January will be upon us in no time. That means it time to start preparing for the auction madness of Arizona Auction Week. The massive event centers around the spectacle that is Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale auction running from January 11 to 19 at Westworld of Scottsdale and new consignments are being added every day.
Recent additions include the prototype 1966 Ford Fairlane 500 GT-X show car powered by a 427-ci side-oiler V8 and a 3-speed automatic. This Fairlane was built to introduce the new design released for the 1966 model year and was hand assembled in Ford’s prototype division before being sent to Winfield’s Road & Custom Shop. There is was finished and customized according to a specific list created by Ford before being sent back to the factory and used as a show car. The debut of the GT-X was at the 1966 Autorama Show in Detroit.
Other additions include a 1934 Ford Custom Roadster that was professionally built by Squeeg’s Kustoms of Chandler Arizona. The Roadster made it’s first appearance in 2011 and was given the title of “America’s Most Beautiful Roadster.” Underneath the original steel body finished in deep black paint is a boxed frame, Kugel independent suspension, Wilwood brakes and Aldan coilovers. Up front is a 427 Ford Windsor V8 equipped with Hilborn fuel injection.
Head over to barrett-jackson.com for the full list of available vehicles
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