Barrett-Jackson brought down the curtain on the most successful year in the company’s 50-year history at the October 20-22 Houston Auction where 481 vehicles sold at No Reserve for over $30.6 million. With 269 pieces of automobilia bringing in an additional $809,000, auction sales totaled more than $31.4 million with a 100-percent sell-through rate and more than 30 world-record auction sales achieved.
“This year has been an incredible milestone for Barrett-Jackson in so many ways,” said Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO. “Throughout 2022 we have shared our passion for the collector car hobby with unrivaled events and extraordinary auction dockets that have led to one auction record after another. Houston was a great bookend to a historic year with unprecedented sales that marked our most successful year in Barrett-Jackson history.”
“Beginning with the Scottsdale Auction 9in January], we’ve continued to accelerate the enthusiasm for the collector car hobby,” said Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. “We’ve had a banner year because what we offer is more than just an auction. Our events are a celebration of the automotive lifestyle where we come together to share our common passion. It’s also a place where we open our hearts and our wallets to help those in need.
“I’m so proud to have raised more than $1.25 million for charity during our Houston Auction,” Davis continued, “bringing this year’s total dollars raised for charity to more than $14.5 million.”
Consignments are now being accepted for Barrett-Jackson’s flagship Scottsdale Auction, January 21-29, kicking off its 2023 season. For more information, click HERE.