Barrett-Jackson brings you the Thursday, January 16, broadcast of the 2020 Scottsdale Auction, with highlights that include the unveiling of the long-lost Shelby Prototype known as “Little Red,” two great charity sales, as well as incredible cars from the Sam Pack and Paul Walker Collections.

Original Air Date: Thursday, January 16, 2020

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  1. Please upload more full auction replays in 2021, I can watch this all day & all night. Great knowledge commentary on these eye catching rides that make me feel like I’m one step closer buying my ultimate dream car one day.

  2. Craig and Steve killing as usual. To many great cars to list but being a Ford guy I love the 32 Ford 3 window from Sam Pack. Sam has a museum/collection filled with top of the line cars. My fav being his Harr Ford 66 Shelby Cobra 427 DragonSnake CSX3198. Gus the service manager ordered the one of one 427 DragonSnake and ran it for a year or two with a stellar record. Sam bought the car at auction and brought it back to it's former glory. I love that car as my dad worked for Harr in the service dept(3 or 4 decades) as technician/tuning specialist and also a short stint as service manager. I hope if Sam ever sells it that he runs it through your great auction house

  3. That 68 Vette at the start is nice but my dream car Corvette is a 1967 stingray L88 there is no vette in my opinion better than a 67 Stingray L88 it's got beauty and power all wrapped into one

  4. When I saw my first Barrett Jackson Auction I always dreamed of winning the lottery and going there and buying a bunch of cars that I like they were cheaper then they are these days that was over 15 years ago but I still have not won the lottery yet LOL

  5. 10:15 That car just gave me a flashback to 1961. I was five years old and a high school kid up the street had one of these. He would drive down the street gunning the motor so all the other kids would notice him. The car was downright spectacular. We had never seen anything like that before.

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