Here’s what you need to know about Barrett-Jackson’s 2023 collector car auction in Scottsdale
Dec 13, 2022, 4:35 AM
PHOENIX — It’s almost time for Barrett-Jackson’s annual collector car auction to speed into WestWorld of Scottsdale.
After a popular 2022 event that brought in nearly $9 million for charities, organizers are planning for an action-packed 52nd iteration.
“This year’s Scottsdale auction will once again provide an unforgettable experience for our guests with an extraordinary docket and a host of activities that demonstrate why we deliver the world’s greatest collector car auctions,” CEO Craig Jackson said in a press release.
Here’s what you need to know about the 2023 auction:
Barrett-Jackson will take over WestWorld of Scottsdale, located at 16601 N. Pima Road, from January 21-29.
Gates open at 8 a.m. each day and will stay open until the end of the auction in the evenings.
The Future Collector Car Show will debut Jan. 22. The show will feature “vehicles that best represent the future of the collector car hobby with the goal of celebrating the cars we love today and the future collectibles of tomorrow.”
The event will also have a fashion show, a live DJ and sponsor exhibits.
Those interested have until Jan. 2 to apply to display a vehicle in the show.
Every entry will qualify for the Best In Show trophy, which will be awarded to the most popular car on Jan. 28.
This year’s docket includes a 1966 Shelby Group II Mustang built for racer Ken Miles.
Also available is a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT. Only 644 were sold in the United States during its production from 2004-2006.
More cars up for auction: a frozen white 2020 Ford GT Carbon Series, a 2019 Ford GT Lightweight, a second-generation 2006 Ford GT that is one of two with factory stripe delete and one of only 75 finished in speed yellow, a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette custom convertible built by Jeff Hayes Customs and finished in dirty martini green and a 1956 Lincoln Continental custom Mark II built by Sic Chops in Cave Creek.
Advance tickets are on sale. Passes for all nine days are $199 for adults, $160 for seniors, military, students and first responders, and $83 for children.
Tickets purchased on the day of admission (online or at the gate) are $215 for adults, $171 for seniors, military, students and first responders, and $104 for children.
Opening day is family day, meaning children 12 and under receive free admission when with an adult.
A full list of ticket prices and VIP options are available online.