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Barrett-Jackson rolls into West Palm Beach

2022 Ford GT Alan Mann Heritage Edition is one of only 30 built and is being sold at the Barrett-Jackson Auction with no reserve. [Photo by Barrett-Jackson]

Automobile auctioneer Barrett-Jackson is returning to South Florida from Thursday to Saturday, April 18 to 20, for the annual Palm Beach Auction, considered the premier event of its kind in the Southeast.


The company totaled a record $207.6 million in sales with more than 190 world-record auction transactions during its January auction in Scottsdale, Arizona.

“Coming off a historic Scottsdale Auction, we are riding the wave of enthusiasm and demand in the hobby as we look ahead to our Palm Beach Auction,” says Craig Jackson, Barrett-Jackson’s chairman and CEO. “Palm Beach has been a second home to Barrett-Jackson for more than 20 years, dating back to our inaugural event there in 2003. Our auctions have evolved over the years into the true automotive lifestyle celebrations you see today.”


Cars With No Reserve


The lineup of cars being auctioned with no reserve price in Palm Beach includes a 2022 Ford GT Alan Mann Heritage Edition with a mere 16 miles on the odometer.


Derived from the final year of Ford GT production and one of only 30 crafted in homage to Alan Mann Racing’s 1966 Ford GT lightweight experimental prototype, this American supercar has a 3.5-liter V6 engine mated to a seven-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission. The exterior features Alan Mann red paint and exposed carbon-fiber elements in the wheels, front splitter, side sills, mirrors, engine louvers and rear diffuser. Inside, the cabin boasts Alcantara-wrapped seats adorned with gold and red accent stitching, an instrument panel enveloped in ebony leather and Alcantara synthetic fabric, and ebony Alcantara pillars, headliner and steering wheel.

Also up for auction with no reserve is the Tailor Made 2022 Ferrari SF90 Spider, crafted to emulate the 1957 Ferrari 625 TRC chassis 0672, the most triumphant car in Ferrari’s racing history. A twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 engine coupled with e4WD PHEV technology generates 986 horsepower and reaches speeds of up to 211 mph, managed by an eight-speed F1 dual-clutch transmission. Adorned in a bespoke Argento Nürburgring 101/C finish and embellished with three bianco white livery circles across the hood and doors, each bearing the number 11 as a tribute to its 1957 predecessor.

2022 Ferrari SF90 Spider. [Photo by Barrett-Jackson]


The sizzling Resto-Mod market will have a strong presence in Palm Beach, showcasing with no reserve a 1966 Chevrolet Corvette custom convertible, crafted by Jeff Hayes Customs and completed in October 2022. This Corvette, boasting a bright red finish, sits atop an Art Morrison chassis and Schott wheels wrapped in custom red-line tires. Under the hood roars an LS3 540-horsepower V8 engine paired with a 4L70E automatic transmission. The interior is adorned in saddle Brazilian leather and equipped with such modern comforts as a Vintage Air system, AM/FM Bluetooth stereo, power steering, power windows and a power hood.


Event Details


Alongside the collector vehicles being auctioned and showcased, the Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Auction offers dozens of interactive sponsor and exhibitor displays, diverse food and beverage options, and thrill rides and hot laps provided by manufacturers such as Dodge and Ford.


What: Barrett-Jackson, the World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions

When: April 18-20; gates open Thursday at 8 a.m.

Where: South Florida Fairgrounds, 9067 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach

Tickets: Advance tickets for adults start at $29 for one day and $89 for all three; purchase here.


Additional Resources


• Preview the Palm Beach Auction docket here.

• Register to bid here.

• Consign your own collector car here.


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