Barrett-Jackson Reschedules Scottsdale Auction to March Due to Pandemic

Ford GT

Every year following the holidays, automotive enthusiasts begin counting down the days until the return of warmer weather and automotive events. Many people have their rides tucked away in their garage with little to look forward to for the next few months. The first real event of the year has always been the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction which typically takes place the first week or two of the year.

Not this year! Barrett-Jackson has moved their crown-jewel event to March in an effort to better safeguard their customers, sponsors and guests. It is now scheduled to take place in March of 2021.

This is truly an unprecedented challenge in our country’s history, and one we take very seriously. Our decision to delay the auction was made to protect the public’s safety and health. Our consignors have been very supportive, and we already have a fantastic docket of collector cars shaping up for the March auction. We look forward to delivering the Barrett-Jackson experience that enthusiasts enjoy at our flagship Scottsdale Auction in March of 2021.

Highlights of this years auction include a 2017 Ford GT, 1965 Shelby GT350 and a 2018 Ford GT ’67 Heritiage Edition.

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