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Watching the auction...only one MOPAR (Road Runner) has come across. Only one...what's with that?
They are ford lovers.
Yep! Looks that way.
I don't want to sell my MOPAR. Nice ones are to hard to find!
They finally showed a 66 Belvedere. 440 Commando. Hasn't come across the block yet.
Barrett is crawling with nice Mopars. Remember they save the best for last Auction Cars in Scottsdale
Good thought, makes sense, save the best for last.
They just called a '71 Duster a Demon...
The first couple of days, are the cheaper driver cars. If built right you can pick a nice driver for less money then the price to build it. The big dollar cars don't pass the block till Saturday and Sunday.
The BIG $$ cars go across the block on Friday & Saturday. Sunday is bargain day...
Barrett is why we can't afford most of the B and E body cars anymore...
If I see one more Corvette,,I'm going to throw up!!!! I'm behind ,,I recorded it.
I noticed that, and quit watching after seeing what seemed like 12 in a row.
I saw several nice 68-70 Chargers in the lineup a few weeks ago.
This one sold. $117k
Prices for stock/restored Mopars were way down this year, something I am happy to see. Modified cars though, sky high! A couple of those resto-mod Corvettes weren't even real original-VIN cars but still tickled $200K. Apparently money doesn't buy smarts.
Seems like 200k could buy your own custom build ?
I heard one of the commentators say 85% of the cars this year were custom. Maybe they become more desirable than original when the economy is hoppin??
There was a nice ‘68 RR post car, older restoration but still showed well, that sold for $24k! That’s a great buy!!
this dumb shit says it all. it's nothing but the corvette mustang 55 Chevy show
I saw that, but the gavel came down at $107k - I think $10k must be the fees for buying at BJ? It cost $450 to bid (and you had to show bank statements to show you could pay)...if not for the $450 to try and if that Dart hadn't been scheduled on big money Saturday, I might've tried to scoop it - it's an amazing build, and early A's don't usually get much love
When that '66 Barracuda gasser sold for just $27500, I really wished that I had been sat there with cash in hand... that car was stolen. 1966 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA CUSTOM COUPE - Barrett-Jackson Auction Company - World's Greatest Collector Car Auctions You'd get way more attention at cruise night in that B'cuda than any of the resto-mod Corvettes that sold for 10x more. I honestly didn't understand what I was seeing all weekend long...
If anyone is interested in some walkthrough videos of all the vehicle tents, I was there with BluePrint Engines all week. All kinds of videos on our Facebook page, and I got plenty of mopars. BluePrint Engines