The Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas auction is skyrocketing with record sales of $ 48 million, an NFT sale of historic vintage cars and celebrity guests including “Mr. Las Vegas “Wayne Newton



SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Barrett-Jackson, the world’s largest classic car auctions, continues to fuel the hobby with another live Las Vegas auction, June 17-19, at West Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). Among the notable vintage cars sold during the three-day auction was a 2015 McLaren P1 (Lot # 748) which sold for $ 1,567,500, and a 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster (Lot # 742) which brought in $ 1,045,000.

Boasting one of the most diverse 100% unqualified records of any previous Las Vegas auction, Barrett-Jackson has sold over 700 vehicles for over $ 46 million, while 284 automobilia parts have reported over $ 884,000, and $ 775,000 was raised through the sale of four charity vehicles. Barrett-Jackson also broke new ground as the first classic car company in history to sell four NFTs in a live auction, which brought in $ 67,000, bringing the auction total. to over $ 48 million with a 100% sale. and over 65 world record auctions.

“We came to Las Vegas thanks to the tremendous momentum of our record-breaking Scottsdale auction in March,” said Craig jackson, President and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “We accelerated this success with a 100% No Reserve record, more world auction records, a groundbreaking NFT sale and making history as the first public event in the fabulous new West Hall of the Convention Center. It’s absolutely clear that the classic car market is stronger than ever, and Barrett-Jackson is fueling that enthusiasm. We couldn’t be more proud to show the world that Las Vegas is once again open for business. Now, collectors and enthusiasts have even more reason to be eager to join us in Texas in September. Now is the time to register for our first Houston auction. ”

The 10 best-selling vehicles at the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas auction included:

  1. 2015 McLaren P1 (Lot # 748) – $ 1,567,500

  2. 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster (Lot # 742) – $ 1,045,000

  3. Ford GT 2019 (Lot # 749) – $ 1,023,000

  4. 1965 AC Cobra 289 Roadster CSX 2439 (Lot # 462) – $ 907,500

  5. 1994 Toyota Supra Fast and Furious Movie Car (Lot # 744) – $ 550,000

  6. 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split-Window Custom (Lot # 763) – $ 396,000

  7. 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Custom Coupe “The Grinch” (Lot # 770) – $ 385,000

  8. 2011 Porsche 911 Speedster (Lot # 741) – $ 385,000

  9. Frank Sinatra’s 1970 Maserati Ghibli (Lot # 740) – $ 330,000

  10. Henry Ford II 1966 Ford Mustang GT K-Code Convertible (Lot # 766) – $ 330,000

Barrett-Jackson added $ 775,000 to the more than $ 133 million raised to date for charity with the sale of four vintage vehicles in Las Vegas, including:

  • 2021 Ford Bronco 4-Door Badlands Raiders Edition (Lot # 3002) – $ 275,000 for the benefit of Grant a Gift Autism Foundation and Raiders Foundation

  • 2020 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Hertz / Hendrick Motorsports Edition (Lot # 3003) – $ 250,000 for the benefit of the Jack & Jill Late Stage Cancer Foundation

  • 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat AWD (Lot # 3000) – $ 180,000 for the benefit of the Ronald McDonald House in Detroit

  • 1956 Chevrolet 150 (Lot # 3001) – $ 70,000 for the benefit of Honor Flight Network

During the three-day Las Vegas auction, Barrett-Jackson sold 284 genuine automobilia items for $ 884,928, marking the company’s most successful non-Scottsdale automobilia auction to date . The best automobilia parts included an animated 1940s Greyhound Bus neon sign (Lot # 8298) which grossed $ 46,000 and a stunning 1930s Packard Automobiles neon sign (Lot # 8295), which sold for $ 36,800.

“From the latest Corvettes to classic Cadillacs and movie cars to celebrity owned vehicles, we’ve delivered some of the best auction moments in Las Vegas history,” said Steve davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. “The diversity and quality of our files are unmatched and generated unprecedented enthusiasm from all the guests. Professionally built resto-mods as well as high quality custom like a 1960 Chevrolet Biscayne (Lot # 700.1) continued to hit six-figure prices. It’s exciting to see this Resto-Mod trend, which we championed years ago, reach new heights and bring young collectors to practice this hobby.

Celebrities from entertainment and sports, as well as titans of business and political leaders who attended this year’s Barrett-Jackson auction included “Mr. Las Vegas “Wayne Newton, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, Las Vegas Raiders President Marc Badain, 8-time US Olympic gold medalist Apolo Ohno and Carroll Shelby’s grandson Aaron Shelby.

“It’s quite clear that the classic car community was eager to return to the live events that fuel their passion for great vehicles,” said Jackson. “Of course, we all know Texans love to make everything bigger and better. Better plan now to join us in Houston and capitalize on this wave of enthusiasm that grows with every auction.

Barrett-Jackson is now accepting submissions for Houston’s first auction, September 16-18, at the NRG Center. Those who wish to be a part of Barrett-Jackson history can do so by visiting

To purchase tickets for the event, Click here and for hotel accommodation Click here. Join Barrett-Jackson’s online conversation at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube #BarrettJackson.

About the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company

Founded in 1971 and headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions, is the leader in classic car and automotive lifestyle events, which include authentic auto auctions and the sale of private collections. The company produces live auctions nationwide, as well as online-only auctions. Along with broadcast partners FYI and HISTORY, Barrett-Jackson will offer live TV coverage in 2021, as well as all cars, all the time via the live broadcast on Barrett-Jackson also purchases unique collector’s auto insurance for collector’s vehicles and other valuables. For more information on Barrett-Jackson, visit, or call 480-421-6694.


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