SCOTTSDALE, AZ — Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald will temporarily swap the football for the gavel at Barrett-Jackson's car auction in Scottsdale next weekend.
Fitzgerald will have three cars hit the auction block on Saturday, Jan. 19, according to Barrett-Jackson's website. The event itself begins on Saturday, Jan. 12 and runs through Jan. 20.
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Among the 1,800 vehicles scheduled to hit the block, Fitzgerald's lot includes a 1968 Chevrolet Custom Coupe, a 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda Custom Coupe, and a 1968 Dodge Charger Custom Coupe.
All three are no-reserve, which means there is no minimum price the auction needs to hit before they will be sold.
The 1968 Chevrolet Custom Coup features an orange exterior with a double-white stripe on the hood, a 620 horsepower LSX 454ci crate engine, staggered 18" and 20" Foose wheels, and a horseshoe-shaped shifter.
Beneath the hood of Fitzgerald's red 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda Custom Coupe is a 440ci Six Barrel engine with MSD ignition, according to its description. It has a coilover suspension and 18” and 20” wheels, the description states.
The 1968 Dodge Charger Custom Coupe has a black exterior and interior both with red accents, including a red steering wheel and a "Gen III HEMI crate engine with a pair of turbos, backed by a 4L80E Hughes automatic transmission."
What we do not know yet is if Fitzgerald will be at Barrett-Jackson to help auction his vehicles.
The auction "preview" days are Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 12 & 13 at WestWorld of Scottsdale, near the Loop 101, north of Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. Admission varies by day and increases as the auction progresses.
Saturday, Jan. 12, is "Family Value Day." From 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., children 12 and younger will receive free admission with a paid adult ticket.