Scottsdale, AZ — Barrett-Jackson announced April 20 that it will offer an online-only auction beginning May 8 that will feature approximately 75 premium, hand-selected collector vehicles and more than 250 pieces of authentic automobilia.
Barrett-Jackson’s relaunched online sale will be run on the online auction platform, Proxibid. The platform “offers bidders and sellers secure online transactions and an infrastructure that boasts 99% uptime,” the company said in a press release. “The sale will connect sellers with pre-screened bidders who have been vetted using bank-level risk mitigation tools,” the release also said.
Among cars on the sale docket is an exceptional 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 that was one of the first 150 examples built. Also on offer is a custom 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split-Window Coupe built by Jeff Hayes Customs and powered by a GM LS3 540hp with a Hot Cam engine.
The majority of the sale’s automobilia offerings will be sold with no reserve.
Among the most anticipated pieces are a number of carefully curated items from the Nicodemus Collection, highlighted by a 14-foot-long 1962 Road Runner Service Stations porcelain with neon service station marquee sign and an iconic 1950s Mobil Oil Pegasus porcelain sign with animated neon.