Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas presents the original 1972 De Tomaso Pantera from the ‘Fast & Furious’ film series

Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas presents the original 1972 De Tomaso Pantera from the ‘Fast & Furious’ film series

Barrett-Jackson Collector car Auctions kicks into high gear as it heads to the Entertainment Capital of the World for its annual Las Vegas auction, June 22-24, 2023. At this year’s three-day auction in Las Vegas, visitors will be greeted with a diverse range of collectible vehicles and cars, as well as dozens of interactive sponsor and exhibitor presentations. Early shipments include the current one 1972 De Tomaso Pantera featured in “Fast Five,” the fifth film in the “Fast & Furious” franchise, and is sold with No Reserve. Auction guests can join Toyota and Dodge for Thrill Rides on the Barrett-Jackson Performance Track or test drive the all-new 2023 Lucid Air at the Lucid Driving Experience.

“Another record-setting year began in Scottsdale and continued through last month’s auction in Palm Beach,” he said. Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “We have built incredible momentum as we look toward Las Vegas, where we have hosted auctions since 2008. We have one of the most diverse docks in the works with highly desirable collectible vehicles, including the 1972 De Tomaso Pantera from ‘ The Fast & Furious film series, and a unique 1971 Ford Bronco that pays homage to the year Parnelli Jones won his first Baja 1000.”

1972 De Tomaso Pantera ‘Fast Five’ Movie Car

THE 1972 De Tomaso Pantera ‘Fast Five’ Movie Car He starred in the iconic train robbery scene in “Fast Five” with Paul Walker and Vin Diesel. The Pantera is powered by a 351ci Cleveland engine mated to a ZF 5-speed manual transmission and rides on 17-inch Campagnolo wheels from the original movie car. The current owner restored the Pantera after purchasing it from a Universal Studios supplier in 2013. The Pantera comes with a limited edition Hot Wheels model car and is pictured on the “Fast Five” limited edition Hot Wheels packaging.

1970 Dodge HEMI Challenger R/T

Also for sale without reserve 1970 Dodge HEMI Challenger R/T This is one of approximately 136 HEMI 4-speed Challenger R/T Hardtops produced in 1970. It’s powered by a matching 426ci HEMI V8 engine with a competition HEMI camshaft and Hooker long-tube headers. Other key features include a matching number of new Process A833 4-speed manual transmissions with Hurst pistol grip shifters, original Dana 60 rear axle with Sure-Grip differential and 4.10 ratios. The interior features a Rallye instrument cluster with trip odometer, wood panel, heater controls, headlights, tachometer and 2 watt AM radio. Rotisserie restored and finished in original black with matching TX9 paint, this piece of old American muscle comes with a Wise Validation Report.

“Barrett-Jackson has proven that the No Reserve dock is the absolute best way to advance the collector car hobby,” he said. Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. “We create every auction listing with the vehicles that collectors want, and it’s the ideal way to show how the collector car hobby is thriving. We look forward to showcasing the best vehicles currently in demand in Las Vegas, including this date code and part number matching 1968 GT500KR Convertible.”

1968 Shelby GT500KR Convertible

Crossing the Las Vegas auction block at the home of Shelby American, the 1968 Shelby GT500KR Convertible and 1968 Shelby GT500KR Fastback. The four-time Mustang Club of America Concours Gold award winning convertible is number 4122 and is powered by an original Cobra Jet engine mated to an automatic transmission. It has 45,512 documented miles and includes a factory production sheet, Shelby order sheet, original dealer invoice and owner documentation. Powered by a Cobra Jet engine mated to an automatic transmission, this ‘King of the Road’ convertible is #2367 and one of only 1053 convertibles made in 1968, one of only 95 in Highland Green, and only 16 convertibles with saddle trim.

1971 Ford Bronco custom “Big Oly” tribute

In honor of Parnelli Jones’ first Baja 1000 victory, the 1971 Ford Bronco custom “Big Oly” tribute It is powered by a Dart Block Ford engine, mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission, and is capable of 723 horsepower. Performance modifications include race pistons for the Ross 11-1, Ford Performance custom CNC heads, forged steel cranks, and a Petersen five-speed dry sump pump system. In addition to being featured in national automotive publications, this “Big Oly” tribute vehicle was displayed for two years at the San Diego Automotive Museum and at the entrance to the Petersen Automotive Museum in the “Braving Baja – 1000 Miles to Glory” exhibit.

2019 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Hennessey Custom

Contemporary unique vehicles will also be featured, including the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Hennessey Custom Edition “Resurrection” Powered by a 1,200 horsepower supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine mated to an upgraded 10-speed automatic transmission. Coming off the No Reserve auction block in Las Vegas, this Hennessey conversion is Series #01 of 24 with 1,438 actual miles.

Collector car enthusiasts can register to bid at Barrett-Jackson’s 2023 Las Vegas auction. here. Those who wish to participate in the auction can drop off their collection vehicle here.

To purchase tickets in advance for the event, click here. On Location, Barrett-Jackson’s new VIP hospitality partner, is offering a variety of VIP Experience packages, including access to Craig Jackson’s Skybox, Luxury Lounge and Staging Lanes for auction-goers interested in enjoying one of the auction’s specials. with that service. nice experience. To learn more about what On Location offers, click here.

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