The Barrett-Jackson Auction Company produces exclusive car auctions throughout the U.S., like Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, and Nevada. This premier auto event is televised and is broadcasted in over 100 countries. On January 21st, 2018, Barrett-Jackson Auction Company held its 47th Annual Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. The auction is called The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions.
The Barrett-Jackson Auction Company has been holding premiere car auctions since 1971, where they feature one-of-a-kind collector cars, auctions rare automobile accessories, and provides everything an automotive collector would envy. The official sponsor of the January 2018 auction was The U.S. Money Reserve which is the rare earth metals multinational leader.
The U.S. Money Reserve has a very rare vehicle that it submitted – the McLaren P1 GTR. The McLaren vehicle is only one of 45 which were manufactured. This model won the 1995 Le Mans road race in just 24 hours. The McLaren has a top speed of 225mph and its odometer at the Scottsdale auction read 605 miles. Read more: US Money Reserve | LinkedIn and US Money Reserve | Twitter
For eight days, over 200,000 car enthusiasts came from all over the world to attend this great annual event. The U.S. Money Reserve agreed to host the 2018 Barrett-Jackson Auction because they can speak to world leaders about precious metals and how important it is to own gold.
Also, the Chief Numismatist of the U.S. Money Reserve compared how the McLaren P1 GTR attracts discerning audience attendees which also resembles their customer base.
Craig Jackson, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Barrett-Jackson stated that this annual event is more than just a prestigious and unique auto auction. This car collectors gathering is a celebration of the automotive culture of beauty, speed, and innovation. The Barrett-Jackson Auction features rare and celebrated vehicles, fun activities, and featured exhibits for all who are in attendance.
The U.S. Reserve is one of the world’s largest private distributors of gold, silver, platinum, and legal tender products from the U.S. and foreign governments.
They are based in Austin, Texas and was founded in 2001. The rare coins are produced at the United States Mint or at the Australian Perth Mint, both agencies are trusted names in government-issued coin manufacturing. The U.S. Money Reserve is also the chosen broker of the well-known 75th Anniversary Pearl Harbor coin series from the Australia Perth Mint.
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