Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale ’14 Wednesday Recap

Lets look and see how ours cars to watch did! If you missed them, CLICK HERE

1988 Ford Mustang Saleen- $26,950, pretty good money for the car, but given the rarity of it, I can’t help but think it would have went for more later in the week.

1949 GMC Tow Truck- $12,650, very cool piece of patina to have sitting around for the money

1963 Dodge Polara- $60,500, solid money for this car to be a recreation!

1939 Chrysler Business Coupe- $27,500, a lot of car for the money!

1941 Dodge Truck-$82,500, strong money for the truck, this is a very hit or miss vehicle, not a lot of butts out there for a seat like this

1941 Ford Truck- $42,900

1971 Dodge Demon- $41,800 pretty strong price, but an ultra cool car!

2001 Misubishi Evo- $46,200, given Paul Walkers tragic death and fan following, I really thought this car would bring more money than it did.

1971 Chevrolet Corvette LT1- $55,000, solid money, these cars have been up and down over the years, looks like they are up again

1960 Chevrolet Bel Air- $66,000, I still maintain this is my pick of the auction.

There were a few deals to be had yesterday. Its too early to predict, but I really feel like the customized cars are on there way down and the original pieces are on there way back up!

I missed the end of the auction and the top five sellers but I will try and update as soon as I get the info!

Top Sellers:

1. 2013 Ford F-350 200,000 (charity)

2. 1970 Dodge Challenger 92,000

3. 57 Chevrolet Bel Air 90,000

4. 68 Custom Plymouth 80,000

5. 78 Chevrolet Corvette Pace Car 75,000

Be sure and check out Thursday’s cars to watch!

Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2014 Tuesday Recap

Day one is in the books at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale!

Lets take a look at how our cars to watch did, if you missed the original post about them, CLICK HERE

1990 Ford Mustang 7 Up Car: $9,900- Very fair price, figured it would have went for a few more thousand

1974 Chevrolet El Camino: $20,900- Strong money! Twice what I figured it was worth!

1976 Pontiac Trans Am: $23,100- Fair market price

1972 Winnebago: $12,100- I so would have bought this!

1934 Ford 3 Window-$45,100- You couldn’t build it for that!

1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible(blue)- $52,250- A little more coin than I figured!

1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible(orange)- $44,000- About what I figured, I actually liked this one better than the blue one.

1969 Ford Talladega- $110,000- Really? Wow! These cars have never got the respect they deserve as compared to the Daytona and Superbird, until now!

1963 Chevrolet Corvette- $55,000- Strong money for this car.

1970 Dodge Challenger T/A- $66,000- About right were I figured this car would be

I can’t believe how much money the early Mustang convertibles were bringing! Check out these two!

The second one is a little high, but the first one was out of this world high! If this is the trend, fastback cars may bring 200k!

There were a few decent deals, but nothing I would consider a bargain! I can’t believe how high the cars were tonight! Records will surely be broken come the weekend!

Top Five Sellers For The Day

5. 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS $70,000

4. 1958 Chevrolet Impala $75,000

3. 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS $75,000 (charity)

2. 1969 Ford Talladega $100,000

1. 2013 Ford Mustang $110,000 (charity)

If you haven’t already, be sure and check out Wednesday’s Cars To Watch by CLICKING HERE

RKMCCA Collector Car Auctions: Charlotte

You’ve heard us mention the name RK Motors before in our Ebay Finds Of The Week, they are one of, if not the largest muscle car dealers in the country. They are located in Charlotte, NC. You can visit their website by CLICKING HERE. This weekend they will be having a huge collector car auction at the Charlotte Convention Center in Downtown Charlotte, North Carolina. For all the info on it, visit there website by CLICKING HERE. Below are our top ten cars to watch at the auction. We will also feature some of the NASCAR and other auto racing items going across the block Wednesday and Thursday of this week so be sure and check back!


Wait a minute? Ten? You expect us to pick just ten? No way!

CLICK each picture for the car lot, All photos are credit and

We will count these two as a “pair”, or as one, to get us closer to “ten”

Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas 2013: Thursday Results

All right day one is in the books at Barrett-Jackson, lets take a look at how our cars to watch did on Thursday.

2012 Shelby GT500 Mustang: $500,000 (Money raised for Wounded Warrior’s Family Support)

1957 Lincoln Continental: $700,000 (Money raised for the Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital)

1970 Chevy Camaro Z28: $35,200 Surprised this one didn’t bring more money!

1979 Chevy Camaro Z28: $12,870

1950 Ford F1: $35,200

1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1: $23,650

1953 Packard Clipper: $25,300

1987 Buick Grand National: $26,400

2008 Shelby GT Mustang: $45,100 Pretty strong money, I’m not sure what these sold for to begin with but it couldn’t have been much more than that.

1969 Chevrolet Corvette: $50,050 No deal here as I had predicted, fifty grand is strong money for a non-original motor car.

For all of Thursday’s results, CLICK HERE

If you missed our Thursday Cars To Watch, CLICK HERE

Here are our cars to watch for today, Friday!

Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas 2013 Unofficial Guide

Its Barrett-Jackson time again! This time from Las Vegas, Nevada. Below are some helpful links that will enhance your viewing pleasure for the auction weekend!

Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas TV Schedule: CLICK HERE Daily Top Ten Cars To Watch(Thursday,Friday, and Saturday): CLICK HERE


If you are on facebook, be sure to “like” Barrett-Jackson by CLICKING HERE

You can also follow on facebook by CLICKING HERE

If you are on Twitter there are several different ways to get your Barrett- Jackson fix.

You can follow us @jdsmotorsports

You can follow Barrett-Jackson @barrett_jackson

You can follow Fox Sports 1 @FoxSports1

You can follow the National Geographic Channel @NatGeoChannel

Also be sure and stay tuned to the hash tags #barrettjackson and #lasvegas

For a complete list of cars for all three days and the results as they sell CLICK HERE

And as always, for everything Barrett-Jackson always refer to 

NASCAR Picks: New Hampshire


Tony Stewart almost pulled off some of that summer magic of his last weekend in Daytona for me, but hey, I’ll take a 2nd place.  That brings my over all average up to 11.6, maybe I’ll have a top ten average by the end of the year!

To see all my picks for the year, CLICK HERE

This week I’m going with Joey Logano. He’s won here before and has 4 top ten’s in 9 starts. The number 22 team is on an up swing and I think he can break into victory lane this weekend.

Yahoo Sports Fantasy Picks

Last week I thought I had a very solid week considering the randomness of restrictor plate racing. Like I mentioned above, Tony Stewart finished 2nd. Kurt Busch finished 6th, Dale Jr. 8th.  David Ragan came home a respectable 22nd. I also got a qualifying bonus for Kyle Busch.

This week my A driver is Jimmie Johnson, he’s on a such a role I can’t help but not pick him. My B team is Joey Logano and Kurt Busch. For my C driver I’m going with a bit of a respect move. I’m picking Morgan Shepard who Sunday will become the oldest person ever to race in Sprint Cup at the age of 72.  On the bench I’ve got Brad Keselowski, Ryan Newman, Kyle Busch, and Rickey Stenhouse Jr.