The Barrett Jackson Auction is so large that many automotive vendors have exhibits, with entire massive tents set up for them.
A company called Radical Racing of Canada build reasonably priced (for race cars) ready to race cars.
A prototype Lincoln Star.
A group known as the Future Car Collectors had a show on the grounds as well, with some very cool cars in a great setting.
Let’s take a closer look at the purple Lamborghini Diablo. Not really sure why they call it a future car collector, as this has clearly been collectable for decades.
A BMW M4
Volvo wagons aren’t normally the type of car to be tricked out, but it works.
There were some great paint jobs.
Another in the category of ‘not normally tricked out’ – a Tesla.
After checking out the Future Car Collectors show I made my way to a row of very long tents, with even more cars headed to the auction.
A customized 1935 Chrysler Airflow.
A 1930 Chevrolet Paddy Wagon.
1966 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham Custom Sedan.
Another customized classic – a 1957 Lincoln Continental Mark II. Note the size of the tent, 5 rows of cars that was about 300′ long, and there were 6 of these tents in addition to the huge completely indoor tents seen in Part 1 of the auction.