Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auctions ended the most successful year in the company’s 50-year history following the Houston Auction auction at the NRG Center on October 20-22, 2022. A total of 481 vehicles were sold at No Reserve. Valued at more than $30.6 million, while 269 cars sold for over $809,000, total auction sales were more than $31.4 million, with a 100 percent sell-through rate and more than 30 world-breaking auction sales.
“This year has been an incredible milestone for Barrett-Jackson in many ways,” said Craig Jackson, President and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “Through 2022, we share our passion for the hobby of car collectors with unmatched events and extraordinary auction cover. Which leads to auction statistics time after time. Houston has been a great back-up for a historic year with unprecedented sales, our most successful year in Barrett-Jackson history.”
The top 10 non-charity vehicles sold at Barrett-Jackson’s 2022 Houston auction are:
1. 2019 Ford GT (Lot #749) – $1,028,500
2. 2019 Ford GT (Lot #757) – $990,000
3. 2006 Ford GT (Lot #766) – $429,000
4. 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Custom Convertible (Lot #737) – $379,500
5. 2003 Hummer H1 Predator Custom SUV (Lot #726) – $323,400
6. 2008 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Roadster (Lot #745) – $302,500
7. 2016 Porsche GT3 RS (Lot #746) – $280,500
8. 1968 Ford Mustang Eleanor Tribute Edition (Lot #728) – $275,000
9. 2005 Ford GT (Lot #735) – $275,000
10. 2022 GMC Hummer EV Edition 1 VIN 005 (Lot #442.1) $225,500
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS LS6 (Lot #750) – $225,500
Two cars crossed the Houston auction block at 100 percent hammer prices, benefiting two amazing reasons. on saturday American businessman and philanthropist George Shinn donated the 2022 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Heritage Edition (Lot #3001) to support Samaritan’s Purse and the Florida Disaster Relief Fund to support those affected by Hurricane Ian in Southwest Florida Carroll Shelby’s grandson Shawn Shelby and American racer and entrepreneur drove a limited-edition Mustang on the building. which initially made up to $400,000 immediately after the sale. An additional $288,000 was donated by Shinn, Michelle Mauzy, Beth and Preston Ingram, Kathie Lee Gifford and Rick Hendrick before the car went too far. The winning bidder then donated back. and a second pound for $300,000. Additional donations were collected from honored guests at the event. And the total amount raised for hurricane relief is more than $1 million.
On Friday afternoon, a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS Callaway/Hendrick Edition (Lot #3000) donated by Michelle Mauzy sold for $250,000, benefiting Operation Homefront.
“It started with this year’s Scottsdale auction. We continue to fuel enthusiasm for the hobby of car collectors,” said Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. “We had a banner year because what we were offering was more than an auction. Our job is to celebrate the automotive lifestyle we come together to share the love we share. It’s also a place where we open our hearts and our wallets to help those in need. I am so proud to raise more than $1.25 million for charity during the Houston auction. This year all proceeds raised more than $14.5 million for charities.”
Items are accepted for auction of Barrett-Jackson’s flagship Scottsdale on January 21-29, 2023. Those interested in consigning a collectible can do so. here Those interested in registering to participate in the auction can be done here