Barrett-Jackson is about to take over the Northeast United States with their upcoming auction at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. The 3rd Annual Northeast Auction will take place on June 20-23, with all four days being jam-packed with exciting moments.
“We can’t thank the collector car community enough for the incredible memories we’ve shared at our first two auctions in 2018,” said Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “Fortunately, we are only just beginning. Mohegan Sun is a spectacular venue and we are thrilled to be the first event at their brand-new Expo Center. They added a second tower with 400 rooms leading into last year’s auction and their continued growth sets a tremendous stage for our 3rd Annual Northeast Auction. Even more important, highlighting the event will be the continuation of our yearlong Driven Hearts charity campaign that has already helped raise over $530,000 in 2018 for the American Heart Association, thanks to the incredible generosity and support of the collector car community.”
The first day of the event, Wednesday, June 20, is the Family Value Day / Preview Day. On this day, consignors and bidders can check out all of the metal that’s heading to auction, as well as the automobilia items. This is also a great day for fans and family to waltz around the cars before they make their way to the auction block. Thursday is when the bidding starts and the money starts flowing. If you can’t make it out to the event, there will be live coverage on Velocity and Discovery Channel. The event will end on Sunday, with results coming out shortly after that.
While we wait for the event to start, scroll below for a distinctive collection of cars that will be auctioned off at Barrett-Jackson’s Northeast 2018 event. To register to bid, view full event schedule and get ticketing information, visit Barrett-Jackson.com.
The Northeast Auction will feature the charity sale of the last 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and 2017 Dodge Viper, which will be auctioned together on Saturday, June 23, with 100 percent of the sale price to benefit the United Way on behalf of the Dodge brand. In addition, a 10 percent buyer’s premium will be added to support Barrett-Jackson’s yearlong campaign to benefit the American Heart Association.