Street Car Takeover Charlotte ’17: Twin Peaks

Just a few pics from Twin Peaks Friday night. Awesome turnout, as you know, Saturday was “rained out”, so nothing from there. I have some video coming at some point too so check back for that!

All the photos at the link below!!

https://goo.gl/photos/XTQqwSdRhAT97BRt5

 

 

Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2017 Auction Coverage: 1-17

Dont miss one minute of TV Coverage from Barrett-Jackson, CLICK HERE for the complete TV Schedule!

 

Follow us on Twitter @jdsmotorsports for live commentary during each broadcast!

 

It’s auction time in Arizona! Today kicks off our annual coverage of Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale! Each day we will have cars to watch. We will also be providing live commentary each night on our Twitter account, you can follow us @jdsmotorsports !

 

For all of today’s auction lots, click the link below!

http://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Docket/Scottsdale-2017/Collector-Cars/6f804f02-1c09-4409-b85e-8fc5765d72d1/01-17-2017/01-17-2017

 

Here are our cars to watch for today!

(All Photos Credit Barrett-Jackson.com)

Lot 111, a 1991 Dodge Stealth. I’ve always liked these cars and their Mitsubishi cousin’s! They had a lot of problems back in the day, but still very cool cars!

 

Lot 214, BAN-ONE, need I say more?

 

Lot 204, they are only original once! Glad to see this 1940 Ford left that way, the patina on this thing is out of this world awesome!

 

Lot 235, The Skoal Bandit, maybe not as famous as its #33 cousin, but this car is still a cool piece. Top ten finish at Indy in 1995, driven by Rick Mast.

Lot 169 is a very clean, simple Corvette. In the world of big blocks and L88’s, and 427’s, and this and that, it’s just nice to see a simple, clean small block car!

 

Lot 172‘s color is what caught my eye most. Emberglo Orange, check it out!

Gooding & Company The Scottsdale Auctions ’14: Cars To Watch

On January 17th and 18th of 2014 Gooding & Company will present “The Scottsdale Auctions”. Below we will take a look at a few cars to watch during the auction. If you would like more info on the auction or to view their website, click the link below!

http://www.goodingco.com/auction/scottsdale-2014/

 

Due to the way Gooding & Company sets up the their website, I can’t share the photos, but I will still highlight a few cars going across the block to watch. To visit the online catalog, click the link below!

CLICK HERE

Our first one to watch is Lot #12, its a 1952 Hudson Wasp. Fitted with the rare twin-h power carb setup this would be a unique piece for anyone’s collection!

How about Lot #42, a 1956 Mercedes-Benz Gullwing, instead of the popular silver, this one is black. But not only that, its in original survivor condition. Very cool car.

Want something cooler than your average ’32 or ’34 Ford Roadster? How about Lot # 113, a 1934 Dodge? Another survivor car with only 28,500 miles.

It wouldn’t be fair not to mention Lot #137, a 1997 McLaren F1 GTR. What could be the big seller of the week in Arizona, with an estimated value of $5,000,000 to $7,000,000 dollars.