2019 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Sale Auction Results

A 2019 McLaren Senna and a 2014 Mercedes-Benz G63 6×6 were the top non-charity lots at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2019 collector car auction.

2019 McLaren Senna VIN 005 (Lot #1405) the first Senna ever sold at public auction for $1,457,500
2019 McLaren Senna VIN 005 © Barrett-Jackson

The two highest non-charity lots results at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale collector car auction were a 2019 McLaren Senna sold for $1,457,500 and a 2014 Mercedes-Benz G63 6×6 that achieved $1,210,000. A 2012 Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition sold for a model world record $918,500.

Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2019

Barrett-Jackson scheduled its 48th Annual Scottsdale Auction of collectors cars and automobilia for January 12-20, 2019, at WestWorld of Scottsdale, Arizona.

In 2019, Barrett-Jackson sold 1817 of 1818 offered with total earnings of $126.4 million. Hagerty calculated the average price per car as $69,571. Five cars sold for over a million, including three charity lots.

In 2018, Barrett-Jackson earned according to Hagerty $112,3 million by selling 1709 of 1729 cars offered – an amazing sell-through rate of 99%. The average price per car was $65,692 with five cars selling for over a million dollar.

In 2017, Barrett-Jackson earned $102.4 million: nearly $100 million from the 1719 cars and $2.5 million for more than 1800 lots of automobilia. The sell-through rate was a very impressive 99.5%. In 2016, Barrett-Jackson grossed $105 million and offered 1,469 cars for sale while the memorable 2015 auction grossed a record $132 million from 1,617 cars offered.

Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2019 Sale

2012 Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition
2012 Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition © Barrett-Jackson

Barrett-Jackson made history at the Scottsdale 2019 sale when it sold more than 1,800 vehicles, the largest public No Reserve collector car auction ever held. In total, over 1800 vehicles sold for over $118 million with a 99.74% sell-through rate, while over 1,500 pieces of automobilia brought in over $4.05 million, and $9.6 million was raised through the sale of charity vehicles, bringing the total auction sales to more than $131.6 million.

The weeklong automotive lifestyle event also hit a new milestone with over 5,300 bidders and a record number of guests. Barrett-Jackson continued to create, define and lead the trend of modern supercars and professionally built Resto-Mods coveted by a growing number of younger buyers.

The Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction showed that supercars and professionally built Resto-Mods are in high demand. Prewar classics, which have been historic staples in the Saturday offering, were joined by modern supercars like a 2019 McLaren Senna (Lot #1405) and professionally built Resto-Mods like the 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Resto-Mod Convertible (Lot #1078) (Dawn of the Resto-Mods video). The shift is being driven by younger buyers, like singer/songwriter Ray J, who was the winning bidder of a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Resto-Mod Coupe (Lot #3004).

Top Ten Results at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2019

The top 10 vehicles, excluding charity lots, sold during the 2019 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction included:

  1. 2019 McLaren Senna (Lot #1405) – $1,457,500
  2. 2014 Mercedes-Benz G63 6X6 (Lot #1410) – $1,210,000
  3. 2012 Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition (Lot #1412) – $918,500
  4. 2005 Saleen S7 Twin Turbo (Lot #1415) – $550,000
  5. 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition – 3,092 actual miles (Lot #1313) – $533,500
  6. 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition – 288 actual miles (Lot #1376) – $495,000
  7. 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition – 77 actual miles (Lot #1406) – $462,000
  8. 1967 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback “Gone In 60 Seconds” Eleanor (Lot #1437) – $385,000 / 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split-window Resto-Mod Coupe (Lot #1333) – $385,000
  9. 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS (Lot #1409) – $363,000 / 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Custom Convertible (Lot #1371) – $363,000
  10. 2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT (Lot #1416) – $352,000

Three 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition cars made it into the top three. Somewhat ironically, given the high number of delivery hypercars at car auctions, the Ford with the higher mileage outsold the low-mileage cars.

2019 McLaren Senna

2019 McLaren Senna
Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson

The 2019 McLaren Senna sold for $1,457,500 at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2019 sale set a model record by virtue of being the first Senna offered at public auction.

The McLaren Senna sold in Scottsdale was the fifth production Senna and one of around 120 in US specification. It is finished in a striking Amethyst Black with only 281 miles on the clock. Only 500 will be built and all are already sold.

The sale also gave the seller a quick profit – the list price in the USA for a Senna is $837,000 without options. Selling quickly gave the vendor the opportunity to tap into pent up demand from buyers who couldn’t secure a new car. Other recent hypercars such as the Bugatti Chiron, Porsche 918, McLaren P1 and LaFerrari saw demand and prices dropped after the first few had hit the auction circuit.

Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Automobilia Auction 2019

Over 1,500 pieces of automobilia from two collections brought in over $4.05 million this week
Over 1,500 pieces of automobilia from two collections brought in over $4.05 million this week © Barrett-Jackson

Barrett-Jackson’s Automobilia Auction had its second most successful auction in its history, selling 1,521 items for more than $4 million. Among the most notable pieces sold was a full-size transportation-themed carousel manufactured by Wilhelm Hennecke of Germany in 1962 (Lot #9499) that sold for $506,000.

The top five Automobilia pieces that sold during the Scottsdale Auction include:

  • Full-Size Transportation-Themed Carousel (Lot #9499) – $506,000
  • 1950s Chevrolet “Chevy Boy” Neon Porcelain Dealership Sign (Lot #9490) – $58,650
  • 3/4-Scale Shelby Cobra Tribute Go-Kart (Lot #9471) – $57,500
  • 1930s-40s Husky Oil Service Station Sign (Lot #8298) – $40,250
  • 1950s Esso Aviation Products Porcelain Airport Hanger Sign With Animated Neon (Lot #9494) – $34,500

Over 1,500 pieces of automobilia from two collections brought in over $4.05 million this week

Barrett-Jackson’s next collector car auction is the Palm Beach Auction, April 11-13, 2019.

More on Scottsdale 2019 Collector Car Auctions

2017 Ford GT
© Barrett Jackson

The first major collector car auction series of the year is traditionally the Scottsdale and Phoenix auctions in Arizona, USA, in mid-January.

Most major car auctioneers have sales in Arizona including Barrett-Jackson, Bonhams, Gooding and RM Sotheby’s. A notable exception is Mecum that start the auction year a few weeks earlier at Kissimmee in Florida.

Scottsdale, Arizona, 2019 Auctions Sale Results

Scottsdale, Arizona, 2019 Auctions Sale Previews:

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