Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Live broadcast begins this Saturday, January 20 beginning at 3 PM ET for a spectacular day of the most magnificent cars anywhere, and shifts into high gear for a special simulcast with sister network Discovery Channel from 6 PM- Midnight ET on Saturday.

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Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

The Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2018 auction is poised for a historic “Super Saturday” this weekend as some of the most high-profile vehicles are scheduled to cross the auction block. Viewers at home can catch all of the heart-pounding action beginning at 1:00 p.m. MST on Velocity, and then during a special, unprecedented six-hour simulcast on Discovery Channel and Velocity from 4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. MST.

The world watched collector cars cross the block while anticipation continued to build as Barrett-Jackson 2018 reached its midway point today, with the Discovery Channel broadcasting five hours of all the excitement live to an international television audience.

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One of the biggest annual automotive events in America, the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction, features thousands of bidders, leading athletes and celebrities and dedicated collectors all vehicles for their next one-of-a-kind ride.

A total of 365 vehicles crossed the block on Wednesday, from high-powered motorcycles and vintage tractors to incredible custom creations and highly original collectibles. There was even a 1931 Ford Model A Woody Wagon (Lot #535) from the collection of the late actress Mary Tyler Moore and a 2006 Pontiac Solstice (Lot #358) used in the blockbuster film “Transformers.” Taking top honors for the day was a 1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport (Lot #496), which sold for $117,700. Chevelles from 1969-70 were also popular, with three landing in the top 10 sales today, along with a 1968 Ford Mustang Bullitt re-creation (Lot #543) and a beautiful Impala Bubble Top from 1961 (Lot #521.1).

In the not-something-you-see-every-day category were a pair of fire trucks – one (Lot #400.1) a right-hand-drive Japanese model; the other (Lot #477.1) a 1977 model that’s been turned into a barbecue restaurant on wheels.As representatives from the Mayshad Foundation looked on, a 2018 Bennington 23SSBXP Pontoon Boat (Lot #3002) sold to benefit their organization.As representatives from the Mayshad Foundation looked on, a 2018 Bennington 23SSBXP Pontoon Boat (Lot #3002) sold to benefit their organization.

The second of 10 vehicles being auctioned for charity at the 2018 Scottsdale Auction crossed the block today – a beautiful 2018 Bennington 23SSBXP Pontoon Boat (Lot #3002), which sold for $100,000. The Mayshad Foundation – a program to empower young women in Africa by developing self-generating-income projects and more – received 100 percent of the sale price, as Barrett-Jackson waives all fees on charity vehicles.

Gas pumps topped off the competition at this morning’s Automobilia Auction, with four of them nabbing the best results of the day, including a tall, immaculately restored late 1940s-50s Gulf Oil Tokheim 39 model (Lot #9191), which sold for $32,200. Join us tomorrow for more excitement in the auction arena and all the activity around the 72-acre auction site – gates open at 8 a.m. and cars will be rolling until at least 9 p.m. Here’s a sampling of what went on today at the World’s Greatest Collector Car Auction:

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