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January 20, 2020

By: Jonathan

CARS

Top 5 From Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

The 1920s were roaring and by the results for Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale auction the 2020s look to follow suit when it comes to sales. The annual auction saw its largest sales total in their 49 year history bringing in over $141 million in no reserve sales! Making up that astounding total was a combination of charity lots and non-charity lots with the latter’s top 5 brining in $5,368,000 an over a million dollar a lot average.

5. 1963 ASTON MARTIN DB5 – $660,000

– Under 250 built

– Believed to be No. 52 and one of the first with the ZF 5-speed gearbox

– Original 400/1307 engine and gearbox

 

4. 2019 MCLAREN SENNA – $946,000

– 1 of 500

– Twin-turbocharged 4-liter V8 with 789hp and 590lb.-ft. of torque

– 0-60 in 2.8-seconds

 

3. 1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO ZL1 COPO – $1,094,500

– No. 59 of the 69 produced for this model year

– Only one with a NC8 chambered exhaust

– Original matching number car

 

2. 2017 FORD GT – $1,182,500

– One owner with 538 actual miles

– $82,250 in options, including Carbon Fiber Package and Dark Energy Interior Package

– 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine

 

1. 2017 FORD GT – $1,485, 500

– Over $50,000 in options

– 141 actual miles and out of the personal collection of former Ford VP

– 0-60 in under 3-seconds and over 216mph top speed

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