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Supercars and American Muscle Head To Auction

By Elizabeth Puckett Sep 13, 2019
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By Elizabeth Puckett Sep 13, 2019
Ferraris, Lambos, Ford, and Dodges are heading to Barrett-Jackson!

When Barrett-Jackson heads to Las Vegas in October, it will include a lot of amazing cars. Some of the stars monikers of this year include Lamborghini, Dodge, Ford and Ferrari, including a stunning 2019 488 Spider convertible (Lot #749) presented with a Nero DS finish.

“There’s a tangible excitement that fills the room whenever a supercar crosses the auction block,” said Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “I believe that’s largely because these are the aspirational cars many of us grew up dreaming to own. Their sleek, aerodynamic designs and state-of-the-art engineering have been orchestrated together to obtain the pinnacle of performance and speaks to the heart of all automotive enthusiasts. We can’t wait to share some incredible examples of supercars with our guests in Las Vegas next month.”

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Crossing the auction block is a heavily optioned 2019 488 Spider convertible, one of several Ferraris heading to Mandalay Bay Convention Center, October 3-5, 2019. Powering the Spider is a mid-mounted 3.9-liter V8 engine that makes 661-horsepower. A Rosso Cora 2014 Ferrari California convertible is with only 7,983 miles and 483-horsepower is on the docket as well.

“The astonishing range of collectible vehicles available at Barrett-Jackson makes our events truly unique,” said Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. “This year’s Las Vegas Auction, for example, will include several highly sought-after supercars, like the second- and third-generation Ford GTs. These stunning supercars are destined to be the real stars in Vegas and will make an enviable addition to any collection, right alongside a custom Bel Air or a Resto-Mod Mustang, which will also be in the spotlight in October.”

Ford GTs will be heavily represented, as well as a one of a kind Dodge Viper ACR. The mix of cars is going to satisfy those looking for the best of power and performance!

Other supercars that will cross the Las Vegas Auction block include:

-2005 Ford GT (Lot #764) - One-family-owned vehicle with 7,078 actual miles
-2017 Dodge Viper GTC (Lot #767) –Built during the final run for 2017
-2008 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano (Lot #762) – Powered by a V12 with F1 6-speed automatic transmission
-1999 Ferrari 360 Modena (Lot #689) – Less than 6,600 actual miles
-2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Convertible (Lot #723) – Less than 60 actual miles and features the ZTK Track Performance Package

 


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