On September 16, 2021, Barrett-Jackson’s Houston Auction will start and hundreds of cars will start crossing the block. Bidders from around the world will be bidding either in person or online as the magnificent cars go under the hammer. As their inaugural Houston auction, this event will be attended by many, as well as viewed by collectors and enthusiasts from around the world. There’s no doubt that this will be a very exciting event! Below is just the smallest taste of what will be available at the event. To learn more about each car, click their respective buttons. If you’d like to learn more about the event itself, be sure to visit Barrett-Jackson.com.
This 2019 Ford GT is a true street-legal exclusive race car. The GT can launch to 60 mph in under 3 seconds and achieve a top speed of over 216 mph. This GT, chassis #42, boasts $74,750 in factory options.
There are few more ringing endorsements for any competition car than having been chosen by Sir Stirling Moss to satisfy his skill and competitive drive. Upgraded to R spec and then driven by Moss in vintage competition throughout the 1990s, this Shelby GT350, SFM 6S089, is the 89th of 252 early-production carryover GT350 models combining the features of Shelbys 1965 and 1966 cars.
This 1963 Corvette Split-Window Resto-Mod was completed in March 2021 by Jeff Hayes Customs. It started with a clean, original GM donor car and now features a brand-new LS3 Hot Cam engine with 540hp backed by a 4L70E automatic transmission.
This is an officially licensed and certified “Eleanor” build and comes with the Genuine Eleanor Certification paperwork, Eleanor body VIN plate and emblems issued by Gone in 60 Seconds LLC. Titled in California, this 1967 Resto-Mod coupe conversion Mustang received a complete rotisserie restoration and has only test miles.