Barrett-Jackson’s upcoming high-profile auction in Scottsdale will feature an incredible lineup of extremely valuable and coveted classics, including one of the most significant Cobras in existence. Built personally for Carroll Shelby, this particular Cobra (CSX 3015) is the most powerful roadster his company produced, and it is the only remaining one of its kind.
GAA Classic Cars kicked off their 2021 auction season showcasing 600 lots at “The Palace,” the fully-enclosed, climate-controlled facility in Greensboro, NC. Only a limited number of cars were sent to the “Deal Doctor,” a term for the place that vehicles go that do not sell and remain on the market.
This was definitely the sale of the auction. As the beautiful charcoal gray Cobra rolled onto the block, spectators anxiously surrounded the car, cell phones in hand, to record another piece of classic car history. The price of this one-of-a-kind Cobra rose quickly from phone bidders and two persistent in-house bidders.
Despite cancellations of several long-running perennial classic car shows, 2020 still generated a lot of classic car news. Here are some of the big stories of the year, as well as a look at the new models that are destined to become future collectibles.
We have assembled our top 10 custom cars builds in 2020 based on head-to-head competition at major national auto shows. These perennial shows attract the best builds in the country where the most coveted awards are won. It takes a unique blend of imagination, engineering, and craftsmanship to win at this level.
In a time warp back to the ‘60s, Eastside Speedway in Waynesboro, VA held its annual car show and nostalgic drag race. An estimated 200 classics were on hand and multiple classes of drag racing ran down the 1/8-mile...