Without considering your taste in cars, it is a fact that there is a little something for everyone at the 43rd annual Scottsdale Auction, which started on 12th January and would last till January 19th.
The auction will cover everything from ferocious sports cars to American classical models and even legendary European creations. And if for any reason you cannot make it to Scottsdale, you need not worry; the Fox Network would be broadcasting 36 hours of TV coverage over consecutive six days for everyone to be amazed and appreciate the incredible machines on display and watch the enjoyment, excitement and tension of the bidders that emerges when the machines are auctioned off.
Craig Jackson, who is the Chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson, is highly delighted to be able to display and auction these fine machines and provide fans and buyers with a rewarding experience.
The CEO said, “For more than four decades we’ve been offering the world’s most valuable, collectible, and coveted cars and we’re proud to continue that tradition. With the Salon Collection offering in its third year, enthusiasts and collectors will once again experience the high-quality offerings they expect from Barrett-Jackson.”
The auction kicked off on 12th January with a special family-value day that is going to benefit Cox Charities, which will help the Virginia area youth and educational programs.
The following night will feature the Opening Gala where rock star Bret Michaels will be giving a special performance to get the show started.
Some of the cars that will be displayed are the 2001 Mitsubishi EVO Custom 4 Door that was used by late Paul Walker in the Hollywood blockbuster 2 Fast 2 Furious and the Ferrari Formula One car driven by both Eddie Irvine and seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher.