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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2013

THE WORLD'S GREATEST COLLECTOR CAR AUCTIONS™

6th annual

Las Vegas Auction

at mandalay bay resort and casino

SEPTEMBER 26-28

LOT #742 1956 MERCEDES-BENZ 300SL GULLWING

LOT #745 2006 MERCEDES-BENZ SLR MCLAREN 2 DOOR COUPE

LOT #740 1925 ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM I MAHARAJA CAR

LOT #748 2005 FORD GT

LOT #739 1967 FERRARI 330 GTC

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LOT #738 1968 FERRARI 365 GT 2+2

R E G I STE R TO B I D O R P U R C H A S E TI C KE TS AT BA R R E T T-JJA C KS O N.CC O M " !

HUNDREDS OF VEHICLES CROSSING THE AUCTION BLOCK " !

ACRES OF EXHIBITORS AND VENDORS " ! !

RIDE 'N' DRIVES "

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FOUNDED BY CAR EXPERTS RUSS JACKSON and Tom Barrett founded Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions TM, in 1971. Originally from Michigan, Jackson relocated to Scottsdale in 1960 with wife, Nellie. Jackson’s passion for classic automobiles, especially of the 1930s, led to a meeting with Barrett, who was selling a 1933 Cadillac V-16 Town Car built for actress Joan Crawford. The sale never took place, but did lead to the creation of Fiestas de los Auto Elegantes, later the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction. Jackson died in 1993. NELLIE JACKSON co-founded BarrettJackson with her husband, Russ, and Tom Barrett and held an executive position since its inception. Her passion for automobiles and her business acumen were a driving force behind Barrett-Jackson’s evolution into the world’s leading collector car auction company. She served as executive director until her death in 2010. TOM BARRETT and Russ Jackson launched the first auction in 1971 with vehicles from their private collections, earning Barrett the reputation of “Grandfather of the Collector Car Industry.” Barrett retired in 1997 and died in 2004. BRIAN JACKSON, son of Russ Jackson, took over the reigns of Barrett-Jackson in 1993, after his father succumbed to cancer. The younger Jackson passed away two years later of the same illness.

STILL OPERATED BY CAR EXPERTS CRAIG JACKSON, chairman and CEO, assumed control of Barrett-Jackson in 1997. Jackson has shared his family’s passion for automobiles from an early age, learning every aspect of both the collector car and restoration businesses as he climbed the corporate ladder. The result has been numerous Best of Show and First Place trophies, as well as an extensive education on classic car restoration. STEVE DAVIS, President, works closely with the consignment department and manages all operations related to auction sales. Davis has long been one of the top purchasers and sellers of noteworthy collector cars in the country and first came to know Barrett-Jackson as a customer himself in the late 1970s. Davis has been a member of the senior management team at Barrett-Jackson since 1996.

ON THE SCENE WITH BARRETT-JACKSON

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WORLD’S GREATEST CAR AUCTION LIGHTING UP LAS VEGAS

t’s time to rev your engines as Barrett-Jackson returns to Las Vegas for its 6th Annual Las Vegas Auction, Sept. 26-28, at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. The Las Vegas auction, renowned for non-stop action, offers much more than bidders vying for show stopping automobiles crossing the block. Guests from around the world will experience a weekend filled with hundreds of vehicles, great entertainment and thrilling attractions. On Saturday, Sept. 21, Barrett-Jackson and Gaudin Ford are teaming up once again to kick off the auction week with the 6th Annual Cruise-In at the Gaudin Ford dealership from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Automotive enthusiasts are encouraged to showcase their one-of-a-kind automobiles to celebrate Las Vegas’ auto culture. Barrett-Jackson will take over the Las Vegas strip for its 6th Annual Road Rally

on Wednesday, Sept. 25. The Road Rally will showcase a lineup of collectable automobiles from local car clubs and collectors which will travel down the Las Vegas Strip at 3 p.m. The Rally ends in the southeast parking lot at Mandalay Bay. The legendary auction house commences its threeday event that evening at the Opening Night Party at Mandalay Bay Beach. The exclusive affair, complete with live entertainment,

GETTING THERE

MANDALAY BAY

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 2 p.m. Road Rally participants meet at Las Vegas Convention Center 3 p.m. 6th Annual Barrett-Jackson Road Rally down the Las Vegas Strip 7:30 p.m. Opening Night Party, Mandalay Beach – Invitation Only THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 8 a.m. Gates, Exhibitor and Sponsor Displays Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Ride ‘N Drives presented by Ford and GM 9-11 a.m. Automobilia Auction 11 a.m.-close Collector Car Auction 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Meguiar's Car Care Seminars * Sessions repeat on Friday and Saturday • 10 a.m. Meguiar’s DA PowerSystem • 12 p.m. Meguiar’s DA Microfiber System • 2:30 p.m. Meguiar’s DA PowerSystem • 4:30 p.m. Meguiar’s DA PowerSystem 2 p.m.-8 p.m. Live Coverage on FOX Sports 2

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All times are PDT. Schedule is subject to change.

GATE PRICES;

PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE TICKETMASTER FEES

3-DAY PASSES, SEPT. 26-28 THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 FRIDAY, SEPT. 27 SATURDAY, SEPT. 28

Adults

$55 $20 $20 $25

Seniors 55+/ Military/ Student

$40 $15 $15 $20

Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino is less than 4 miles from McCarran International Airport. Exit the airport going east on Wayne Newton Boulevard, bear left and go straight onto Swenson Street. Turn left on Tropicana Avenue for 1½ miles to South Las Vegas Boulevard and turn left. Take that about ½ mile to Mandalay Bay Road and turn left. For information, visit mandalaybay.com or call 877-632-7800 or 702-632-7777.

ehind every Barrett-Jackson event is a multi-faceted team of collector car experts and aficionados who put together the “World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions” four times a year with extraordinary competence and vision. They choose the lineup of hundreds of significant vehicles for each auction, including the charity sales and other special features that set BarrettJackson apart from other auction companies. But there’s more to it than that. These are also the people who confirm that every vehicle crossing the block is as advertised, whether that car is considered original, restored, custom, resto-rodded or anywhere in between. Importantly, these automotive experts are available to every bidder and seller at Barrett-Jackson, fully

prepared to answer questions and provide insights about the auction vehicles and the auction process. This full team of automotive experts includes Kevin Marti of Phoenix, Ariz., who can in an instant tell you anything about Fords; Jim Mattison of Detroit, Mich., who knows or can find everything about Pontiacs; Jerry MacNeish of Eldersburg, Md., whose knowledge about Camaros, Super Sport Chevelles and SS Novas is insurmountable; and Roy Sinor of Tulsa, Okla., a virtual walking Corvette encyclopedia. Barrett-Jackson’s complete consignment team is comprised of over a dozen members with decades of experience evaluating collector cars. Take advantage of their knowledge: Call 480-421-6694 or visit Barrett-Jackson.com

BARRETT-JACKSON PARTNERS WITH PEP BOYS

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 8 a.m. Gates, Exhibitor and Sponsor Displays Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Ride ‘N Drives presented by Ford and GM 9-11 a.m. Automobilia Auction 11 a.m.-close Collector Car Auction 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Meguiar's Car Care Seminars 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Live Coverage on FOX Sports 1 2 p.m.-4 p.m. Live Coverage on FOX Sports 2 4 p.m.-8 p.m. Live Coverage on FOX Sports 1 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 8 a.m. Gates, Exhibitor and Sponsor Displays Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Ride ‘N Drives presented by Ford and GM 9-11 a.m. Automobilia Auction 11 a.m.-close Collector Car Auction 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Meguiar's Car Care Seminars 12 p.m.-8 p.m. Live Coverage on National Geographic Channel

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 6th Annual Cruise-In at Gaudin Ford

will enjoy Ride ‘N Drives, presented by Ford and General Motors. Each day, thrill seekers can test drive the latest models from Ford and GM and have the opportunity to take a hot lap with a professional driver around a half-mile performance track. Join the celebration by visiting Barrett-Jackson.com for the most up-to-date information.

EXPERTS OVERSEE EVERY ASPECT OF THE AUCTION

GARY BENNETT, Vice President of Consignment, has been a participant as both buyer and seller in all Barrett-Jackson auctions since his introduction to Russ and Nellie Jackson at their inaugural event in 1971. Involved in the automotive industry throughout his professional career, Bennett has worked in many different aspects of the industry including the restoration, aftermarket, and design fields. Bennett joined the company in 2002.

SCHEDULE

cocktails and hors d’oeuvres begins at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 25 for invited guests. While bidders are inside the auction arena, guests looking for other attractions can stroll through the Exhibitor Showcase, located in the Bayside Exhibit Halls, where vendors and sponsors display jewelry, fashion forward clothing, game room equipment, luxury motor homes and more. Car enthusiasts who are looking to pedal to the metal

Children (6-12)*

$30 $15 $15 $20

*Children 5 and under are free

BARRETT-JACKSON AUCTION COMPANY Chairman/CEO | CRAIG JACKSON President | STEVE DAVIS Interim Chief Financial Officer | LISA daCOSTA VP of Information Technology | MARK SWISHER VP of Consignment | GARY BENNETT VP of Sales and Marketing | PHIL NERI VP of Site and Operations | CASEY McDONALD 7400 E. Monte Cristo Ave., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-421-6694 | www.barrett-jackson.com Produced for Barrett-Jackson by Republic Media Custom Publishing, a divison of The Arizona Republic. 200 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ 85004. For general advertising inquiries, call Republic Media at 602-444-8443. Photos provided by Barrett-Jackson General Manager | CAMI KAISER, ckaiser@republicmedia.com Manager Creative Development | ISAAC MOYA, imoya@republicmedia.com Project Editor | JIM WILLIAMS, jlwilliams@republicmedia.com For content questions, call 602-444-8658 Managing Art Director | TRACEY PHALEN, tphalen@republicmedia.com Design | CRAIG KURTZ, craigrkurtz@gmail.com Advertising | BRIENNE CHANCE, 602-444-6865, bchance@republicmedia.com

he top-quality paint restoration and car care products of BarrettJackson’s new Automobile Restoration System are now easily accessible because of a new partnership between Barrett-Jackson Auction Company and the Pep Boys — Manny, Moe & Jack — two well-known brands in the automotive industry. Pep Boys, the nation’s leading automotive aftermarket service and retail chain, will exclusively distribute all of the products that are part of the Barrett-Jackson’s Automobile Restoration System. “Barrett-Jackson is proud to have our products on the shelves of one of America’s oldest and most respected retailers,” said Craig Jack-

our automotive enthusiast customers, from the collector to the daily driver,” said Scott Webb, Pep Boys’ executive vice president of merchandisSystem, which includes abrasives, paint and car care ing and marketing. Through a special licensing – offers car collectors and enthusiasts an easy, unique agreement with Barrett-Jackson, abrasives manufacturer way to complete the restoAli Industries, paint manufacration of projects from start turer Sherwin-Williams and to finish. Every product in surface-finishing products the Automobile Restoration manufacturer Farécla formed System is superior in quality a strategic partnership with and ease of use, and the systhe auction company resulttem itself has been designed ing in the Barrett-Jackson so that even a casual DIYer can achieve great results. Each Automobile Restoration System. Barrett-Jackson’s of the system’s three stages is partnership with Pep Boys broken down into a process as the exclusive distributor of involving just four steps. the system’s unique car care “Pep Boys is proud to team up with Barrett-Jackson and restoration products has made the system readily availand offer specialized paints, able in Pep Boys locations in world-class finishing and 35 states. detailing products to all of

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son, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “Pep Boys’ commitment to quality and the automotive lifestyle is what sets them apart from the rest, and I couldn’t be happier with this new partnership.” The three-part premium Automobile Restoration

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NOW ON THE BLOCK LOT #716.1 1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE 1963 Fuel Injected Corvette Stingray that has received a frame-off restoration. This classic Stingray performs and sounds like its race inspired 360hp Fuel Injected V8 should and is mated to the all important 4-speed transmission. No Reserve.

LOT #739 1967 FERRARI 330 GTC Matching numbers and presently finished in silver over red. This 330 GTC shows a very intact engine compartment with proper mechanical equipment. The exterior paint and chrome are in very good overall condition. Reserve.

LOT #743 2007 LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO SPYDER Pearl White with blue leather interior and white piping. Highly optioned AWD features a 5 Liter, 520hp, fuel injected, DOHC, 40-valve V10 engine with a 6-speed E-gear transmission. 4,500 original miles. No Reserve.

LOT #744 2009 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1 2 DOOR COUPE ZR1 with 3ZR equipment group, Factory Show Car, purchased direct from factory in 2009. 3,830 original miles, the fastest U.S. production car ever built with 638hp and 205mph top speed. No Reserve.

LOT #748 2005 FORD GT 58 miles from new. This Ford GT is new as delivered from the factory. Never titled or registered. Plastic is still on the steering wheel and seats. This excellent original example has been stored in a warehouse under climate controlled conditions. No Reserve.

LOT #754 2008 DODGE VIPER ACR 2 DOOR COUPE 847 original miles on this limited production Supercar. This Dodge Viper ACR has never seen rain. It is an incredible machine that is showroom new. No Reserve.

LOT #740 1925 ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM I MAHARAJA CAR Ex-Maharaja of Kotah "Tiger Car" Chassis No. 23 RC - Engine No. CT 15. Equipped for hunting Bengal tigers and other wild game. Includes copies of Rolls-Royce Build Sheets and full ownership history from new. Reserve

LOT #741 1927 STUTZ VERTICAL EIGHT BROUGHAM 4 DOOR SEDAN This is a 1927 Stutz that was restored to original along with original motor and transmission. All of the work done to the car has been documented and recorded. No Reserve.

LOT #742 1956 MERCEDES-BENZ 300SL GULLWING COUPE Matching numbers chassis, engine and body per factory records. One owner from 1967 to 2001. A copy of the Mercedes factory build record, the original tools, jack and the original handbooks are all included with the car. Recent mechanical inspection. Reserve.

LOT #745 2006 MERCEDES-BENZ SLR MCLAREN 2 DOOR COUPE Only 252 actual miles on this limited production supercar. Original factory suggested retail price of $465,650. Notice: Vehicle does not comply with state regulations of GA, MD, MO, VA and WI and cannot be registered in those states. Reserve.

LOT #746 1970 DODGE CHALLENGER R/T 2 DOOR COUPE Older restoration. Galen govier visual inspection. All orignal interior except carpet. Factory warranty block date coded August, 1969. Complete stock condition. No Reserve

LOT #747 2006 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM 2 DOOR COUPE Custom C6 Corvette. Literally everything has been changed on this Vette from the ground up. Billet, carbon fiber and polished everything. This car has both show car qualities and ultra performance. No Reserve.

LOT #749 1965 CHEVROLET CHEVELLE MALIBU CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP Chevelle RS Stage III chassis. Turnkey LS2 with 700hp. 6-speed manual transmission, Vintage Air and custom black leather interior. 1st in its class at the 2012 Grand National Roadster Show. Featured in July 2012 Chevy High Performance. No Reserve.

LOT #750 2012 SHELBY GT350 CONVERTIBLE What you are looking at is the #1 serial number 2012 GT350 with factory installed and designed wide body option. Owned by Shelby American since new and built in Las Vegas, this 624hp 50 state emissions legal Shelby convertible is the one to keep. No Reserve.

LOT #752 1970 PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD 2 DOOR HARDTOP 440/375hp matching numbers engine. B5 Blue Fire with white bucket seats, automatic, all gauges and radio work. Fully restored. 1,935 Superbirds built. No Reserve.

LOT #753 1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO COPO 2 DOOR COUPE Original 1969 COPO Camaro 427/425hp engine, Muncie 4-speed, 12-bolt rear, Jerry MacNeish certified in 2007 and recertified in 2012. Reserve.

LOT #755 1999 MERCEDES-BENZ CLK60 GT RENNTECH WIDEBODY COUPE 60,000 miles on chassis and 15,000 miles on engine. Top speed over 200mph with a 3.9 second 0-60 time and 10.9 second 1/4 mile time. RENNtech's version of the AMG DTM CLK. Car includes all service records and has been garage kept. No Reserve.

LOT #757 1957 CHEVROLET BEL AIR CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP Body-off, ground-up build. New 502cid big block Ram Jet crate engine and new built 700R4 transmission. Power rack & pinion steering, disc brakes, power windows, Vintage Air and 20" Raceline wheels. New custom leather interior. Stripped to bare metal. No Reserve.

