Barrett-Jackson’s 2023 Palm Beach Auction Returns to Florida’s Gold Coast April 13-15

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Palm Beach is excitedly awaiting the return once again of the world’s greatest collector car auction to descend later this week.

Barrett-Jackson will be unveiling its coveted collection at the South Florida Fairgrounds April 13-15. Celebrating its 20th anniversary in Palm Beach, the event will also feature sponsor and exhibitor displays, along with rides in the latest performance vehicles from Dodge, Toyota, Ford, and Chevrolet.

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The three-day event will feature a “No Reserve” collection that includes everything from a custom 1961 Chevrolet Corvette convertible with supercharged 6.2-liter LT4 engine to a classic 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am with just 682 miles.

Some of the most anticipated cars being featured at this year's Palm Beach event include a 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Convertible, 2020 Ford GT, 2018 McLaren 720S, and 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS.

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“As one of our longest running events, the Palm Beach Auction has become a pinnacle event for enthusiasts to find an incredible selection of collectible vehicles in one of the country’s most popular destinations,” Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson, said in a statement.

“Unlike anything else, Barrett-Jackson’s ultimate automotive lifestyle event has something for everyone' he said. 'From our diverse No Reserve docket featuring hundreds of desirable collectibles to exciting auction action in the arena and hot laps and thrill rides in the latest performance vehicles on the Barrett-Jackson Performance Track, it’s the perfect event for the entire family.”

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For the ultimate in luxury, be sure to book one of their VIP Experiences. Opportunities range from a one-day pass to access a private Luxury Lounge across from the auction stage complete with premium food, hosted bar and bidder’s assistant to the ultra-premium Craig Jackson’s Skybox Experience that features entry to the owner’s private skybox.

Other “No Reserve” cars being featured at this year’s event include a 2020 Ford GT and a 2005 Ford GT, both from The Steve Todhunter Collection. The 2020 third generation Ford GT is finished in Triple Yellow Tri-Coat paint, accented by Shadow Black overtop stripes reminiscent of a 1967 GT40 racing livery and has less than 1,300 miles. The 2005 model, finished in Mark IV Red with white Le Mans stripes and a Code LB Ebony Black leather interior, has just 538 miles.

Keep an eye out for custom one-off vehicles like the custom 1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova SS nicknamed “Novakill,” and Resto-Mods like the custom 1969 Ford Bronco powered by a Gen 3 Ford 5.0-liter Coyote crate engine.

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Earlier this year, Barrett-Jackson made history by surpassing the $150 million milestone in total dollars raised for charity with the sale of multiple charity vehicles. Among the charity vehicles crossing the block is a 2009 Ford Mustang Iacocca 45th Anniversary Edition benefiting Ellis Island Honors Society. 

Designed for car collectors of every level, whether you are a first-time buyer or experienced collector, the popular event is not one to be missed. For tickets or more information, visit

Kellie Speed

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