Hooniverse Weekend Edition – A Review of the Highlighted Vehicles for Saturday and Sunday Barrett Jackson


This will be my last posting about this years Barrett Jackson auction, but I saved the best for last. As you may or may not know, this years edition of BJ was not without controversy, with lot number 1277 at the center of the storm. This lot was the 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Hearse that has been represented to be the one that transported JFK from Air Force One to Walter Reed Medical, and then onto the Capitol.


This was the posting I did for the lots that ran on Saturday the 22nd. And here is how they did:
– The 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 SS with only 15 miles – $25,300
– The 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 with only 219 miles – $258,500!
– The 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Ambulance (The JFK Unit) – $132,000!
– The Big Toe Motorcycle – $88,000
– The 1969 Mustang Convertible with a 428 Cobra Jet – $96,800
– The 1968 Mercury Cougar GT-E 427 – $181,500
– The 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T – $62,700
– The 1952 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn built by Mallalieu Engineering LTD of England – $99,000


And this is the posting I did for the lots that ran on Sunday the 23rd. And here is how they did:
– The Honda CBR1000R Repsol Edition – $8,470
– The 1957 Mercury Montclair Convertible – $55,000
– The 1962 Chevy Impala 409 Convertible – $73,700
– The 1949 Diamond T 201 Pickup – $48,400
Other Stuff for Sunday
– The 1968 Chevy El Camino with a late model SBC installed – $18,700
– The 1950 Mercury with a Chevy 400 V-8 Custom – $38,500
– The 1956 Dodge Custom Sierra Station Wagon with a 440 Transplant – $36,300
– The Plymouth Prowler with 2,820 Miles- $33,000
– The 1983 Pitts Acrobatic Bi-Plane – $40,700
– The 2003 Pontiac Sunfire Custom with a Van Halen connection – $26,400

I’m so glad this circus has folded its tent…. What about you?

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  1. Ryans92L Avatar
    Ryans92L

    It is cool to see that not everything they sell at Barrett Jackson is pushing BIG BUCKS, I would be inclined to go and picking up a nice bike or something.

  2. longrooffan Avatar

    That may be true but $368,500 for a 56 Desoto Fireflite Convertible or $35,200 for a 76 Cadillac Seville Elvis gave his dentist, regardless of the 61K on the clock seems to be a bit much! Who is the buyer of that used Cadillac gonna sell it to? And make a profit? Hardly, IMHO.

  3. thomasmac Avatar
    thomasmac

    That seems like a good deal for a Pitts special

    1. rovingardener Avatar
      rovingardener

      I saw an '81 S1S on controller for $57500.

  4. packratmatt Avatar
    packratmatt

    I think your prices for Saturday include the buyer's premium. Also, I think they should have pulled the ambulance. Either prove it's the real deal or just another ambulance. This 'maybe it is, maybe it's not' approach is just going to hurt their reputation.

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