LOT #758 1967 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z/28 RS 2 DOOR COUPE Real deal 1967 Rally Sport Z/28 sold new at Fletcher Jones Chevrolet in Las Vegas, NV. Certified by Jerry MacNeish also documented with a NICB field report. Reserve.

LOT #759 1931 LINCOLN MODEL K CONVERTIBLE This was the first year of the great Model K, a rugged and reliable touring car with LeBaron Coachwork. This car has had a high quality Schaffer and Long restoration with authentic period correct appearance. From The William Munday Collection. No Reserve.

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LOT #738 1968 FERRARI 365 GT 2+2 A matching numbers example produced in 1968 in Silver (Argento) with blue interior and blue carpet. Equipped with air conditioning and power steering. Winner of the Preservation Cup at Cavallino in 1992. Highly preserved with only 39,000 original miles. Reserve.

LOT #737 1957 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE Rare 1957 Eldorado Biarritz convertible. Beautiful restoration with a 365cid V8 with dual 4 barrel carburetors, Sabre wheels, power steering, power brakes, power seat, power top and 24 karat gold emblems. Stunning show winner and 1 of 1,800 made. No Reserve. O CO TH N VE E R

LOT #716 1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 2 DOOR COUPE Restored to its factory born Trim Tag Code 936 Ermine White with black interior with every nut and bolt either replaced or restored. The 327cid engine is a matching numbers RE Coded L76 with 340hp mated to a 4-speed transmission. No Reserve.

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THE CARS SHOWN HERE, INCLUDING THOSE HIGHLIGHTED FROM THE SELECT COLLECTION, WILL BE OFFERED DURING THE ANNUAL LAS VEGAS BARRETT-JACKSON AUCTION

BARRETT-JACKSON HAS RAISED NEARLY $60 MILLION FOR CHARITIES

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arrett-Jackson, “The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions™,” is renowned for its non-stop action and showcasing some of the rarest vehicles to cross the auction block. The legendary auction company supports a variety of charities and has raised more than $55.9 million to date. Barrett-Jackson has become a leading force in its charitable efforts across the nation with no plans on hitting the brakes. After raising more than $5 million at the Scottsdale auction in January, $1.8 million at the Palm Beach auction in

“Philanthropy is a major component of the Barrett-Jackson culture, and due to the tremendous generosity of our customers, participants and attendees, we look forward to watching this figure (continue to) grow.” — Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO April and $620,000 at the most recent Hot August Nights Auction presented by Barrett-Jackson, the upcoming Las Vegas auction is sure to multiply the millions raised for charity. As charity vehicles cross the block, the enthusiasm from bidders, consignors, celebrities and fans create a heightened level of excitement. Barrett-Jackson waives all fees on charity ve-

hicles and 100 percent of the proceeds benefit a variety of foundations that include children, the military, medical research and many other important causes. Starting out the 2013 auction season, Scottsdale’s event featured 21 unique charity vehicles that helped surpass Barrett-Jackson’s $50 million charitable goal. The highlights included the sales of the first production

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, which benefited Detroitbased College for Creative Studies and marked BarrettJackson’s fifth million-dollar car. Another prominent sale was the 1969 Ford Bronco Custom SUV benefitting the Armed Forces Foundation. Auction excitement carried on across the nation to Palm Beach where six charitable vehicles sold, including the 2009 Ford F-150 King

Ranch Super Crew Pickup once owned by President George W. Bush. Proceeds from the sale benefitted the National Guard Youth Foundation, raising all charity contributions to more than $55.3 million. This vehicle also sold for charity at the 2013 Scottsdale auction. Continuing Barrett-Jackson’s philanthropic efforts, two charitable vehicles were sold at the Hot August Nights Auction presented by BarrettJackson. The SAE Foundation will gain assistance from the $120,000 sale of a 2014 Cadillac CTS V-Sport 4 Door Sedan. Also the last retail

2014 Ford Shelby GT500 Convertible sold for $500,000 to support the Brain Injury Association of America. Barrett-Jackson’s 6th Annual Las Vegas auction will be packed with charitable opportunities. The previous star-studded September Las Vegas event raised more than $540,000 for local and national charitable organizations. “The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions™” is looking forward to experiencing another successful event in Las Vegas, where the auction company plans to raise the bar in contributing to nonprofit organizations.



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