 liter V8 engine and a 7-speed dual clutch paddle shift automatic transmission. It has a beige leather interior with black leather inserts, full power control, premium bluetooth satellite sound system and navigation. gone: $ 253,000.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro Custom Coupe
This sleek black Camaro is powered by a new dyno-tested 525 hp 6.0 liter LS V8 engine with holy fuel injection. Equipped with 18-inch BC forged custom wheels and BF Goodrich G-Force Rival tires. gone: $ 275,000.
1966 Chevrolet C10 Custom Pickup
Imported from Italian leather, this deep blue custom rest mod is powered by GM Performance’s 525 hp LS3 6.2 liter engine. The polished fuel tank is rearranged at the rear of the truck between the frame rails and accessed by lifting the central part of the bedfloor. Polished Cambria ash is used for the bed floor. gone: $ 143,000.
1973 De Tomaso Panthera
Powered by a 351 cubic inch Windsor V8 engine, this black Panthera has been described as “a classic Italian supercar of excellence in every respect.” Pantera must pass through the auction block around 3:30 pm and the full selling price will be donated to the Barrow Nervous Foundation. gone: $ 155,000.
This article was originally published in The Arizona Republic: How many cool cars and top sellers went to Barrett-Jackson on Friday