PHOENIX — The action continued at Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale auction Thursday as nearly 400 vehicles rolled across the block.
The first two charity cars of this year’s event were featured and were the highest priced cars of the day.
A custom 1981 Jeep CJ7 raised a total of $425,000 for Make-A-Wish Foundation of Arizona. Next was a custom 1968 Plymouth GTX owned by MotorTrend’s Chris Jacobs that brought in $300,000, all of which went to the C4 Foundation, a nonprofit that supports Navy Seals and their families.
Three of the late actor Paul Walker’s cars set new auction records on Thursday – most notably the 2009 Nissan 370Z used in the film “Fast Five,” which brought in $105,600, making it the highest-priced 370Z to ever sell at auction.
Click here to see the top 10 selling cars from Thursday's auction.