How many 9 cool cars and best seller went for Friday at Barrett-Jackson
A 1968 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback fetched $1 million and a first production 2022 Ford Shelby GT500KR went for $700,000 Friday at Barrett-Jackson.
Both were auctioned off for charity. The Mustang was custom built and auctioned off to benefit the Stars Foundation, which is the Saskatchewan-based Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service that was instrumental in providing assistance during the 2018 tragedy in which 16 people died when the bus of a Canadian provincial hockey team crashed.
Friday’s top non-charity sale was a 1956 Chevy Bel Air Custom Coupe that sold for $352,000.
The nine-day collector car auction at WestWorld of Scottsdale features a stream of classics from a range of generations to interest collectors local and from across the country.
While Barrett-Jackson is Arizona’s largest car auction and can be watched on TV, other auction houses are also in the Valley for Arizona Car Week.
Here are nine sold at auction at Barrett-Jackson on Friday, and the sale prices.
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1971 Ford Bronco
This red Bronco has been meticulously restored and customized, according to the description, including a three-inch lift supported all around by Rancho shocks, Eibach springs and modern power steering to balance on-road and off-road handling. The Bronco is powered by a 347 cubic inch Blueprint Ford Racing crate engine with 416 horsepower. Came for: $181,5000.
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom Coupe
Silver, black and lots of chrome. This ’56 Bel Air has a fuel-injected 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine. The matching silver, gray and black custom interior includes power windows, power seats and a resized factory-style steering wheel with tilt column, according to the descriptor. Came for: $352,000.
1956 Chevrolet 210 Custom Sedan
This polished red ’56 Chevy was featured in the October issue of Hot Rod magazine. Customizations include a 3-inch chopped top, custom glass and window seals, a turned over and reprofiled Studebaker front bumper and a recessed rear bumper with exhaust cutouts. It is powered by a 427/725 horsepower JMS Racing LS V8 engine. Came for: $104,500.
1950 Mercury Custom Coupe
This black cherry painted Mercury features a nose hood and deck deck, new stainless steel hardware and fasteners, hand formed sail windows and panels, working fender windows and quarter windows, front and rear bumpers filled and pointed and a 3 inch chop, according to the description. It is powered by a Roush Racing 302 cubic inch V8 crate engine with Holley Terminator fuel injection. Came for: $99,000.
1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer Custom SUV
This custom gray-green Blazer has received a full frameless restoration and is powered by a fuel injected 5.7 liter Holley Sniper V8 engine. It has a 4-inch Rough Country lift with 17×9 Pro Comp wheels wrapped in 35-inch tires, according to the descriptor. The interior is brown leather and suede with a custom Autosound Bluetooth radio. Come for: $220,000.
Ferrari 458 Spider 2014
This red Ferrari is powered by a 570 horsepower 4.5-liter V8 engine mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with paddle shifters. It has a beige leather interior with black leather inserts, full power controls, a premium Bluetooth satellite audio system and navigation. Come for: $253,000.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro Custom Coupe
This sleek black Camaro is powered by a new, bench-tested, 525-hp 6.0-liter LS V8 engine with Holley fuel injection. It features custom 18-inch BC forged wheels and BFGoodrich G-Force Rival tires. Came for: $275,000.
1966 Chevrolet C10 Custom Pickup
This deep blue custom resto-mod with imported Italian leather interior is powered by a 525-horsepower GM Performance 6.2-liter LS3 engine. Its polished fuel tank was moved to the rear of the truck between the frame rails and accessed by lifting the center section of the bed floor. The floor of the bed is made of polished Cambria ash wood. Came for: $143,000.
1973 by Tomaso Pantera
This black Pantera is powered by a 351 cubic inch Windsor V8 engine and is described as “a classic Italian supercar outstanding in every way”. The Pantera is expected to clear the auction block around 3:30 p.m. and the full sale price will be donated to the Barrow Neurological Foundation. Come for: $155,000.