Announcing the Barrett-Jackson Collection Showroom

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Barrett-Jackson will officially launch the Barrett-Jackson Collection Showroom with an open house on November 14-15 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The facility, located in Old Town Scottsdale, will bring the Barrett-Jackson experience to the community beyond the four auctions held across the country each year. The showroom will feature a rotating selection of premium vehicles which embody the Barrett-Jackson brand. Prior to the opening of the Barrett-Jackson Collection Showroom, vehicles of this caliber could only be found at Barrett-Jackson auctions. But now, the high-quality cars can be purchased at the Showroom throughout the year.

“The Collection Showroom is designed to be a year-round destination for discerning automotive enthusiasts,” said Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “Whether you want to buy or sell a vehicle, get expert advice, purchase licensed products, or have your collector car serviced, this will be the place to go.”

Also for sale at the unique showroom will be well-established Barrett-Jackson products like Barrett-Jackson Endorsed Insurance, the restoration product line and branded merchandise. An exciting element of the 22,500-square-foot facility is the Barrett-Jackson service department. Nobody knows collector cars like the Barrett-Jackson team, and the service department will offer repair, maintenance and light reconditioning of collector cars.

“Expanding into this market is a great way to promote our collection, and it also provides our fans with more exposure to Barrett-Jackson,” said Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. “We cannot wait to watch this grow and encourage the passion we all share for the collector car hobby.”

For more information about Barrett-Jackson and the showroom, visit www.barrett-jackson.com, or contact Showroom Division Manager Muffy Bennett at 480-306-8210 or ASE-certified Service Department Manager Jeff Catlin at 480-306-8211.

 

Tony Piff

SCM Auctions Editor and Photographer

Tony has long trumpeted the virtues of collecting Japanese cars. His daily driver is a 1970 Toyota Hilux — the one with the turn signals on top of the fenders. His popular “Rising Sun” column keeps a pulse on the J-tin market.

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