Almost a year in the making, our two week Arizona adventure was one for the record books. Now that the
Lexani is the undisputed leader in aftermarket wheels, so they brought a few dozen new designs. In addition to their display, they shipped in the same Rolls-Royce Ghost we had on display at the Orange County Auto Show, now rolling on gorgeous 24" forged beauties. Their other ride is a Mercedes-AMG GT-C that is just as mouthwatering.
Brand New Muscle Car's 1969 Yenko Camaro Continuation is an officially-licensed Yenko, correct in every detail. Ronald McDonald House Charities was also on-hand, selling raffle tickets to a new Corvette Z06 to help families in need. Celebrity Cars Las Vegas showcased an Ornata Spitfire, a modern American roadster that is built to order.
Vanderhall Motor Works' impressive three-wheelers are fast & fuel efficient, so they displayed a speedster and a roadster for comparison.
Robert Graham supplied us with snazzy apparel, and we appreciate the looks and quality of their lineup.
XPEL protective film displayed a Porsche 911 GT2 RS, courtesy of Graham Rahal, completely covered in their premium protectants. CNC Exotics took center stage with a Pagani Huayra Roadster along with a Koenigsegg Agera, & LaFerrari behind velvet ropes. Z-Clip offers the latest in RFID blocking carbon fiber wallets, and they can be custom made for you. Tire Stickers was on hand to show off their tire customization applications that turn boring tires into statements.
So now we turn our attention to the hospitality extended by the W Scottsdale hotel. For the 5th consecutive year, we threw a party that remains unrivaled in the automotive world. It was a late night on Friday, as many guests stayed with us until 2 am. Greeting guests were a selection of high-end cars from Mclaren Scottsdale and Scottsdale Ferrari.
It was all in anticipation of the Saturday night highlights. The sponsor tent was cleared as everyone tried to get a glimpse of the Shelby GT500. It was purchased by Craig Jackson, Barrett-Jackson's CEO for $1.1 Million. Not only the highest bid ever placed on a new Mustang