Comments - Top Sellers at Barrett-Jackson 2012

Published: Mar 15, 2012
Description: A worldwide recession didn't stop bidders from paying big bucks for some of the world's rarest cars. The 2012 Barrett-Jackson auction has come and gone with proceeds totaling a cool $85 mill...
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Description: The one-off Ghia DeSoto Adventurer II is renowned for both its beauty and length. Built in 1954 on a Chrysler Imperial chassis, this one-of-a-kind two-seater is 125.5" long (10.4 feet) and was so...
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Paul Lissona Mar 16, 2012
It has to be way longer than 10.4 feet long come on.
Description: Two million dollars was the final bid for this Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow. Only five of these regal automobiles were built back in 1933, with only three known to exist today. The Pierce-Arrow Silver Ar...
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Jared Joyner Mar 16, 2012
My heart skipped a beat when I saw this amazing car
Raymond Reynoso Mar 16, 2012
Nostalgic? Are you 80 years old?
Matthew Reindorp Mar 16, 2012
That... Is... B-E-A-UTIFUL!
Paul Lissona Mar 16, 2012
I would not change a thing, it'd feel really nostalgic to drive ha.
Justin Routh Mar 15, 2012
No no no this is a 1933 with only 3 in existence you would not put a new motor in it lol
Isaac Jacob Jimenez Mar 15, 2012
That's actually quite gangsterish
Jerry Cole Mar 15, 2012
I'd drive the hell outta this. Just gimme a newer engine w/ atleast 250hp.
Description: This 1947 Bentley Mark VI Franay nearly missed being the most expensive car sold at Barrett-Jackson 2012. While coming in second place is nothing to be excited about, the new owner of this car has ple...
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Vince DeMasi Mar 16, 2012
Wow! That is absolutely gorgeous
Paul Lissona Mar 16, 2012
I wish they were passionate about cars like most of us here ha.
Joey Pena Mar 16, 2012
that's a helluva thing!
Isaac Jacob Jimenez Mar 15, 2012
Because it has become a profit instead of passion industry
Tim Preisinger Mar 15, 2012
Why can't they make cars like this anymore..
Amira Baz Mar 17, 2012
just because these cars are rare doesn't mean they deserve such amounts of money
Amira Baz Mar 17, 2012
there is compelete disaster
Description: Having three headlights is apparently the key to coming out on top of any auto auction as evidenced by the Tucker Torpedo. This innovative sedan (rear engine, disc brakes and fuel injection in 1948) s...
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Amira Baz Mar 17, 2012
how ugly and how expensive!
Rúni Rasmus Stensen Mar 16, 2012
So, this is what i've been driving in L.A. Noire... :)
Kan Wes Mar 15, 2012
Because this car has features on it that are still being used today. Like that cyclops eye that turns when you turn.
Matthew Leon Mar 15, 2012
this is from mafia 2 its called the Walter rocket
Dillon Dixon Mar 15, 2012
There are different kinds of car people. This is a VERY nice car. I like it!
Rami Wilson Mar 15, 2012
Only 50 were built. It was very innovative for it's day. Rent the movie and you will like it too.
Charlie Austin Mar 15, 2012
They sell it for $3 Mil and then buy an Agera
Paul Pickard Mar 15, 2012
I just don't understand what it is about this car that makes someone spend 2.6 million on it. Agera R maybe?