Barrett-Jackson management says it will leverage IMG’s global network and expertise to enhance and grow the business.
The well-known collector car auction has purchased ClassicCars.com and the Collector Car Network.
The company will acquire Collector Car Network Inc., including its properties.
During the auction, the 100-percent No Reserve docket included 442 vehicles that sold for more than $23.5 million.
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Road Tours are exclusive weeklong or weekend (three-day) experiences.
The auction helps NASCAR team owner Richard Childress raise $425,000 for COVID-19 relief.
2020 Chevrolet Stingray VIN 001 sold for $3 million during the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction.
The “Green Hornet,” a prototype 1968 Shelby GT500, was one of the many specialty vehicles tested by Carroll Shelby and his team to develop cutting-edge automotive engineering during the 1960s.
Resto-Mods emphasize performance first, often retaining a more stock look; turning an original vehicle into a modern performance machine. Hallmarks include modern fuel-injection along with upgraded suspensions and disc brakes, as well as modern comforts such as air conditioning, power windows and locks.
Barrett-Jackson Celebrates 50 Years Of The ’69 Chevy Camaro With An Enviable Offering At The Northeast Auction
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Camaro, which is widely regarded as one of the most popular vehicles built during the golden age of muscle and pony cars.
Richard Petty-Autographed Ford Mustang Brings In $110,000 For Wounded Warrior Project At Barrett-Jackson
With a screaming yellow paint job, 825 hp and a Richard Petty signature on the dashboard, it would’ve been hard to miss the 2015 Ford Mustang GT convertible auctioned at the Barrett-Jackson event at the South Florida Fairgrounds.
According to Barrett-Jackson Chairman and CEO Craig Jackson, Japanese imports are capturing the attention of Gen Xers looking to finally drive the dream car of their younger years.