What will the 2020 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale show?December 28, 2019
Next year, at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction, which will be held from January 11 to 19, a huge number of different exotic cars will be exhibited.
I always expect good results from the already traditional Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale car auction, but the composition of the vehicles announced for 2020 exceeded all my wildest expectations. To accommodate an incredible amount of really cool cars, prime time sales hours on Fantastic Friday and Super Saturday will be expanded. The auction starts quite early – at 10 am Moscow time on “Fantastic Friday” and “Super Saturday.”
When viewing the published list of luxury cars, which is so huge that it will be shown in full in just two days, you can see an impressive array of fairly rare cars that are worth paying attention to.
Among them are the 1969 Plymouth Road Runner, the first production Chevrolet Corvette C8, the 2019 British McLaren Senna supercar, the “charged” Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake sports coupe, several cars from Paul Walker and much more.
In order to place all these cars in one place, the organizers of the auction Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale rented a huge territory in the town of Scottsdale, Arizona (USA). Already, the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2020 auction is breaking all records. So, for example, on Super Saturday, 11 copies of the American Ford GT supercar will be sold at auction. Among them is the 2005 Ford GT VIN 003, which is the earliest VIN model ever auctioned.
Auction Barret-Jackson Scottsdale 2020 will be held from January 11 to 19, 2020. The feature of this auction has always been live music, interactive restoration activities and the ability to drive a high-performance car driven by a professional. A live online broadcast of the event will also be organized.
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