Auction At Barret-Jackson Offering Twelve Vehicle Pairs
You would certainly be seeing twice than the usual with the upcoming auction. After all, if you love twins, then this event is going to be one thing you can surely be looking forward to.
The 36th Annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Event would be offering bidders vehicle pairs. Yes, not only single vehicle units but actually vehicle pairs. The event would be starting on the 13th of January next year and it would be ending on the 21st of the same month. This would be held in Scottsdale in Arizona. There would be actually seven sets which would be sold as pairs while another five sets can be sold separately.
This great auctioning event has already been given the name as the “world’s greatest collector car events” and according to its organizers, there would be more than 1,200 units of the finest collector vehicles in the world. In fact, the whole event has been estimating more than 225,000 visitors coming and sharing in all the fun and action.
Craig Jackson is the CEO of the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company and he proclaims, “The only thing better than a classic, rare collector car is a near identical one to match it. With twelve pairs scheduled to cross the block, we’re adding a new dimension to the auction for hardcore collectors. The chance to nab two timeless classics with one swipe will be impossible to pass up.”
Vehicles that you can choose from and bid on include two of the rarest 1954 Dodge Firearrow concept cars. There is also a pair of 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Tankers which are still in working condition. Who knows? You may want to bid on these vehicles and work them up with some IPCW lights or Injen intakes.
Jackson also does add, “In addition to being sold as pairs, these are some of the finest vehicles to be offered at the auction. Bidders will be elated when they realize that not one, but two of their dream vehicles are available for one bid. Adding two ’69 Camaros or two ’63 Corvette Tankers to their collections in one shot will be a memorable experience for the high bidders. This will be a very special day for the lucky bidders who capture these crown jewels.”
About the Author: Terry Brown is a 32 year old from Houston Texas, and an enthusiast for anything auto-related. He currently writes auto-related articles for several publications.