More than $247 million worth of cars were sold in Scottsdale.

This past weekend, a whopping 3,176 vehicles crossed the auction block at the annual Arizona auctions just outside of Scottsdale. Companies like Barrett-Jackson, Gooding & Co., RM Sotheby’s, and others were all in attendance, marking the first major auction of the year, each hoping to rake in even more cash than in 2017. 

All told more than $247 million worth of classics went home to new owners, a five percent decrease from 2017, but still an impressive number nonetheless. Every brand from Ferrari to Tucker was represented in the overall sales sheet, with just 10 examples cracking more than $1.7 million.

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