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During the 2014 event, there were five cars that were auctioned off specifically to help benefit local and national charities.The top selling car that year was the 2013 Lamborghini Aventador; which cost include (price with commission) $440,000.Photo by: BARRETT-JACKSON
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The 2014 auction made more than $33M in sales with the largest number of consigned vehicles during the three-day auction at the Mandalay Bay Event Center in Las VegasPhoto by: BARRETT-JACKSON
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In 2015 Barrett Jackson hit a 98% percent sell-through rate with sales totaling more than $27 million and $750,000 raised for charity. The top selling car that year was the 1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88 which cost $330,000.Photo by: BARRETT-JACKSON
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The all-original 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 (Lot #749) led the way as the highest seller during the 2016 auction at $357,500. Barrett also sold cars from the Tammy Allen Collection, which captured over $3.8 million in sales, as well as the record-smashing sale of the ’76 “Wayne’s World” AMC Pacer (
Lot #608) that sold for $37,400.Photo by: BARRETT-JACKSON
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Barrett-Jackson celebrated its 10th Annual Las Vegas Auction with a record attendance of over 74,000 people watched as 671 vehicles crossed the block, delivering an impressive 99.25 percent sell-through rate. The top-selling vehicle this year was the 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder, which cost $1,760,000.Photo by: BARRETT-JACKSON
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Barrett-Jackson celebrated his yearlong Driven Hearts campaign in Las Vegas by selling a 50th Anniversary Ford Shelby during the auction. This year many of the cars sold were in support of Barrett-Jackson’s Driven Hearts campaign, which raised $215,000 for the American Heart Association.Photo by: BARRETT-JACKSON
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A 2015 Porsche 918 Hybrid (
Lot #749) highlighted a record week at the 2018 Las Vegas Auction, selling for $1.76 million on Super Saturday at Mandalay Bay. Photo by: BARRETT-JACKSON
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Barrett-Jackson's, collector car auction finished the year on a high note, with its first 100% No Reserve collector car and automobile auction in nearly a decade. The top-selling vehicle, a 2017 Ford GT ’66 Heritage Edition (
Lot #747) sold for a record $1,540,000.Photo by: BARRETT-JACKSON
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One of the highlighting moments from the auction was the appearance of the legendary Roger Penske for the sale of a 2018 Ford Fusion NASCAR Racecar (
Lot #3001) which was sold to benefit the United Way for Southern Michigan.Photo by: BARRETT-JACKSON