Auction

Classic, Collectible and Salvage Automotive Auction Sites That Compete with Bring a Trailer

The automotive auction platform, Bring a Trailer, a popular destination for classic and collector cars, recently announced a new sales record for 2021, in both the total number of sales and in values of vehicles on the site.

Last year, the site held 21,349 auctions with 17,846 successful sales totaling $828 million—a 108 percent increase from 2020. Bring a Trailer also saw a sell rate of more than 83 percent for the year.

“With the changing times of what is considered a classic or collector car, Bring a Trailer has become more relevant than ever with our breadth of auctions and valuation trend data to back it up,” said Co-founder and President Randy Nonnenberg in a press release.

“The expansion of the BaT community, our low fees, and the ever-increasing visibility of our online listings is what has fueled such growth. Our team has done an amazing job of

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Where to watch the 2022 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale car auction on TV, livestream

The Barrett-Jackson 2022 car auction will return to Scottsdale with hundreds of collector cars and automotive memorabilia Jan. 22-30.

The first two days are preview days during which guests can appreciate all the vehicles that will soon go on the auction block. The auctions will take place Jan. 24-30 and can be viewed from home.

Highlights at this year’s auction include vehicles that used to belong to David Spade, Bret Michaels and Burt Reynolds. Cars that were used in the “Fast & Furious” franchise — and even handled by Vin Diesel — will also cross the block.

Here’s when and where to watch the 2022 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale car auction on TV and online.

Related: The 2022 Barrett-Jackson guide

Watch the Barrett-Jackson 2022 Scottsdale auctions live on TV

Here’s where the Barrett-Jackson car auctions will be broadcast. All times are MST.

Monday, Jan. 24

3-7 p.m. on FYI (Channel 119 on

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Wall Street monitors used car wholesale auction index to predict inflation

Wall Street investors are keeping an eye on used car prices, something they rarely monitored before. It’s not that they’re all suddenly in the market for a well-maintained Ford Edge; it’s because used car prices are currently one of the best indicators of whether the economy is headed towards inflation or not.

The New York Times details the close watching of the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index, a monthly analysis of wholesale used car sales. It’s operated by Cox Automotive, a massive conglomerate that owns Kelley Blue Book, Autotrader and 80 or so wholesale dealer auctions around the country. Through the approximately 5 million cars they sell a year, they’ve been able to compile a lot of data about used car trends.

Moreover, because these wholesale auctions are dealer-only, they’re a good crystal ball for what consumers will be paying for cars a couple of months down

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1931 Duesenberg Model J Roadster Speeds Onto Stage For An Auction

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This classic is like no other.

These days, as car enthusiasts, we see a lot of technological advancement compared to the classic cars of old as engines have become far more powerful, efficient, and reliable. This intense focus on always being better than the past, which American cars are well known for, can lead us to believe that now is the most incredible time for the automobile that has ever existed. However, a special few see a lot of similarities between the past and the time we live in now for our beloved vehicles. This car is for those kinds of people. Action is the name of the game for this delectable Duesenberg as it boasts a ridiculous engine.

Under the hood of this 1931 Duesenberg Model J Roadster is a gigantic 420 ci straight-eight engine that pushes out a respectable, even by

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